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CATALOGUE 

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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 

AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 3: 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

VOLUME INDEX 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 3 

Nos. 1-52 

JANUARY-DECEMBER, 1908 



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1908 



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CATALOGUE 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 3: 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 
INDEX 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by authors (composers) or titles. Information con- 
tained in the title is not repeated in the collation. Piano music is understood 
to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Songs are understood to be with 
pf. ace. unless otherwise stated. Titles reading " Words by," "Music by " are 
to be understood as songs. 

The index at the end of the Catalogue contains title references to all composi- 
tions entered under the authors in the Catalogue and author references to 
all compositions entered under the titles in the Catalogue. 

The following abbreviations are used: pts., parts; sc, score; voc. sc, vocal 
score ; pf. sc, pianoforte score ; arr., arranged, arrangement ; ace, accompani- 
ment ; coll., collection ; v., violin ; va., viola ; vc, violoncello ; pf., pianoforte ; 
orch., orchestra; org., organ; guit., guitar; mand., mandolin. 



The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week. As the weekly Issue of Part 3 
would necessitate a possible search through 52 alphabets In each year in order to 
locate the title of any given musical composition, it has been suggested to avoid this 
inconvenience that the alphabet for Part 3 (musical compositions) be made to include 
all the titles entered during each month, instead of each week, so that a search for 
any musical work deposited for copyright during the year would require an examina- 
tion of only 12 indexes instead of 52 as formerly. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Every entry in the 
Catalogue implies the deposit of copies, the title of no musical work being included 
in the Catalogue unless copies are on file, but if the copies have been received on the 
same date as the day of entry the statement of the receipt of copies on that date is 
not repeated but is understood. 

The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read " Copyright by Theodore 
Lohr, New York, N. Y. Class C, XXc, no. 169440, Dec. 13, 1907 ; 2 copies received 
Dec. 13, 1907." 



A beivele der mame ; words and music i 
by Solomon Smulewitz, arr. by Jack j 
Kamenetzky. [1 

Theodore Lohr, New York, N. Y. 
C 169440, Dec. 13, 1907. 

A la Hongeoise; by Ernst Gillet. : 
Metrostyle 75101. [2 | 

Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
167050, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 15, 
1907. 

Abend im Thal; [words by] Martin 

Greif, Eng. version [and music by] 

E. Whyte, op. 27, no. 3. [3 

McKechnie music co., Ottawa, 

Canada. C 167738, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Abendlied; fur eine mittlere sing- 
stimme mit begleitung des pianforte, 
von Franz Bothe, op. 9. (Zwei lieder 
no. 2) [4 

Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 
C 166109, Nov. 2, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 2, 
1907. 

Abendstimmung ; gedicht von Ma- 
thilde Gnifin Stubenberg, fur vier- ( 
stimmigen mannerchor, von Josef 
Reiter, op. 79. Partitur. 8vo. [5 
Gebruder Hug & co., Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 16S064, Nov. 29, 1907. 



Aeorvitae; by Mrs. J. H. Thompson. 
Song. [6 

Mrs. J. H. Thompson, Erie, Pa. 
C 166930, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Above in her chamber; song for so- 
prano or tenor, piano and violin ace. 
by Julius Eichberg, words by Celia 
Thaxter. [7 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 6, 1907. C 168577, Dec. 4, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1907. 

Abraham Lincoln's dream; by S. J. 

Eduard. Song. [8 

S. J. Eduard, Argenta, Ark. C 
166963, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Absent, but not forgotten ; [by] 
Marie Greer MacDonald. pf. [9 
M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. 
C 162695, Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
18, 1907. 
Abt (Franz) Two Rosebuds: part- 
song for male voices, arr. by W. 
Rhys-Herbert, [words by] E. H. 
Federlein. (Fischer's octavo edi- 
tion ... no. 3073) [10 
J. Fischer & bro., New York, 
N. Y. C 167547, Nov. 20, 1907. 

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Abu Kaabs heimkehr, und tanz der 
Almeh's; aus der oper. Der Sankt 
Katarinentag in Palermo, you Wil- 
helin Freudenberg. no. 1 [Orches- 
ter] partitur. 2, [Orchester stim- 
men]. [11 

W. Freudenberg, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 167610, 167611, Nov. 21, 
1907; 2 c. each, Nov. 22, 1907. 

Across the continent in the sta- 
tionary express ; an unique oper- 
atic novelty in one act, bpok & 
lyrics by Charles Noel Douglas, 
music by Karl L. Hoschna. [vocal 
score]. 8vo. [12 

H. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168859, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Across the wave; [words by] W. A. 

Sharp, [music by] F. N. Sharp. [13 

W. A. Seward Sharp, Kansas 

City, Kans. C 167706, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Adonis : poeine symphonique en 3 par- 
ties, par Theodore Dubois. Parti- 
tion d'orchestre. [14 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
167357, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Adorables tourments; valse Tzigane 
par Richard Bartheleme et Enrico 
Caruso, no. 1, piano; no. 2, piano 
[et chant] paroles de Roland 
Gael. [15 

L. Digoude-Diodet, Paris, France. 
C 108449, 168450, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Adoration; sacred song, poem by 

Frances Ridley Havergal, music by 

Frances All it sen. [16 

Boosey & co., New York, N. Y. 

C 167447, Nov. 19, 1907. 

Adoro te devote; hymn for mixed 
chorus and boys choir with organ 
or harmonium ace, [by] Albino 
Gorno, op. 30. 8vo. [17 

W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 166785, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Adrienne waltzes, by Edna B. Dan- 
forth. pf. [18 

Edna B. Danforth, Denver. Colo. 
C 167661, Nov. 22, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
12, 1907. 

Adventssang; [song by] R. Lager- 
strom. [19 

Kyrkosangen pub. co., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. C 166796, Nov. 11, 
1907. 
Aftensange (Evening songs) ; for en 
stemme med piano, af Th. Otter- 
strom. Kopenhagen, Peder Friis. 

[20 
Th. Otterstrom, Chicago, 111. C 
165999, Nov. 1, 1907. 



Vftek the honey-moon ; words by 
Burton Frazier, music by F. E. Day. 

[21 
A. R. White, Chicago, 111. C 
167294, Nov. 16, 1907. 

J Again to kiss good-bye; waltz, intro. 
As the golden gun is sinking in the 
west, a it. by E. J. Sinclair. 8vo. 
orch. [22 

H. N. White, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
167991, Nov. 29, 1907. 
Ah ! le joli jeu : mazurka sur les 
motifs de la chanson, par Christine 
pour piano. [23 

Christine. Paris. France. C 168225, 
Nov. 30, 1907. 

paroles de Eug. Christien et A. 

Foucher, musique de H. Christine, 
chant et piano. Chansons no. 1. 

Christine, Paris, France. C 
168226, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Ah, let me dream ; [words by] Zora 
Bartow, set to music by Arthur Mel- 
vin Taylor, no. 3, alto or bass in D, 
revised edition. [24 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 
167942, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Ahn Carse (A. von) Cradle song; 

for violin with piano ace. (Easy 

pieces no. 5) [25 

Augener limited, London, England. 

C 167861, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Aida ; opera by G. Verdi. Fantaisie for 
violin with piano ace. by J. B. Singe- 
lee, op. 127. [26 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167087, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 14, 
1907. 

Air (The) ship line; by J. H. Judd. 
song. [27 

J. H. Judd, Hartford, Conn. C 
166915, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Albert (Eugen d') Wiegenlied (Cra- 
dle-song) op. 25. no. 2; [text von] 

D. v. Lilliencron, [English version] 

E. M. Lookwood (autographen-album 
in liedern moderner meister. . . no. 
1). obi. 8vo. [28 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 

C 168035, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Alcock (W. G.) Impromptu in G. 

(Organ library no. 8, edited by Sir 

Charles Stanford) [29 

Stainer & Bell, London, England. 
C 168350, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
22, 1907. 
All girls are good looking ; words by 
Louis Moskowitz, music by Madden 
music co. [30 

L. Moskowitz, New York, N. Y. 
C 167096, Nov. 13, 1907. 



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ik>& 1 5, Jan., 190S 



All. MV HEART HNS NIGHT REJOICES; 

short anthem for Christmas, for alto 
solo with chorus of mixed voices and 
organ ace. by Patty Stair, English 
version by C. Winkworth. (G. 
Schirmer's . . . octavo church music 
no. 502$) [31 

G. Sch inner. New York, N. Y. 
C 1673&y, Nov. IS. 11)07. 

All SHE GETS FROM THE ICEMAN IS 

ice; words by Arthur J. Lamb. 

music by Alfred Solman. [32 

Jos. W. Stern & co.. New York, 

N. Y. C 105710, Oct. 28, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 11, 1907. 

All the girls look good to me ; [by] 

Harry O. Sutton, vocal orch. 932, 

key of E flat. Svo. [33 

M. Witmark & sous. New York, 

N. Y. C 107429, Nov. IS, 1907. 

■ Words by Jean Lenox, music by 

Harry O. Sutton. 

H. Witmark & sons, New York. 
N. Y. C 15499S, June 19, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 2, 1907. 
Alla Sptephu Heller ; feuillet d' 
album by I. Philipp [for piano] 

[34 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 1GS701, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Allan Water : arr. as a four-part 

song for men's voices, by H. Elliot 

Button. (The Orpheus, new series, 

no. 430). Svo. [35 

Novello & co.. limited, London, 

England. C 107300, Nov. 18, 1907. 

arr. as a four-part song [mixed 

voices] by H. Elliot Button. (No- 
vello's part-song book, second series, 
no. 1037). Svo! 

Novello & co., limited. London, 
England. C 107300, Nov. 18, 1907. 
Allen (Paul Hastings) Ballata ; 
per pianoforte ; 1 in Sol bemolle ; 2, 
in La. ' [30 

P. H. Allen. Boston, Mass. C 
103933, 103934, Oct. S, 1907. 

■ Preludio e fuga ; per pianoforte. 

[37 
P. H. Allen, Bostou. Mass. C 
103928, Oct. 8, 1907. 
Trio in La : per violino, violon- 
cello e pianoforte. [38 
P. H. Allen, Boston, Mass. C 
104408, Oct. 14, 1907. 

■ 25 composizioni [for piano]. No. 

0, Nocturne in F : No. 7, Liberta ; No. 
11, Con intimo dolore; No. 8, A love 
song. [39 

P. H. Allen, Boston, Mass. C 
103029-103932, Oct. S, 1907. 



Allen (Paul Hastings) — Continued. 

25 composizioni [ for piano |. No. 

;). Fantasia 'e fuga; No. 21, in me- 
morium; No. 21, Lament of Indian 
women; No. 23, Du bist wie eine 
blume. 

P. H. Allen, Boston, Mass. C 
103935, 103937, 103939, 103940, Oct. 8, 
1907. 

No. 14, Andantino ; No. 12, 



Yivacissimo; No. 3, Concert prelude 
in B flat min. ; No. 10, Scherzando e 
piangendo; No. 1, Sonata in Sol. 

P. H. Allen, Boston. Mass. C 
10394S-1 03952, Oct. S, 1907. 

No. 15, Andante; No. 17, 

Nocturne in D ; No. 2, Speranza nel 
dolore ; No. 4, Melodia ; No. 5, 
Scherzo in Si minore. 

P. H. Allen, Boston, Mass. C 
103923-103927, Oct. S. 1907. 



No. 



The night has a 



thousand eyes ; No. 18, Romanza in 
Re, per violino e piauoforte; No. 20, 
violoncello e piano ; No. 19, Teu- 
felsgeigen, violino in mi ; No. 25, 
Amen, a voci a cappella. 

P. H. Allen, Boston, Mass. C 
103942, 103944, 103945-103947, Oct. 
8, 1907. 

Allerseelen ; maunerchor von Edgar 
Hansen, op. 40, gedicht von H. von 
Gilm. Svo. [40 

Gebriider Hug & co., Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 105841, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Allum (Charles E.) Marriage serv- 
ice ; for quartet and chorus of mixed 
voices, with tenor solo aud organ 
ace. (G. Schirmer's coll. of octavo 
church music no. 4948. ) [41 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
1G433S, Oct. 11, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 10, 
1907. 

Alma Mater; words by J. E. Rankin, 
music by Theodore Henckels. [42 
T. Henckels, Middlebury, Yt. C 
108913, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Alpha (The) march; by Harry C 
Theis. pf. [43 

H. C Theis, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
1GSS97, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Altdeutsches liebeslied; fur maen- 

nerchor von Gustav Wohlgemuth, 

op. 37&. 8vo. [44 

Liszt pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

C 10S434, Dec. 2, 1907. 



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Alte (Das) bergmannslied (The old 
miner's song) ; flir eine singstimme, 
hoch, und klavier von Kurt Schind- 
ler, op. 8, nacli texten zeitgenos- 
sicher dichter von Chr. Morgenstein. 
(Drei li'eder no. 2.) [45 

G. Schirnier, New York, N. Y. C 
166697, Nov. 9, 1907. 

Altmacedonische (Der) rue ; The old 
Macedonian call; [words & music 
by] Harry Marschner, tr. [by] Wm. 
Appel. [46 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169034, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Am abend; phantasie fur klavier und 
violine, von Max Schillings. [47 

C. A. Challier & co., Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 16S429, Dec. 2, 1907, 

Am berge des herrn; The mount of 
the Lord; [words by] Harry 
Marschner, tr. from German [by] 
W. Kuhn, music by John A. Jseger. 

[48 
H. Marschner. United States. C 
169032, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Amaryllis; air Louis XIII, [by] 

Henri Ghys, arr. by Harry Prendi- 

ville. 4to, orch. [49 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 

168159, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Ame (L') des fleurs; valse chantee 
par G. Sgallari, piano solo. Milano, 
Carisch & Jiinichen. [50 



G. Sgallari, Bologna, 
167913, Nov. 27, 1907. 



Italy. 



American medley march ; by S. 

Seiler. pf. [55 

S. Seiler, Los Angeles, Cal. C 
168632, Dec. 5, 1907. 

1 American (The) millionaire; march 
and two step, [by] Nick Brown, arr. 
by Mackie-Beyer. 8vo. orch. [56 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 168745, Dec. 6, 1907. 

American parade; marche caracter- 
istique par Louis Fremaux, op. 29, 
[pour orchestre] piano ace. J. 
Mekams, Bruxelles. 8vo. [57 

Louis Fremaux, Bruxelles, Bel- 
gium. C 166318, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Amitie-marche ; par P. Codini, or- 

chestree par J. Taillefer, piano con- 

ducteur. [5S 

Janin freres, Lyon, France. C 

166306, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Amon (Philip L.) Christmas hymn; 
words by J. H. Martin. [59 

Pastores; hvnm for Christmas. 

[60 

Regina Cceli ; [mixed voices and 

organ]. [61 

P. L. Amon, Jersey City, N. J. C 
167500, 167501, 167503, Nov. 20, 
1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 18, 1907. 

O salutaris ; [mixed voices & or- 
gan]. [62 

P. L. Amon, Jersey City, N. J. C 
16749S, Nov. 20, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 18, 
1907. 

Tantum ergo; [solo and chorus, 

mixed voices and organ]. [63 

P. L. Amon, Jersey City, N. J. C 
167502, Nov. 20, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 18, 
1907. 

Vidi aquam ; [mixed, voices & or- 
gan]. [64 
P. L. Amon, Jersey City, N. J. C 
167499, Nov. 20, 1907; 2 c. Nov. IS, 
1907. 

Amour (L') oyseau ; fabliau, poesie 

de Ronsard, musique de C. Saint- 

Saens. [65 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 

168200, Nov. 30, 1907. 



Ame reveuse ; romance sans paroles ; 
par Paul Wachs. [51 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 168565, Dec. 4, 1907. 

America; two step, intro. How can I 
leave thee; and Tenting on the old 
camp ground; [by] Frank Holliday. 
pf. [52 

Academic music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169300, Dec. 11, 1907. 

American (An) ; Bohemian inter- 
mezzo by William F. Kretschmer, 
op. 218 [for orchestra]. 8vo. [53 

G. H. Schuster, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. C 167987, Nov. 29, 1907. 

American hymn, Nearer my God to I Anbetung darzubringen. All honor to 



Thee ; fantasia by Gustav Saenger, 
op. 80, no. 1, for piano, 3 mandolins 
and guitar. [54 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
168609, Dec. 4, 1907. 



Jesus; [words & music by] Harry 
Marschner, tr. [by] C. A. Daniel. 

[66 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169042, Dec. 9, 1907. 



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dos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Ancestral (The) tomb (Die Viiter- 
gruft) ; translated from the German 
of Uhland, by Paul Bliss, [music by] 
Peter Cornelius, op. 19. 8 vo. [G7 
W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 1667S3, Nov. 11, 1907. 

And God shall wipe away all tears ; 
baritone or contralto solo, words 
from Revelation of St. John, com- 
posed by Chas. E. Kingsbury. [68 
Geo. Molineux, New York. N. Y. C 
16S277. Nov. 30, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 
1907. 

And he blames my dreamy eyes; 

words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by 

Albert Gumble. [69 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 168214, Nov. 30, 1907. 

And one cried unto another ; quartet 
[mixed voices] by J. W. Lerman. 
(Molineux' coll. of anthems no. 
1236). [70 

Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 16S262, Nov. 30, 1907. 

And the chimes played, In the sweet 

bye-and-bye ; words and music by 

Joseph H. McKoan. [71 

J. Fischer & bro.. New York, N. Y. 

C 169398, Dec. 12, 1907. 

And the finish was; arr. by Carl 
F. Williams. 8 vo. orch. [72 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 167541, Nov. 20, 1907. 

And the finish was — she did; words 

and music by George Arthurs. [73 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169079, Nov. 30, 1907 ; 2 c. 

Dec. 6. 1907. 

And the lovers lingered longer; a 
cycle song, written and composed by 
Fred. Murray, Harry Leighton and 
Chas. Hibury. [74 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, 
England. C 168529, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Asd there were Shepherds ; Christ- 
mas anthem; [by] F. W. Wegenast. 
8 vo. [75 

Whaley, Royce & co., ltd., Toronto, 
Ontario. C 167431, Nov. 19, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 18, 1907. 

Angel (The) bright; song with organ 
obligato ad lib ; words by Clifton 
Bingham, music by Isidore De Salla. 
no. 1, in B flat ; no. 2, in D flat. 

[76 
J. B. Cramer & co., London, Eng- 
land. C 168457, 168458, Dec. 2, 1907. 



| Angel of hope; grand galop caprice, 
compiled by W. S. Durand. pf. 

[77 
W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. 
C 167149, Nov. 14, 1907. 

Angel of love; valse celestial, com- 
piled by W. S. Durand, op. 80. pf. 

[78 
W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. 
C 167146, Nov. 14, 1907. 

Angelic (The) husband; [by]. Ash- 
ton Oakley [male voices]. (Apollo 
leaflets no. 291). 8 vo. [79 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 
England. C 168451, Dec. 2; 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 6, 1907. 

Angels bring my mother back to me ; 

words and music by Frank E. 

Graeff. [80 

Welch & Wilsky, Philadelphia, 

Pa. C 167026, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Angel's (The) dream; fantasia, com- 
piled by W. S. Durand. pf. [81 
W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. 
C 167150, Nov. 14, 1907. 

Angels ever watch o'er thee ; noc- 
turne, compiled by W. S. Durand. 
pf. [82 

W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. C 
167147, Nov. 14, 1907. 

Angels from the realms of glory; 
Christmas anthem for soli and 
chorus, words by J. Montgomery, 
music by Samuel A. Baldwin. 
(Church music review no. 79). 
8vo. [83 

H. W. Gray co., New York, N. Y. 
C 167638, Nov. 21, 1907. 

hymn anthem for Christmas, with 

piano or organ ace, words by 
James Montgomery, no. 1, three- 
part chorus for women's voices. 
Svo. no. 2, soprano or tenor in D 
flat, with violin ad lib. [84 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 
C 168736, 168737, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. 
each Dec. 7, 1907. 

Angel's (The) lullaby; compiled by 
W. Si Durand, op. 110. pf. [85 

W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. 
C 167151, Nov. 14, 1907. 

Angels march triumphal; com- 
piled by W. S. Durand, op. 109. 
pf. [86 

W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. 
C 167145, Nov. 14, 1907. 



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Angel's serenade (Reve d'un ange) ; 
transcription [by] G. Ludovic, arr. 
by Geo. F. Michaelis, two pianos 
4 hands. [87 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 
169525, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Angels' (The) song; or, Wondrous 
words, Christmas song, [words by] 
John M. Morse, [music by] A. F. 
Loud. [88 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167462, Nov. 19, 1907. 

Angel's (The) sweet song; com- 
piled by W. S. Durand. pf. [89 
W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. 
C 167148, Nov. 14, 1907. 

Angels (The) took my nellie home; 
words by B. C. Post, music by Ray- 
mond Ray. [90 
B. C. Post, Meriden, Conn. 
C 161558, Sept. 6, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

Anna marie; words by Sir Walter 
Scott, music bv Adolph Locher. 

[91 

William Maxwell music co., New 

York, N. Y. C 169162, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Annie Laurie ; arr. as a four-part song 
for men's voices, by H. Elliot Button. 
(The Orpheus, new series, no. 43S.) 
8vo. [92 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167362, Nov. 18, 1907. 

-arr. as a four-part song [mixed 

voices] by H. Elliot Button. (No- 
vello's part-song book no. 1039.) 
8vo. 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167367, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Annie Laurie march ; [by] Marie 

Greer MacDonald. pf. [93 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. C 

162696, Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 18, 

1907. 

Anthology of Czernv piano-studies ; 
One hundred short studies from op. 
66, 139, 261, 300 etc., edited and 
fingered by Louis Oesterle. (G. 
Schirmer's coll. of master-studies 
. . . ). vol. 1 & 2, forty-five studies 
. . . from op. 299, 336, etc. [94 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
168995, 168996, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Anvil chorus; from II trovatore by 

Verdi, [arr. by] W. F. Ambrosio for 

piano, 3 mandolins and guitar. [95 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

168607, Dec. 4, 1907. 



Arabelle; [song] by B. S. Nicholson. 

[96 
B. S. Nicholson, Ohio Pyle, Pa. C 
168798, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Arbor day; [words and music by] 
Edna G. Young. [97 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169189, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Arensky (Anton) Romance in A flat, 
op. 5 no. 3; for the pianoforte, 
edited by Carlo Albanesi. Ricordi 
edition no 112031. [98 

G. Ricordi & co., Milano, Italy. C 
168020, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Ariane; symphouie-cantate, poesie de 
Ch. Barthelemy, musique de Alex- 
andre Guilmant, op. 53. Morceaux 
detaches, no. 4, Stances de l'Amour, 
tenor et piano; no. 5, Choeur des 
songes, 2 sopranos, alto et piano et 
harmo. ; no. 7, Duo entre l'Amour et 
Ariane, sop. & tenor. Paris, A. 
Durand & fils. [99 

Alex. Guilmant, Mendon, France. 
C 167335-167337, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Arizona; words by Whitford Watson, 

music by Gus Edwards. [100 

G. Edwards music pub. co., New 

York, N. Y. C 167116, Nov. 14, 

1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 29, 1907. 

Arne (Thomas Augustine) Trio- 
sonata in E minor ; for two violins, 
violoncello (ad lib.) and pianoforte, 
edited by Alfred Moffat. (Old Eng- 
lish violin music no. 6). [101 
Novello & co., limited, London, 
England. C 165937, Oct. 31, 1907. 

Art (The) of vocalization; a series 
of graded vocal studies ... se- 
lected . . . and edited by Eduardo 
Marzo. Book 2, 36 vocalises, bass. 
Svo. [102 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 168154, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Book 3, 24 vocalises, bass. 

Svo. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 16S148, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Artist's life; waltz by Joh. Strauss, 

op. 316, arr. by Louis Tocaben for 

piano, 3 mandolins and guitar. [103 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

168606, Dec. 4, 1907. 

AS I WALKED ALONG THE RIVER ; [SOUg] 

by Frank Palazuski. [104 

F. Palazuski, United States. C 
157597, July 22, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



I 5, Jan.. 190S 



As we march along ; choral march, 
words and music by Granville 
Humphreys. (The church choralist, 
no. 41S). Svo. [105 

J. Curwen & sons. ltd.. London. 
England. C 168453, Dec. 2, 1907; 2 
c. Dec. 6, 1907. 

Ashford (E, L.) Impromptu; [for 
organ]. [106 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
16S5!»3. Dec. 4, 1907. 

Moderate; [for organ]. [107 

Lorenz pub. eo., Dayton, Ohio. C 
16J3591, Dec. 4, 1907. * 

— - Postlude in G; [for organ]. [108 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
168690, Dec. 4, 1907. 

At evening; by Benjamin Whelpley, 

op. 11. (Five pieces for the piano 

no. 4). [109 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 

107948, Nov. 27, 1907. 

At eventide; by S. N. Walton. Svo. 

orch. [110 

M; Witniark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 16S132, Nov. 16, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 15, 1907. 

At primrose time ; [by] H. L. Cramin, 
op. 10, no. 2. pf. [Ill 

AY. B. Hasev, W. Soinerville, Mass. 
C 166792, Nov. 11, 1907. 

At the village church with Nell; 

[by] Fraucklyn Wallace, song. [112 

F. Wallace, Newark, N. J. C 

167309, Nov. IS, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 2, 

1907. 

Au itl de l'eau ; valse lente par The- 

rese Wittmau pour piano. [113 

Emile Lednc, P. Bertrand & cie., 

Paris, France. C 166186, Nov. 2, 

1907. 

Au temps des nymphes ; pizzicato 
pour piano par Charles Ouvillier. 

[114 
Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
168232, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Albert (Louis) Deux pieces, en 

forme de mazurka ; pour le piano, 

no. 1; no. 2. [115 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 

C 167221, 167222, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Serenade ; poesie de Helene Va- 

garesco. No. 1 ton original, so- 
prano or tenor; no. 2 transposition, 
mezzo soprano on baryton. [116 

A Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 
167223, J 67224, Nov. 16, 1907. 



Auf dem Balkon am meer (Pa ve- 
ra ndan vid hafvet) ; fiir eine sing- 
stinnne mit pianoforte-begleitung, 
VOn Joan Sibelius, op. 38, no. 2, fiir 
nitttlere stimme, text schwedisch u. 
deutsch, revidiert von Fr. H. Schnei- 
der. [117 
Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 167576, Nov. 21, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 22, 1907. 

Auf die Auen. By the waters in the 
meadows; [words & music by] 
Harry Marschner, tr. from German 
[by] Win. Appel. [118 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169046, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Auferstehung ; vier bilder a us dem 
leben Katjuschas nach dem Roman 
Leo Stolstoi's von Cesare Hanau ; 
Deutsch von Alfred Briiggemann, 
musik von Franco Alfano, Klavier- 
ausgug von Carlo Carigani. Svo. 

[119' 
G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. 
C 165S9S, Oct. 30, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 31, 
1907. 

Auld lang syne ; (concert paraphrase) 

[by] Edward Hoffman, ed. and ting. 

by M. Greenwald. pf. [120 

Century music pub. co., New York, 

N. Y. C 167802, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Aus dem lakt (Out of time) ; [text 
von] G. Falke [English version] 
John Bernhoff, [musik von] Max 
Schillings, op. 19, no. 1. (Auto- 
graphen-album in liedern moderner 
meister . . . no. 10.) obi. Svo. [121 
Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 

- C 168044, Nov. 29, 1907. 

AUS MEINEN THRANEN SPRIESSEN ; 

[words by] Heine, Eng. version [and 
music by] E. Whvte, op. 28, no. 1. 

[122- 
McKechnie music co., Ottawa, 
Canada. C 167739, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Aussatzigen heilung. The Healing 
of the leper; [words & music by] 
Harry Marschner, tr. from German 
[by] C. A. Daniel. [123 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169013, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Autumn days ; [words by] S. K. Best, 
[music by] Howard E. Smith. [124 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166847, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Autumn (An) reverie; waltz, by Wal- 
ter Rolfe. pf. [125 
W. Rolfe music co., Rumford 
Falls, Me. C 169421, Dec. 13, 1907. 



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AnuM.\ song xo. 2 : [words] trans- 
lated from Paul Yerlaiue by Wilbur 
Underwood, music by Reccardo Luc- 
chesi. [126 

C. W. Thompson & eo.. Boston. 
Mass. C 166765, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Autumn within ; a song, words by H. 

TV. Longfellow, set to music by S. C. 

Colburn, in E. [127 

G. Schiriner. jr.. Boston. Mass. 

C 167952. Nov. 27, 1907. 

Aux Italiens : musical recitation with 
lesson talk, poem by Owen Meredith, 
music by Guiseppe Verdi, words and 
music arr. by Charles Roberts. [128 
Edgar S. Werner. Xew York. X. Y. 
C 16 S 720. Dec. 6. 1907 : 2 c. Dec, 14. 
1907. 

Ave Regina coelorum : anthem of Our 
Lady, from Candlemas to Easter by 
Samuel Gregory Ould. (Cantiones 
sacrae no. 45.) Svo. [129 

Xovello & co., ltd., London. Eng- 
land. C 167746, Xov. 25, 1907. 

Avonley march : by W. Lane Frost, 
for piano or organ [130 

Theo. Presser. Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167399. Xov. IS. 1907 : 2 c. Xov. 20. 
1907. 

Awakening (The) song, words by Ar- 
thur Percival, music by Harold Fra- 
ser Simson. [131 

Boosev & co.. Xew York. X. Y. C 
16S024. Xov. 25. 1907. 

Away and away: [words by] Ada 
Blenkhorn. [music bv] Thoro Har- 
ris. [132 
Meyer & brother. Chicago. 111. C 
364, Xov. 11. 1907. 

Away to Molly. O ! words by John H. 
Farrell. music bv Madden music co. 

[133 
J. H. Farrell, Wilkes-Barre. Pa. 
C 167102. Xov. 13. 1907. 

Babbling brook (Bachesrauschen , i : 
[by] J. Paul Munkelt. op. 27. pf. 

[134 
J. H. Schroeder. Xew York. X. Y. 
C 167475, Xov. 19. 1907. 

P.abette : lyric by Will F. Griffin, mu- 
sic by Wilbur Hascall. [135 

Fraternitv pub. co.. Boston. Mass. 
C 168714. Dec. 4. 1907 : 2 c. Xov. 26. 
1907. 



Bach < Johaxx Sebastian) The Pas- 
sion, according to St. Matthew; the 
piano parts arr. by Julius Stern and 
Robert Franz, the text translated 
and adapted by John S. Dwight. 
[Vocal score]. Svo. [136 

Oliver Ditson co.. Boston. Mass. 
A 193 S00. Dec. 7. 1 

Piano compositions : edited by 

Ebenezer Prout. Volume 1, shorter 
compositions. (The musicians li- 
brary i . [137 
Oliver Ditson co.. Boston. Mass. 
C 167061, Xov. 13, 1907. 

Back where I was born : words by 

Princess Clark-Long, music by X. K. 

Griggs, arr. by X. K. G. [138 

X. K. Grisrgs. Lincoln. Xebr. C 

167316, Xov. IS, 1907. 

Backhaus (Ed. i Cantabile : for the 

pianoforte. (Musical sonnets no. 6.) 

4to. [139 

Vincent music co.. ltd.. London, 

England. C 1641SS, Oct. 9, 1907. 

Bading (Heixrich) Andante con 
moto ; fur clarinette in B und piano- 
forte, op. 15. [140 
Johann Andre. Offenbach a. Main. 
Germany. C 165391, Oct. 24, 1907. 

caprice: fur clarinette in B und 

pianoforte, op. 14. [141 

Johann Andre. Offenbach a. Main, 
Germany. C 165390, Oct. 24, 1907. 

Balakirew (Mm) Impromptu; sur 
des themes de deux preludes de Fr. 
Chopin, pour le piano, revidiert von 
Wilh. Dugge. [142 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. Leipzig, 
Germany. C 164777, Oct. 17, 1907; 
2 c. Oct. 16. 1907. 

— — Ouverture : sur un theme de 

marche espagnole partition d"orches- 

tre. Svo. [143 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. Leipzig, 

Germany. C 16S06S, Xov. 29, 1907. 

reduction pour le piano a 4 

mains par S. Liapounow, revidiert 
von Wilh. Dugge. 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. Leipzig, 
Germany. C 16477S. Oct. 17. 1907; 
2 c. Oct. 16, 1907. 

Ballad of the mermaid (Lied der 
wasserfee) : poem from Heine's 
Homeward bound, trans, by Emma 
Lazarus, [music by] William G. 
Hammond. Medium voice. [144 

John Church co.. Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 16S579, Dec. 4, 1907. 



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t-5, Jan.. 



o etchings: caprice, [by] G. L. 
Lansing, banjo solo. [145 

The Vega co, Boston. Mat 
168186, Nov. 29, 1 

Barnahogtiden. [song by] Emil Lar- 
son. [14G 
The Encberg-Holmberg pub. co., 
Chicago, 111. C 1665S3, Nov. 6, 

1!" 

Barnet i krubean ; [by] Einil Larson, 
song. [147 

Engberg-Holmbers: pub. co.. Chi- 
cago. 111. C 166586, Nov. 6, 1907. 

Barnett (John Francis) Nocturne 

in G flat no. 2 : for the pianoforte. 

112010. [14S 

G. Rieordi & c. Milano, Italy. 

C 16657S, Nov. 7, 1907. 

Bartered (The) bride march; arr. 
bv W. Lewis, for orchestra. S vo. 

[149 
Carl Fischer, New York. N. Y. 
C 168317, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Barth (Richard) Sonate H. moll; 
for piauoforte unci violine, op. 20. 

[150 
N. Simrock g. m. b. h., Berlin. 
Germany. C 164761, Oct. 17, 1907: 
2 c. Oct. 16. 1907. 

Baruch (Friedemann) Leichtes kla- 
vier-quarrett. op. 32 B, fur 2 vio- 
linen, violoncello und piano. [151 
Johann Andre. Offenbach am 
Main. Germany. C 1653S3, Oct. 24. 
1907. 

Bathing : words by Felix F. Feist, 

music by Joel Coriu. [152 

Leo Feist. New York. N. Y. C 
167883, Nov. 26. 1G07. 

Battle i The i of Manila eay : words 
by Henry Summers, music by John 
Martin. * [153 

H. Summers. Medford. N. J. C 
160154, Aug. 22. 1907; 2 c. Dec. 13, 
1907. 

Bay (J. M.i Methode de violon : d"a- 
pres la celebre methode des fils 
Alday. et les principea de la tech- 
nique moderne. 1. & 2. ptie. [154 
E. Clot fils. Lyon, France. C 
165283, 1652S4. Oct. 23. 1907; 2 c. 
each Oct. 22, 1907. 

Be brave. O heart of mine ! [song] 
by Marie Crosby. [155 

Iff. Crosby. YVinthrop College, S. 
C. C 168S41. Dec. 6. 1907. 



Be joyful all the time; words and 
music by Clarence E. Billings. [156 
G. W. Setchell, Boston, Mass. C 
167504, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Be kind: [words by] James Howe; 
[music by] Thoro Harris. [157 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166858, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Be strong to say " no " ! [words by] 

James Rowe, [music by] Thoro 

Harris. [15S 

Merer & brother. Chicago. 111. C 

344, Nor. 11, 1907. 

Beaumont (Alex. S.) dirertimento ; 
for horn or 'cello and strings. 

Charles TVoolhouse. London, Eng- 
land. C 165059, Oct. 21, 1907. [159 

Phantasy trio: for violin, violon- 
cello and pianoforte. 4to. 

Charles TVoolhouse, London, Eng- 
land. C 165058, Oct. 21, 1907. [160 

Beaute supreme : petite valse de sa- 
lon [by] Louis Mourice. pf. 

Leo Feist, New York. N. Y. C 
162481, Sept. 21. 1907: 2 c. Dec. 4, 
1807. [161 

Beauteous Killarney's beauties ; 
march and two-step, by Ernest TV. 
Stenberg. pf. 

E. W. Stenberg. Chicago. 111. C 
166512, Nov. 6, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 11, 
1907. [162 

Beautiful butterfly : [words by] 
Amelia M. Starkweather, [music by] 
Edna G. Young. 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 169175, Dec. 10. 1907. [163 

Beautiful (The) city of peace; 
[song] by Mrs. B. B. Reid. 

Mrs. B. B. Reid, Oskaloosa. Iowa. 
C 168818, Dec. 6, 1907. [164 

Bebe poup.-rt: nies poupees no. 1 pour 
piano, par Ed. Malherbe. (Pieces 
enfantines. premiere serie.) no. 2, 
Bebe jumeau: no. 3, Bebe Maillot; 
no. 4, Bebe baby : no. 5, Bebe mar- 
cheur. 

Heusrel & cie.. Paris. France. C 
166285-166289, Nov. 4. 1907. [165 

Beethoven i'Ludwig vani Polonaise 
in F. op. 42 ; piano four hands, edited 
and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 

G. Schirmer. New York. N. Y. C 
167008, Novv 12, 1907. [166 



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Beethoven (Ludwig van) — Continued. 

11 wiener tanze ; 4 walzer, 5 menu 

etten, mid 2 laenderer, fur 7 streich- 
und blasinstrumente, zum erstenmal 
herausgegeben von Hugo Riemann. 
Partitur. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 165803, Oct. 29, 1907. [167 

Before the cross ; [words by] James 
Allen, [music by] J. S. Fearis. 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
168735, Dec. 6, 1907. [168 

Befreit (Death the releaser) ; [text 
von] R. Dehmel [English version] 
John Bernhoff, [mnsik von] Rich- 
ard Strauss. (Autographen-album 
in liedern moderner meister . . . 
no. 12). obi. Svo. [169 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 168046, Nov. 29, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
26, 1907. 

Beggar's (The) dream; words by G. 
E. Gudapel, music by Raymond Ray. 

[170 
G. E. Gudapel, Houstou. Tex. C 
162005, Sept. 16, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 

Behold I bring yotj good tidings ; 
Christmas anthem for chorus of 
mixed voices with organ ace. by 
Bruno Huhn. (G. Schirmer's . . . 
octavo church music no. 5008). [171 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167083, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 14, 
1907. 

Behold now, praise the Lord ; a short 
festival anthem composed by John 

E. West. (Novello's octavo anthems 
no. 912). [172 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167749, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Bekenne deinen Heiland. Confess 
your Saviour; [words by] Harry 
Marschner, tr. from German [by] S. 
A. Kose. [music bv] S. A. Kose. 

[173 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169025, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Bellair (Ralph H.) Melodic and 

rhythmic primer ; for the pianoforte. 

4to. [174 

Enoch & sons. London, England. 

C 1666S5, Nov. 9, 1907. 

Belle (La) jeunesse; dance unique, 
dance by J. S. McGown, music by 

F. L. Valentine, pf. [175 
J. S. McGown, Oakland, Cal. C 

166967, Nov. 11, 1907. 



Belle (The) of Richmond; march 
and two step, by H. C. Sherman, pf. 

[176 
United States music co., Williams- 
port, Pa. C 169003, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Beloved come ; song by Willibald Leh- 
mann, low voice. [177 

John Church co.. Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 169413, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Ben and I ; words by A. E. Jenkins, 
music by Raymond Ray. [178 

A. E. Jenkins, Diamond, Mich. C 
150377, May 3, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 

| Ben Bolt; by Nelson Kneass, arr. by 
Max Spicker for three-part chorus 
of women's voices. (G. Schirmer's 
. . . octavo choruses . . . no. 4993). 

[179 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 
C 167084, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
14, 1907. 

Bend to the oar; barcarolle, by Al- 
fred Fieldhouse. pf. [180 
W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 
169529, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Beneath the sycamores ; by H. M. 

Cain. song. [181 

H. M. Cain, United States. C 

134331, Nov. 12, 3907; 2 c. June 29, 

1907. 

Bennett (George J.) Magnificat and 
Nunc dimittis; set to music in the 
key of E flat. (Novello's parish 
choir book no. 747). Svo. [182 

Novello & co., limited, London, 
England. C 164417, Oct. 14, 1907. 

Office for the Holy Communion 

in E flat; (Novello's parish choir 
book, no. 746). Svo. [183 

Novello & co., limited, London, 
England. C 164416, Oct. 14, 1907. 

Beraud (Victor) Petite suite; pour 
piano, op. 23. no. 1, Menuet; no. 2, 
Gavotte; no. 3, Gigue. [184 

B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- 
manv. C 168099-168101, Nov. 29, 
1907. 

Bereft; poem by Emma Hodges, mu- 
sic by Edward P. Favor. [185 
Edward P. Favor, Richmond, Me. 
C 167700, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Perge (Die) Gottes ; [words & mu- 
sic by] Harry Marschner. [186 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169062, Dec. 9, 1907. 



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Berlin (The) ; two stop novelty 
dance ami march, invented by 
Madame Adole ("oilier, composed by 
Algernon Clarke, pf. [187 

B. Feldman & CO., London, Eng- 
land. C 168369, Dec. 2, 1007. 

Bert: words and mnsie by Harry 
Daere. [188 

Nightingale & CO., London. Ens- 
land. C 168620, Dec. 3, 1007. 

Bertk (Heinbich) Potpourri 2; nacb 

motivcn der operette Der schone gar- 

dist fur klavior zn zwei hiinden. 

revidiert . . . von Johannes Wattke. 
Wien. W. Karezag & C. Wallner. 

[ISO I 

potpourri 1. 

Breitkopf & Hartel. New York. 
X. Y. C 165084. 1650S5. Oct. 21, I 
1007 : 2 c. each Oct. 10. 1007. 

Best of all. two step: [by] Marie 
Greer MacDonald. pf. [190 ! 

M. G. MacDonald. Chicago. 111. C 
102607. Sept. 25. 1907: 2 c. Nov. 18, 
1907. 
Bethlehem : musik af A. L. Skoog. 
son?. [191 

A. L. Skoog, Minneapolis, Minn. 
C 167906. Nov. 20, 1907. 

Better days are coming bye and bye ; 
words by Will A. Mahoney, music i 
by Harry Ennis. [102 | 

George M. Krev. Boston, Mass. | 
C 167159. Nov. 14, 1907. 

Beyond the horizon: [words by] E. E. I 
Hewitt, [music bv] Finlev Lyon. 

[193 
Lorenz pub. co., Davton, Ohio. C I 
168730, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Bible (The) school hymnal; ad- | 
vance sheets for Christmas use. I 
Orchestration : 1, cornets ; 2, trom- ! 
bone ; 3, flute ; 4, horns ; 5, 1st clari- i 
net: 6, bass: 7, 1st violin; 8, 2nd i 
clarinet; 9, cello; 10, 2nd violin; 11, \ 
viola. [194 | 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 192639-192649, Nov. 21, 
1907. 

Bide-a-wee; entr'acte, [by] William 
Loraine, arr. by T. P. & Geo. J. I 
Trinkaus. mand. orch. [195 i 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, ! 
N. Y. C 168488, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Big Chief Buffalo ; an Indian novelty, ! 
words by John J. White, composed ! 
by G. Muder. pf. ed. [196 ! 

National projective legion, Waver- 
ly, N. Y. C 168914, Dec. 9, 1907. I 



Big Chief smoke: [from] Lonesome 

town, words by C. William Kolb, 
music by J. A. Baylies. | 197 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 168852, Dec. (5. 1907. 

Bill Blue of engine two; by Etta 

Waite Harrow, song. [198 

K. W. Harrow. Patcrson. N. J. 

p iiii;;).-^. Nov. n. 1007. 

Bill Orange; a Syracuse foot ball 

song, by Harry Sheridan Lee, arr. by 

Harry Leonard Vibbard. [199 

H. S. Lee, Syracuse, N. Y. C 

1643-15, Oct. 11, 1907. 

Billy of the postal card exchange; 
[song] by L. M. Scott. [200 

L. M. Scott, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
16S702, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Bird (Arthur) American melodies; 

specially adapted and arr. for the 

normal-harmonium. [201 

Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. C 

166124, Nov. 2, 1007. 

Birds (The) are singing home sweet 

home for you ; words and music by 

Michael Gallagher. [202 

M. D. Swisher, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 167787, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Birds' (The) good morning; [words 
by] Sallie K. Best, [music by] How- 
ard E. Smith. [203 
Meyer & bro., Chicago, 111. C 
166S53, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Bist du der mann? Are you that man? 
[words & music by] Harry Marsch- 
ner, tr. from German [by] W. Kuhn. 

[204 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169026, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Blackbird's (The) whistle; schot- 
tische for the piano, by Geo. L. 
Spaulding. (Pastime pictures no 8.) 

[205 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167450, Nov. 10, 1007. 2 c. Nov. 
20, 1007.] 

Blair (Hltgh) Fantasy on old Christ- 
mas carols; [for organ]. 4to. [206 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167574, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Blauauglein. (The blue-eyed maid) ; 
aus alte weisen (old Swiss lays) von 
Gottfried Keller, fur eine singstimme 
und klavier von Kurt Schindler, op. 
9, hoch. (Funf lieder no. 2.) [207 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
166700, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 11, 
1907. 



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Bless O my soul the living God ; sa- 
cred song, by Will M. S. Brown, in 
G. [20S 

Brown & Edwards music co., Wil- 
mington, Del. C H6S91S, Dec. 9, 
1907. 

Blessed angel, bend to hear us ; 
duet for soprano and alto or bari- 
tone, or tenor and bass, words by 
V. M. Simons, music by Eben H. 
Bailey. [209 

White- Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 24, 1907. C 168653, Dec. 

5, 1907. 

Blessed be the Lord; [song by] B. H. 
Randall. [210 

R. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C 
169490, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Blessed be the Lord God of Israel ; 
Christmas anthem with bass and 
soprano soli, by Caleb Simper, ed- 
ited by Ralph Bird. (G. Schir- 
mer's octavo church music no. 
5032). [211 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 
C 168141, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Blest Christmas morn : written by 

Mary Baker G. Eddy, music by 

Frederic W. Root, high v. [212 

Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago, 

111. C 169282, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Blinden (Des) heilung; [words & 
music by] Harry Marschner, tr. 
from German [by] W. J. Zirbes. 

[213 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169051, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Bloom is on the rye; waltz, intro. 

A dream of paradise, [by] Frank 

Holliday, pf. [214 

Academic music co., New York, 

N. Y. C 109299, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Blossom; words by Chas. L. Hertz- 
man, music by Sam Fox. [215 
S. Fox pub. co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
C 167040, Nov. 12, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

6, 1907. 

Blow ye the trumpet in Zion ; fes- 
tival anthem for chorus of mixed 
voices, with tenor solo and organ 
ace, by R. Huntington Woodman. 
(G. Schirmer's . . . octavo church 
music no. 4962). [216 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 
C 167379, Nov. 18, 1907. 



Blue bird; intermezzo march and two 
step, by Ted Snyder, pf. [217 

F. A. Mills, New York, N. Y. C 
166581, Nov. 6, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 12, 
1907. 

Blue eyes, true eyes ; waltzes for 
piano, by H. Engelmann. [218 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 167486, Nov. 19, 1907. 

j Blumenschein (W. L.) Three coun- 
try dances; for the piano, no. 2, 
mazurka humoresque ; no. 3, country 
square dance. [219 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 166777, 16677S, Nov. 11, 1907. 

— — ■ Valse humoresque ; for the piano- 
forte. (Three country dances no. 1.) 

[220 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia Pa. 
C 166776, Nov. 11, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 9, 
1907. 

Blush rose ; polka in C by T. P. Ryder 
for the pianoforte. (Floral cluster.) 

[221 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 19, 1907. C 168652, Dec. 
5, 1907. 

Boheme (La) ; von G. Puccini. Fan- 
tasie arr. fur militarmusik von. J. 
Schifferl. Partitur, 112026. [222 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
167062, Nov. 13, 1907. 

(The Bohemians) ; by G. Puccini, 

selection or piano duett by Bernardo 
Wolf, revised edition by U. Solazzi. 

# 111711. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
168006, Nov. 22, 1907. 

selection for pianoforte solo by 

Bernado Wolff, revised edition by 
U. Solazzi. # 111710. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
168019, Nov. 25, 1907. 

di G. Puccini; Valzer di P. Buca- 

lossi, riduzione per piccola orchestra 
di Gaetano Luporini. Nuova edi- 
zione riveduta da Ugo Solazzi. 

# 101419. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
167632, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Eohm (Carl) Moto perpetuo ; fin- 
pianoforte. [223 

N. Simrock g. m. b. h., Berlin, 
Germany. C 164763, Oct. 17, 1907; 
2 c. Oct. 16, 1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



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BoIte a musique; mes jouots no. 15 
pour piano, par Ed. Malherbe. 
(Pieces enfantines, deuxieme serie.) 

[224 
Heugel & cie.. Paris, France. G 
1G6299, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Bom bom ; [bv] William Loraine. Svo. 

orch. [225 

M. Witmark & sons New York, 

N. Y. C 16S120, Nov. 16, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 15, 1907. 

Rone pastor; composed by Miguel 

Hilarion Eslava, edited by K. R. 

Terry. (Cantiones sacre no. 48). 

Svo. [226 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167S31, Nov. 26, 1907. 
Bonnie dear; words by Florence 

Hoare, music by Josef Holbrooke, 

arr. by Victor Harris for female 

voices. (Boosey & co.'s series . . . 

no. 2). Svo. [227 

Enoch & sons, London, England. 

C 16S133, Nov. 27, 1907. 
Book (A) of college songs; with 

words and music, edited by Charles 

S. Eliot. Svo. [228 

Alice M. Turner, Boston, Mass. 

A 191445, Nov. 5, 1907 ; 2 c. Oct. 19, 

1907. 
Borowski (Felix) Menuetto-caprice ; 

for the pianoforte. [229 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 167202, Nov. 15, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

14, 1907. 

Nocturne; for the pianoforte. 

[230 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 167200, Nov. 15, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

14, 1907. 

Yalse-scherzo ; for the pianoforte. 

[231 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 167201, Nov. 15, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 14, 

1907. 
Bossi (M. Enrico) Fiinf klavier- 

stiicke; no. 1, Novellando; no. 2, 

Canzone gotica; no. 3, Mazurka 

cromatico ; no. 4, Danza grottesca ; 

no. 5, Pres du berceau. [232 

J. Rieter-Biedermann, Leipzig, 

Germany. C 168441-16S445, Dec. 2, 

1907. 
Bossi (Renzo) Abend (Sera) ; fur 

eine singstimme mit pianoforte- 

begleitung, op. 7. Deutsch von 

Willi. Weber, versi di A. Musatti. 

(Sechs gesange no. 4). [233 

J. Rieter-Biedermann, Leipzig, 

Germany. C 163993, Oct. 8, 1907; 2 

c. Oct. 9, 1907. 



Bossi (Renzo) — Continued. 

Canzonetta. (Canzoncina) ; fur 

eine singstimme mit pianoforte- 
begleitung. op. 7. Deutsch von 
Wilh. Weber, versi di A. Musatti. 
(Sechs gesiinge no. 5.) [234 

J. Rieter-Biedermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 163994, Oct. S, 1907 ; 2 
c. Oct. 9, 1907. 

Madrigal (Madrigale) ; fiir eine 

singstimme mit pianoforte-beglei- 
tung, op. 7. Deutsch von Wilh. We- 
ber, versi, di Ettore Yitta. (Sechs 
gesiinge no. 1). [235 

J. Rieter-Biedermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 163990, Oct. S, 1907 ; 2 
c Oct. 9, 1S07. 

Novelette (Novelletta) ; fiir eine 

singstimme mit pianoforte-beglei- 
tung, op. 7. Deutsch von Wilh. 
Weber, versi di A. Musatti. (Sechs 
gesange No. 6). [236 

J. Rieter-Biedermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 163995, Oct. 8, 1907; 
2 c. Oct. 9, 1907, 

-Serenade (Serenata) ; fiir eine 

singstimme mit pianoforte-beglei- 
tung, op. 7. Deutsch von Wilh. 
Weber, versi di E. Yitta. (Sechs 
gesange No. 2). [237 

J. Rieter-Biedermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 163991, Oct. 8, 1907; 
2 c. Oct. 9, 1907. 

Boston (A) coon; words by J. Green, 

music by Raymond Ray. [238 

J. Green, Dorchester, Mass. C 

154188, June 10, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

29, 1907. 

Bouquet (A) of spring; mazurka for 
the piano, by Geo. L. Spaulding. 
(Pastime pictures No. 5). [239 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167456, Nov. 19, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
20, 1907. 

Brahma ; song, words by Arthur Davi- 
son Ficke, music by John W. Met- 
calf, A fiat. [240 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 107676, Nov. 22, 1907. 

in F. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 167690, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Brahms (Johannes) Andante, aus 
dem streich quartett in B dur, op. 
67. fiir violine und pianoforte gesetzt 
von Felix Friedmann. [241 

N. Simrock g. m. b. h., Berlin, 
Germany. C 164762, Oct. 17, 1907; 
2 c. Oct. 16, 1907. 



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n. s., v. 3 



Bbahms (Johannes) — Continued. 

Five Hungarian dances ; nos. 17, 

18, 19, 20, and 21, arr. by M. Ret- 
ford [for military band]. (Boosey's 
. . . Journal No. 2). [242 

Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 166754, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Hungarian dance, No. 5; arr. by 

Harry Prendiville [for orchestra]. 
4to. [243 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
168889, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 10, 
1907. 

Liebeslieder (Songs of love) ; Wal- 



zer fur das pianoforte zu vier ban- 
den und gesange ad lib., op. 52; 
Ausgabe fur eine singstiinme. mit 
begleitung des piano, verse aus Poly- 
dora von Daumer. [244 

N. Siinrock, g. m. b. b., Berlin, 
Germany. C 164756, Oct. 17, 1907; 
2 c. Oct. 16, 1907. 

Brave hearts march ; by John Wie- 
gand for band. 8vo. [245 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
168311, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Break forth into joy; anthem for 
Christmas . . . with soprano solo, 
by Caleb Simper, edited by Ralph 
Baird. (G. Schirmer's octavo 
church music no. 5010). [246 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
168142, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Breezes from the Alameda; reverie, 
by Mrs. Mary Redd Wuller. pf. 

[247 
Mrs. M. R. Wuller, Butler, Pa. 
C 161592, Sept. 3, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

Bremner (Ernst J.) Leichtes trio 
(easy trio) ; fur piano, violine und 
violoncello, zum gebrauch beim 
unterricht im ensemble-spiel. [248 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 165806, Oct. 29, 1907. 
Bridgeta; words and music by Ren 
Shields. [249 

F. A. Mills, New York, N. Y. C 
167066, Nov. 13, 1907. 
Bright college days ; march and two- 
step, [by] Fred W. Clement. 8vo. 

[250 
Raymond music co., Meriden, 
Conn. C 168989, Dec. 9, 1907. 
Broken (The) heart; words by 
T. D. arr. [music arr. by] E. M. 

[251 
J. Raymond Hemminger, Carlisle, 
Pa. C 164058, Oct. 9, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 7, 1907. 



Broken links ; reverie, [by] Marie 
Greer MacDonald. pf. [252 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. C 
162698, Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 18, 
1907. 
Broken (A) promise; [song] by 
Lillie E. Corley. [253 

L. E. Corley, Cleburne, Tex. C 
168825, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Brook (The) ; composed by F. Lionel, 
pf. [254 

C. 0. pub. co., Syracuse, N. Y. 
C 168919, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Brookside (A) fantasia; by Gilmore 

Ward Bryant, op. 38. pf. [255 

G. W. Bryant, Durham, N. C. C 

167896, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 19, 

1907. 

Brotherhood hymn; words by Nolan 
R. Best, music by William P. Mer- 
rill. [256 
The Interior, Chicago, 111. C. 
166804, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Brunette; chanson de XVII e siecle, 
mise & quatre voix mixtes, edited 
by A. S. Yogt, English version by 
M. Louise Baum. (G. Schirmer's 
octavo music ... no. 5074.) [257 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
168215, Nov. 30, 1907. 
Bubbling joy; [by] H. L. Cramm, op. 
10, no. 1. pf. [258 

W. B. Hasey, W. Somerville, Mass. 
C 166793, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Bugles (The) dawn; words by 
Harold Simpson, music by Charles 
Deacon. [259 

Boosey & co., New York, N. Y. C 
167446, Nov. 19, 1907. 
Bull-fighter (The) ; bolero for the 
piano, by Geo. L. Spaulding. (Pas- 
time pictures no. 7.) [260 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167458, Nov. 19, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 20, 
1907. 
Bumblebee (The) ; words by Effie W. 
Loucks, [music by] Inez Adair 
Baker. [261 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166855, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Bunches of joy march; [by] Fred 
W. Clement. 8vo. band. [262 
Raymond music co., Meriden, 
Conn. C 168990, Dec. 9, 1907. 
Bunny; [song from] The blue moon, 
words and music by George Spink. 

[263 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 129042, Sept. 7, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 16, 1907. 



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Bubschenabschied ; lied fur eine 
- _>timme niit Klavierbegleitung. 
von Julius Wengert, op. 5, fur hohe 
uie. [264 

Boise ft Galler, Stuttgart, Ger- 
many. I Deo. 2, 19 1 

Bury me not ox the lose prairie: 
words and music by William J, 

[265 
larence E. Sinn ft bros.. Chicago. 
111. 7232, Nov. 15, 1! 7 _ 

Nov. 

Buster i The i Brown march two 

step: by J. C. Halls, pf. [266 

Unit* I S1 - > . Williams- 

ooo, Dec. 9, iam 

But lately in daxce I emeraced her 
i Sie schwebt 'mir noch kiirzlich im 
arniei : waltz song, by A. Arensky. 
Russian poem by A. Fet. translated 
from the German of E. Esbeer by 
M. L. Baum. Soprano in D flat. 

[267 
G. M. Schirmer. Boston. Mass. 
H Dec. 5. 1907. 

ButtervIup a.\d daisy: [^~ords by] 

Amelia M. Starkweather. r music by] 

Edna G. Young. [26S 

r-Meredith co.. Xew York, 

N. Y. C 169183, Dec. 10. 1907. 

Butterflies and flowees ; intermezzo, 
by H. Sylvester Krouse. pf. 

M. Witmark & sons. New York. X. 
Y. C 140101. Jan. 16. 1907: 2 c. 

Buttox i H. Elliot) Magnificat and 

qc dimittis : set to music in the 

key of E flat • Novello's parish 

ir book no. 756 [270 

ello & co., ltd.. London, Eng- 
land. C 167363. Nov. IS. 1907. 

rev; fur pianoforte 2 hitndig, 

ruktiv und mit finger satz ver- 

sehen mit octaven. von AYaldemar 

eider, op. 7 [271 

Wm. A. Kaun. Milwaukee. Wis. 

167328, Nov. 18, 1907. 

• . little dolly: [words & music 
by] Edna G. Young. [272 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York. N. 
Y. CM _ Dec. 10. :. " 

By the hall tree : words and music 

by Henry Eisskalt. [273 

German American music co.. Chi- 

-o. 111. C .161225. Sept. 4. 1907: 

Dec. 12. 1 

—2 



By the river : roB -oles, 

by Theo. F. Morse, arr. by 

qo. 1. piano, violin & ■ 
no. 2. 2 violins and piano. 

rl Fischer. New York. N. Y. C 
Nov. 30. 1907. 

By the sea (Am strande) ; by George 
Posca. op. S no. 2. for the piano. 

[275 
Theo. Presser. Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167396, X >v. IS. 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
_ 1907. 

By your side : words and music by 

Charles F. Barter. [276 

F. Barter, Boston, Mass. C 
1671S6. Nov. 15, 1907. 

Bye. bye, my" sailor boy/. Jack Tar : 
by Dave Reed, jr., arr. by Harold N. 
Clare, for male voices. (The Wit- 
mark edition ... no. 394). Svo. 

[277 
M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
X. Y. C 168857, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Cady (Calvin Braixerd) First home 
studies for ten fingers, book 1. 
i Music-education, an outline vol. 3.) 

[278 
Clavton F. Summy co.. Chicago, 
111. C 16670S, Nov. 9. 1907. 

Cahulllaxxa; words and music by 

John C. McMullen. arr. bv Albert A. 

Kendall. [279 

J. C. McMullen. San Diego. Cal. 

C 166620, Nov. S, 1907. 

Califorxla: two-step bv Stella Mae 
Ford. pf. [280 

S. M. Ford, Pomona, Cal. C 
Dec. 6, 1907. 

Calm ox the listening ear of night : 
Christmas hymn, words by E. H. 
:s, music by T. C. Jeffers. Svo. 
mixed v. [2S1 

Whaley, Eoyce & co., ltd.. To- 
ronto, Ontario. C 167432. Nov. 19. 
1907: 2 c. Xov. IS, 1907. 

z iLe) ; poesilie de Francois Guil- 
laume de Maigret, musique de 
Georges Sporck. Piano et chant 
Pfister freres, Paris. 

Georges Sporck. Paris. France. C 
16632S. Xov. 4. 1907. 

Camellia: intermezzo, by Eugene 
-zmann. pf. 
Maurice Shapiro. New York. X. Y 
C 16950S, Dec. 14, 1907. 



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Cantar Llorando : Mexican dance, by- 
Trinidad Moreno, arr. by Alfred 
Roth for orchestra. Svo. [284 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 168313, Not. 30, 1907. 

Canto d'Uccello ; piece pour harpe 
chromatique par Adolphe Deslan- 
dres. [285 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 
Paris, France. ' C 166173, Nov. 2, 
1907. 

Cantos- infantiles ; poesia de Juan 
Redondo Menduina, musica de J. 
Taboada Steger. 4to. [286 

Casa Dotesio, Madrid, Spain. C 
168025, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Capital (The) ; march by Eugene B. 
Marier. pf. [287 

N. R. Amelotte, Boston, Mass. C 
165230, Oct. 22, 1907: 2 c. July S, 
1907. 

Capitola schottische : [by] Harry 
W. Weber, [mandolin orch.] [288 
H. W. Weber, Plainfield, N. J. 
C 167793, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Caprice de concert; [by] Wm. C. 
Stahl. maud. orch. pts. [289 

W. C. Stahl, Milwaukee, Wis. C 
167297, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Captain (The) of the crew; march 
two step, by Zo Elliott. [290 

Alonzo Elliot, jr., Manchester, 
N. H. C 167058, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Captain Willie Brown; words and 
music by Benj. Hapgood Burt. [291 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 167188, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Carissimi (Giacomo) Yittoria, mio 
core (Victorious, my heart) ; song 
for bass in A flat, edited by Hein- 
rich Kiehl, translation by Theo. T. 
Barker. [292 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 165869, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Vittoria, vittoria (Victorious, 

victorious) ; for low voice in B flat, 
edited by Edgardo Levi, English 
words of Lawrence Hanray. 
(Standard songs for students, no. 
27.) [293 

medium in C. 

high in D. 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. C 165054-165056, 
Oct. 21. 1907. 



Cascade; pour piano par Cornelius 
Gurlett, redigees et doigtees par 
Hans Harthan. (Recueil de pieces 
classiques et modernes no. 9.) [294 
C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 168174, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Castles in air; [song] by Mrs. M. A. 
Ohlinger. [295 

Mrs. M. A. OhliDser, Haines City, 
Fla. C 16S810, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Cat ( The ) or the catechist ; a doubt- 
ful question, words from The smart 
set, music by Howard Fisher. [296 
Leonard & co., London, England. 
C 168656, Nov. 6, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 4, 
1907. 

Celebre marche Viennoise; sur des 

motifs Tziganes par Zerco, [pour or- 

chestre avec] piano-conducteur. [297 

Barrau, Paris, France. C 166746, 

Nov. 11, 1907. 

Celestial visions ; reverie, [by] Lois 
A. Drumheller, op. 64, pf. [298 

Brehm bros., Erie, Pa. C 166S05, 
Nov. 11, 1907. 

Chambered (The) nautilus ; cantata 
for women's voices with soli for so- 
prano and contralto and ace. for 
piano and organ ad lib., by Mrs. H. 
H. Beach, op. 66. Svo. [299 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 166692. Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 6, 
1907. 

C'haminade (Cecile) Album des en- 
fants ; 2 e serie, douze morceaux tres- 
faciles pour piano, op. 126. no. 1, 
Idylle; no. 2, Aubade; no. 3, Rigau- 
don ; no. 4, Eglogue ; no. 5, Ballade ; 
uo. 6, Scherzo-valse ; no. 7, Elegie : 
no. 8, novelette; no. 9, Patrouille; 
no. 10, Villanelle; no. 11, Conte de 
fees ; no. 12, Valse mignonne. [300 
Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
167165-167176, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Chanson Boheme; from Carmen by 
Bizet, transcription de concert by 
Maurice Moszkowski. Metrostvle 
75081. [301 

Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
167046, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 15, 
1907. 

Chanson Celtique; by Cecil Forsyth 
for alto and piano. [302 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 
166409, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Chanson d'ete; poesie d'Albert 

Samain, musique de J. Toutain- 

Grtin. Chant et piauo. [303 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 

168244, Nov. 30, 1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



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1-5, Jan.. 190S 



Chawson (Une) de gbandmere: slum- 
ber song, by Frederick a. Dean for 
violin with piano ace. so. & v. pt. 

[304 
P. a. Dean, Springfield, Mass. C 
167183, Nov. 15. II 1 

Chansonettf d'amoub i Liebestande- 
lie > : piano boIo by Franz von Blon. 

[305 

Theo. Pressor. Philadelphia. Pa. 

C 1 " . IS. 1907; 2 c. Nov. 20. 

Chant d'amoub : by Boris Franzoff. 
[for piano]. [306 

Theo. Presser. Philadelphia. Pa. C 
167397, Nov. IS. 1907: 2 c Not _ 

Chant dv sotr : (Evening song*: for 
violin and piano bv Henri Era. op. 

[307 
John Church eo.. Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 168560, Dec. 4. U 1 

Chaplet (A) of aibs : words by Rob- 
ert Louis Stevenson, music by Ger- 
trude Horace Smith, sketches by M. 
mour Lucas. 4ro. [308 

Houghton ft co.. London, England. 
C 167815, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Chaplis (Augusts) Fantaisie con- 
certante: pour contrebasse et piano. 
No. 1. Transcription pour violoncelle 
et piano : no. 2 Transcription pour 
basson et piano. [309 

A. Durand & rils. Paris. France. 
C 107219. 167220, Nov. 10. 1 

Chemin i Le > de fee ; mes jouets no. 
16 pour piano, par Ed. Malkerbe. 
(Pieces enfantines, deuxieme serie. > 

[310 

Heusrel & cie . Paris. France. C 

4 ' ' 

Chemineau iLei : drame lyrique en 

cinq actes de Jean Riehepin, musique 

de Xavier Leroux. Partition chant 

et piano. S [311 

Choudens. Paris. France. C 166320. 

Chebokee : bv J. L. Thomson, song. 

[312 

J. L. Thomson. Coalsrate, Ind. T. 

C 100S73. Nov. 11. 1907. 

Chebby i The t in the glass : lyric by 

Will L>. Cobb, music bv Paul Lincke. 

[313 

W. Stern ft co., New York, 

N. Y. < Dec. 4, 1907. 

Chebup.in : minuetto by G. Auvray. 

lers violons. [314 

A. Durand ft fils. Paris, France. 

C 16SS62, Dec. 7. 1907. 



Chevallier iIIfinruh. Schiller-con- 
cert; fiir violine, i 3 lage, niit be- 
gleitnng dee Klavier, o] [315 

Johaun Andre. Offenbach a. Main. 
Germany. I I >ct 24. 1! 

Sechs Kurze melodische stiicke : 

fiir violine and Klavier. op. 5. [316 
Johann Andre. Offenbach a. Main. 
Germany. C 16539a, Oct. 24, 1907. 

Chllde Harold: [words by] Emma 
Lazarus, from the German of Heine, 
[music by] E. Whvte, op. 30, no. 1. 

[317 
McKechnie music co.. Ottawa, 
Canada. C 167741. Nov. 25. 1907. 

Children's (The) Christmas song: 
words by Edith Hope Kuney. music 
by Mrs. Crosby Adams. (Miscel- 
laneous series no. 2. > 8vo. [318 
•v Adams. Oak Park. 111. C 
168135, Nov. 29. 1907. 

Chimes angelic : descriptive fantasia, 

compiled by W. S. Durand, op. 112. 

pf. [319 

W. F. Shaw. New York, N. T. C 

16S547, Nov. 14. 1907. 

Choo choo cabs : words & music by 

Clarence E. Sinn. [320 

C. E. Sinn & bros., Chicago, 111. 

C 105411. Oct. 24. 1907: 2 c. Oct. 25. 

1907. 

Chopin (Frederic* Mazurka in G 

minor (posthumous), op. 67 no. 2; 

piano, edited by John Orth. [321 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. Mass. C 

107300, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Sonate pour piano en Si mineur, 

transcription pour 2 pianos par C. 
Saint-Saens. [322 

A. Durand ft fils. Paris. France. 
C 10SS05. Dec. 7. 1907: 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

Chorus (The) glbl; words by Mary 
A. Collins, music bv John Martin. 

[323 
M. A. Collins, Ironton, Ohio. C 
107203, Nov. 15, 1 

Chouanne (La) : episode lyrique en 1 
acte, poeme de Paul Gravollet mu- 
sique de Edmond Missa. [vocal 
score]. Svo. [324 

L. Grus & cie., Paris, France. C 
16S945, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Christ oub King : [words by] John 
M. Morse [music] adapted by I 
8 nderson. 

v ft Main CO., New York, 
N. Y. C 1GS973. Dec. 9, lfl 1 



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Christi blut und gerechtigkeit ; 
[words by] Graf N. L. von Zinzen- 
dorf, [music by] Harry Marschner. 

[326 
H. Marschner. United States. C 
169038, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Christmas bells ; by Margaret Men- 
agh, song in G. [326* 

Win. A. Pond & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 166814, Nov. 11, 1907. 

[words by] Henry Knight, [music 

by] Thomas Adams. [327 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167S30, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Christmas (A) carol for little 
folks; words by Helen Ekin Star- 
rer!, music by Mrs. Crosby Adams. 
(Miscellaneous series no. 1). 8vo. 

[328 
Crosby Adams, Oak Park, 111. C 
168134, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Christmas day; [words by] Gertrude 

E. Durden, [music by] Will Edel- 

mann. [329 

G. E. Durden, Des Moines, Iowa. 

C 167559, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Christmas joy; a Christmas exercise, 
by Jennie Hewes Caldwell. 12mo. 

[330 
David C. Cook pub. co., Elgin, 111. 
C 16S8S4, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 
1907. 

Christmas (The) letter; words and 
music by Mrs. Althea R. Bassett 
Wilber. [331 

Mrs. A. R. B. Wilber, Carthage, 
Mo. C 167112, Nov. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 29, 1907. 

Christmas lullaby ; words and music 
by June Nafe Boyer. ' [332 

J. N. Boyer. Muskegon, Mich. C 
167555, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Christmas (A) song of praise ; [words 
by] Henry Knight, [music by] 
Thomas Adams. [333 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167828, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 28, 1907. 

Cikanka; polka-two-step, arr. by Em. ! 
Smotlacha. pf. [334 

Joseph Jiran, Chicago, 111. C j 
167900, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Circus (The) queen; [from] The 
sunny side of Broadway, lyric and 
music by Boyle Woolfolk. [335 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 166987, Nov. 12, 
1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 14, 1907. 



City of the golden gate; [song] by 

Al. H. Keifer. [336 

A. H. Keifer, Butler, Pa. C 

168771, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Claribella; by E. Kuhlstrom, piano 

piece grade 2. (Scenes of youth no. 

37). [337 

Augener limited, London, England. 

C 167931, Nov. 27, 1907. 
Claussnitzer (Paul) Zwanzig 

kurze lyrische vorspiele; fur die 

orgel, op. 1. neue verbesserte 

auflage. [338 

J. Rieter-Biedermann, Leipzig, 

Germany. C 167618, Nov. 21, 1907; 

2 c. Nov. 22, 1907. 

Cleansing (The) blood; [words by] 
Mrs. Elizabeth Miller, [music by] 
Oscar A. Miller. [339 

O. A. Miller, Chicago, 111. C 
168105, Nov. 25, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 9, 
1907. 
Cleve (Halfdan) Fiinf stimmungen. 
Impressions, fur pianoforte zu 2 
handen, op. 10. [340 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 166158, Nov. 2, 1907. 
Click (The) of the keys; by Mary 
Harris McQueen, song. [341 

M. H. McQueen, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 
C 166872, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Cloudy weather ; by E. L. Demmon. 
song. [342 

E. L. Demmon, Sheriden, Wyo. 
C 166961, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Coastinc ; [words by] Flora Kirk- 
land, [music by] Howard E. Smith. 

[343 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. 
C 166835, Nov. 11, 1907. 

COELESTIS URBS JERUSALEM (O Zion 

city of our God) ; by H. J. Stewart, 
[mixed voices]. [344 

G. M. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. 
C 167938, Nov. 27, 1907. 
Coeur de Mousme ; poesie de Maurice 
Froyez, musique de Ch. Cuvillier. 
Chant et piano. [345 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
168229, No. 30, 1907. 
College songs no. 3; for piano or or- 
gan. Academic edition. [346 
Academic music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 192386, Nov. 18, 1907. 

COLLERETTE (La) DE PlERROT ; poesie 

de Jacques Redelsperger, musique 
de Charles Cuvillier. Chant et 
piano. [347 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
168245, Nov. 30, 1907. 



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Collins (Cora Holdridge). Lullaby. 

[34S 
C. H. Collins. Fruita, Colo. C 
168822, Dec. 6. 1007. 

Columbine: air de ballet, [by] Carl 

Wilhelm Kern, op. 170. pf. [349 

Geo. B. Jennings co., Cincinnati. 

Ohio. C 1670S0, Nov. 13, 1907 ; 2 c. 

Nov. 4, 1907. 

Come and tease the moon with me; 

words by Darry and Bob White, 

music by Edw. Llewellyn. [350 

A. R. White, Chicago, 111. C 

167295, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Come and worship the Lord; anthem 

for general use by O. M. Schoebel. 

(Octavo church music). [351 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 16S464, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Come back; words by John G. Nie- 

hardt, music bv Reed Miller and 

Ernest R. Ball. [352 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 16S500, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Come float in my canoe; written by 
Fred Murray, composed by Dorothy 
Elliott. [353 

Shapiro, Von Tilzer music co., 
ltd., London, England. C 168368, 
Dec. 2, 1907. 

Come give me a kiss ; [song] by Lura 
Tackwell. [354 

L. Tackwell, Greensburg, Kans. 
C 16SS31, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Come, gracious spirit, heav'nly dove ; 
hymn-anthem for soprano, alto and 
tenor soli with chorus, poem by S. 
Brown, [music by] Robert Franz, 
arr. by W. W. Gilchrist. [355 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167S13, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Come have a dance up at Grand 
View : words by N. Edlund, music 
by Raymond A. Browne music co. 

[356 
N. Edlund, New York, N. Y. C 
169226, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Come in, the water's fine; written 

and composed by Harry Castling 

and C. W. Murphy. [357 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 16S663, Dec. 5, 1907. 

Come, O come, my life's delight ; 
words from third book of airs by 
Thomas Campion, music by Hamil- 
ton Harty. [358 
Boosey & co., London, England. C 
167123, Nov. 14, 1907. 



Come take a ride in my motorboat; 
song, by John F. Haeberli. [359 

J. F. Haeberli, Buffalo, N. Y. C 
166722, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Come unto Me (Komm't ber zu mir!) 
words by D. R. Locke, music by John 
Wiegand, German words by W. G. 
Haebich. In E flat. [360 

Ignaz Fischer, Toledo, Ohio. C 
167512, Nov. 20, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 

Come weary heart; sacred song for 
contralto or baritone, words and 
music by Louis C. Elson. [361 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Nov. 18, 1907. C 165S93, Oct. 
30, 1907. 

Come witfi me Mary Ann ; by Theora 
May Roberts, song. [362 

Th. M. Roberts, Fort Bragg, Colo. 
C 166912, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Comedy (The) club; march-two step, 
by Russell Alexander, pf. [363 

H. N. White, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
167995, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Comet (The) ; scherzo, by M. A. 

Brewer, piccolo solo with orchestra 

ace. 8vo. [364 

Hawkes & son, London, England. 

C 167623, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Commencement day; [song] by G. 
Lauster. [365 

G, Lauster, Lyons, N. Y. C 168834, 
Dec. 6, 1907. 

Complete (The) system of finger- 
ing; for the violin by Frederick E. 
Hindel. (Fischer's edition no. 3093.) 

[366 
J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 168183, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Con ant (Grace Wilbur) Duets; 
three choruses in duet form, edited 
by F. H. Ripley and H. L. Heartz, 
Christmas number. (Stanhope edi- 
tion no. 14.) [367 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 166709, Nov. 9, 1907. 

Three choruses in quartet form, 

with ad libitum bass. Quartets, 
edited by F. H. Ripley and H. L. 
Heartz. Christmas number. (Stan- 
hope edition no. 16.) 8vo. [36S 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 167646, Nov. 21, 1907. 



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Con ant (Grace Wilbur) — Continued. 

Trios : three choruses arr. in trio 

form for unchanged voices, edited 
by F. H. Ripley and H. L. Heartz. 
Christmas number. (Stanhope edi- 
tion no. 15.) 8vo. [369 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 166710, Nov. 9, 1907. 

Unison songs and chorals : edited 

by F. H. Ripley and H. L. Heartz. 
(Stanhope edition no. 13, Christmas 
number. ) 8vo. [370 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 165908, Oct. 30, 1907. 
Concentus sacri ; a collection of Cath- 
olic music, compiled and arr. by A. 
H. Rosewig. Svo. [371 

Oliver Ditson co.. Boston, Mass. 
A 193329, Nov. 14, 1907. 
Conclave march ; by F. H. Losey, op. 
235 for orchestra! [372 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 168310, Nov. 30, 1907. 
Concone (Giuseppe) Fifteen vocal- 
ises, op. 12; for soprano, edited by 
L. Benda, with English text by A. S. 
Bridgman. (Ditson edition no. 114.) 
8vo. [373 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C. 167038, Nov. 12, 1907. 
Conover waltz ; composed bv Victor 
Hertzberg. pf. [374 

V. Hertzberg, Stockholm, Wis. C 
142293, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 
Consolation ; [by] C. S. Morrison. 
Svo, orch. [375 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 167680, Nov. 23, 1907. 

[song] by Anna Feather. [376 

A. Feather, Oakland, Md. C 
168779, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Contes (Les) d'Hoffmann; by Jac- 
ques Offenbach, transcription for 
piano arr. by S. Camillo Engel. 

[377 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167692, Nov. 23, 1907: 2 c. Nov. 25, 
1907. 

grand selection [arr. by] Theo. 

M. Tobani for orchestra. 4to. [378 
Carl- Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 168604, Dec. 4, 1907. 
Coombs (C. Whitney) Three Christ- 
mas carols ; for chorus of mixed 
voices a cappella. (G Schirmer's 
. . . octavo church music no. 5017.) 

[379 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167082, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 14, 
1907. 



Coon (A) and the 'possum; words 
and music by Charles E. Schofield. 

[380 

C. E. Schofield, Marshall, Mich. 
C 157S29, July 25, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
13, 1907. 

Coquette (The) ; petite caprice for 
the piano, by R. A. Densmar. [381 
Chandler-Held music co., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. C 169077, Dec. 10, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 7, 1907. 

Corno (Un) inopportuno; composi- 
zione per quintetto d' archi e corno, 
di Giovanni Bolzoni, op. 120. # 
111890, Partitura; # 111892, Ridu- 
zione per pianoforte dell' autore. 

[382 
G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
168013, 16S014, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Corysandre; gavotte bv G. Auvray. 

l ers violons. Svo. [383 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 

C 168863, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 

1907. 

Cosette ; Parisian novelty march two 
step, by Jean McDonald, arr. by R. 

B. Brewer, pf. [384 
Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

C 166974, Nov. 9, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 6, 
1907. 

Cosmos ; [by] Carrie Phippen-Sanborn. 
piano four hands. [385 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 
169526, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Costumes, gowns and frocks ; written 
by George Arthurs, composed by 

C. W. Murphy. [386 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 167754, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Cotton blossom ; words and music by 

Ed. Rogers. [387 

E. Rogers, New York, N. Y. C 

168587, Dec. 4, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 

1907. 

Counsel (The) ; four-part song, words 
by Alexander Brome. music by Har- 
old Fraser Simson. (Novello's part- 
song book 1036). Svo. [388 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 166738, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Couperin ( Francois ) Les cherubins ; 
transcription pour violon et piano 
par Charles Dancla, l re suite. 
(Reminiscences classiques no. 1). 

[389 
G. Legouix. Paris, France. C 
166513, Nov. 6, 1907: 2 c. Nov. 5, 
1907. 



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per in i Francois) — Continued. 

- Sarabande; pour piano, redigees 
et doigtees par Hans llarthan. 
i ftecueil de pieces classlques et mo- 
demes no. 10). [390 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston. 
Mass. C 167420, Nov. IS, 1907. 

Craftsman (The); march and two 
stop, [by] Theo. O. Taubert. Svo. 
orch. [391 

H. N. White. Cleveland, Ohio. C ; 
167994, Nov. 29, 1907. 

march, [by] Theo. O. Taubert. 

svo. hand. 

H. N. White. Cleveland, Ohio. C 
168988, Dee. 9. 1907. 

Crater (The) : march-two step, [by] , 
Harry J. Lincoln, arr. by F. H. Lo- 
sey. Svo. orch. [392 

Vandersloot music pub. co. Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. C 167559, Nov. 21, 
1907. 

Creep ixto. my heart : [words by] D. 
C Scott, [music bv] E. Whvte, op. 
39, no. 2. [393 

McKechnie music co., Ottawa, Can- 
ada. C 1 67742. Nov. 25, 1907. 

Crimson (The) rambler; by Lottie ! 
Dillon, song. [394 j 

L. Dillon. Newark. Ohio. C 167868, 
Oct. 12, 1907. 

Croisez (A.) First book of melodic 
studies; 25 etudes chantantes tres 
faciles. op. 100. for the pianoforte. 
(Presser coll. vol. 93). [395 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia. Pa. 
C 164433. Oct. 14, 1907. 

Crux fidelis : motett in honour of the 
Holy Cross, for quartet and chorus, 
unaccompanied, by S. P. Wadding- 
ton. (Cantiones sacrae no. 50). 8vo. 

[396 
Novello & co., ltd.. London, Eng- 
land. C 167748, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Cubs ox parade; march-two-step [by] 
H. R. Hempel. pf. [397 

Tomaz F. Deuther, Chicago, 111. 
C 16771s. Nov. 25, 1907. 

Cupid axd the artist: waltzes, by 
Fred Daniels, pf. [398 

F. Daniels, Chicago, 111. C 169071, 
Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1907. 

Cupid eaxdit : words by Frank Chaf- 
fee, music by Franklin Riker. [399 
William Maxwell music co.. New 
York, N. Y. C 169161, Dec. 10, 1907. 



Curate (The) and the maiden; song 
[by] G. II. Stone. 8vo. orch. [400 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 
England. C 167702, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Curious story (Kuriose geschichte) ; 
I by | Stephen Heller, edited by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern. pf. [401 

Shattinger piano & music co., St. 
Louis, Mo. C 169485, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Cutest (The) girl in town; new 

march song, words by Al Trahern, 

music by Lee Orean Smith. [402 

A. Trahern. New York, N. Y. C 

167315 Nov. IS, 1907. 

Cuvillier (Charles) Appassionata ; 

poesie de L. Fortolis. Chant et 

piano, no. 1 en Fa, ton original. [403 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 

168230, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Cygne (Le) ; Esquisse symphonique 

pour grand orchestre, par Th§o. 

Ysaye, op. 15. Partition. [404 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

168508, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Cygxes xoirs ; petite suite par I. 

Philipp, arr. a deux pianos par A. 

Reitlinger, no. 1. [405 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 

166305, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Daddy; words bv Henrv M. Blossom, 

music by Alfred G. Robyn. [406 

Theo. Bendix, music publisher. 

New York, N. Y. C 167819, Oct. 7, 

1907. 

Daffodil : words by L. E.. music by 
Arthur A. Penn. [407 

L. Eckel, Chicago, 111. C 158941, 
Aug. 6, 1907; 2 c. Sept. 20, 1907. 

Dafxe e Cloe ; bozzetto campestre, per 
piccola orchestra di Giovanni Bol- 
zoni, op. 99, # 111889, Riduzione 

. per pianoforte, dell' autore. # 
1118S7, Partitura. T408 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
168011, 168012, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Daixtixess; gavotte by Gretry-Ra- 

meau, arr. by R. Gruenwald, concert 

edition for orchestra. 4to. [409 

Oliver Ditsou co., Boston, Mass. 

C 167545, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Dainty (A) pair of shoes; words by 

Arthur Du Soir, music by J. Airlie 

Dix. [410 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 168001, Nov. 25, 1907. 



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Daisies' (The) way; [words by] Flora 

Kirkland, [music bv] Howard E. 

Smith. [411 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 

166850, Not. 11, 1907. 

Daisy (The) ; [music by] Arthur Mel- 

vin Taylor in F, revised edition. 

(Six encore songs no. 2.) [412 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 

167944, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Daisy Belle; march two step, by I. 
Furman Mulliner, pf. [413 

United States music co., Williams- 
port, Pa. C 169002, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Dalcroze (Jaques-) Gammes (Les) 
& les tonalites, le phrase & les nu- 
ances; methode 3 me partie, deux- 
ieme volume, no. 941. [414 

Sandoz, Jobin & cie., Neuchatel, 
Switzerland. C 165S1S. Oct. 29, 
1907. 

Tonleitern und tonarten, phras- 

ierung und niiancierung; methode, 
dritter teil, deutsche bearbeitung 
von Paul Boepple. Zweiter band, 
no. 951. [415 

Sandoz, Jobin & cie.. Neuchatel, 
Switzerland. C 165817, Oct. 29, 
1907. 

Dalmas (Carmen) Nouveaux' exer- 
cises; pour le piano, complement de 
toutes les methodes. [416 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
165064, Oct. 21, 1907. 

Dame tjn beso (Embrasse-moi) ; chan- 
son-danse Espagnole, paroles et mu- 
sique de J. Yalverde, piano et chant. 

[417 
Almar, Paris, France. C 168223, 
Nov. 30, 1907. 

Dammi e tuoi lieti canti; melodie 

per canto con ace. di pianoforte, di 

A. Schettini, no. 1. 11236. [418 

Carisch & Jiinichen. Milano, Italy. 

C 166134, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Dan the dandy; written by Herbert 

Shelley, composed by Stephen R. 

Philpot. [419 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 168527, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Dance by moonlight; by Benjamin 

Whelpley, op. 11. (Five pieces for 

the piano no. 5). [420 

G. Schirmer, jr.. Boston, Mass. C 

167948, Nov. 27, 1907. 



Dance of the leaves ; trio for women's 
voices; [words by] Myron V. Freese, 
[music by] Luigi Boccherini, arr. 
by H. Clough-Leighter. (Oliver 
Ditson companv's octavo edition no. 
11739). [421 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
168994, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Dance of the peacocks ; caprice, [by] 
Win. Baines, arr. by R. E. Hildreth. 
8vo. orch. [422 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
167076, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 9, 
1907. 

Dancing eyes; three step, by Grif- 
fith J. Jones, pf. [423 
Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
C 167192, Nov. 15, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
6, 1907. 

Dancing moonbeams ; waltz by Lill- 
ian Alberta Hagen [for piano]. 

[424 
H. C. Hendrickson & co., St. Paul, 
Minn. C 167989, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Dancing sunbeams; schottische, [by] 

Marie Greer MacDonald. pf. [425 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. 

C 162699, Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

IS, 1907. 

Dancla (Charles) 5th air varie; 
sur un theme de Weigl, op. 89, arr. 
by E. H. Frey for piano, 3 mando- 
lins and guitar. [426 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 168610, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Dandy lion; [words by] Amelia M. 

Starkweather [music by] Edna G. 

Young. [427 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169220. Dec. 10, 1907. 

Danse de la banana; para piano por 

J. Valverde. [428 

Casa Dotesio, Madrid, Spain. C 

168704, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

Danse du Paraguay (La Paraguaya) ; 

extrait de l'operette el polio Tejada, 

de J. Yalverde orchestree par L. 

Diodet. 8vo. [429 

Casa Dotesio, Madrid, Spain. C 

168705, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

paroles de W. Burtey, mu- 

sique de J. Valverde, arr. pour 
chant par L. Diodet. 

Casa Dotesio, Madrid, Spain. C 
168709, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 



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25 



uos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Danse Hongroise; par 6. Sgallari, 
piano solo. Cariscb & Jauichen, 
Mi la no. [430 

G. Sgallari, Bologna, Italy. C 

1(17014, Nov. 27, 1007. 

Dark (The) hour; words and music 
by J. a. Avers [and] Chas. H. 
Gabriel. [431 

J. A. Avers. La Platte. Mo. C 
140999, Jan. IS, 1007: 2 c. Nov. 25, 
1007. 

Dvrkkst (The) hour is just before 
day ; by Jennie Wright, song. [432 
J. Wright, Grants Pass. Oreg. C 
166933, Nov. 11, 1007. 

Darting, I love you; words and music 
by Charles H. Kennington, arr. by 

Fred W. Clement. [433 

C. H. Kenninirton, Worcester. 
Mass. C 16S036, Dec. 0. 1007. 

Darling Nellie Gray: variations for 
piano or orsan bv M. W. Butler. 

[434 

A. W. Perry & sons music co., Se- 

dalia, Mo. C 16966S, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Dawn in Louisiana: [song] bv Tsewj 
Trachtac. [435 

T. Trachtac, Rockport. Tex. C 
168787, Dec. 6, 1007. 

Dawn of liberty : march, [by] R. 

Marshall, arr. by Mackie-Beyer. 

Svo. orch. [436 

J. W. Pepper. Philadelphia. Pa. C 

167162, Nov. 14, 1007. 

Dear old Alabama : words by Walter 
Preston Pierson, music bv Ravmond 
Ray. ' [437 

W. P. Pierson. Reno. Nev. C 
1553S4. June 24, 1007 ; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1007. 

Dear old Dixie: words by Clyde R. 
Randall, music by Frank R. Hol- 
lingsbead. [438 

Randall & Hollingshead, Washing- 
ton, D. C. C 166S66, Nov. 11, 1007. 

Dear old East side; words by Ed. 
Gardenier. music bv Gus Edwards. 

[439 

G. Edwards music pub. co.. New 

York, N. Y. C 167433. Nov. 29, 1907. 

Dear old fashioned roses; [song] bv 
Mrs. Ethel McConnell. [440 

Mrs. E. McConnell. Rosehill, 111. 
C 16S824. Dec. 6, 1907. 



Dear (The) old fiddle; words by W. 
II. Housley, music by Frank How- 
ard. [441 
W. H. Housley, Stoneypoint, Tenn. 
C L68842, Dec. 6, 1007. 

Dear (The) old Mer-ri-mac; words 
and music by Fred H. Richards, arr. 
by R. Meyer. [442 

F. H. Richards. Lawrence, Mass. 
C 167181, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Debussy (Claude) Danses. 1 danse 
sacree, 2 danse profane; pour harpe 
chromatique on piano avec ace. d'or- 
chestre d'instruments a cordes. tran- 
scription pour piano a 2 mains par 
Jacques Durand. [443 

A. Durand & fils., Paris, France. C 
167402, Nov. 20. 1007; 2 c. Nov. 21, 
1007. 

Nocturne ; pour piano. [444 

Societe d'Editions musicales. Paris, 
France. C 168224, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Decoration day; [words & music by] 
Edna G. Young. [445 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. 
Y. C 169184, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Defile des nations ; pas redouble 
avec clairons ad lib., par Louis Fre- 
maux, harmonie [musik] fanfare. 
J. Mekams, Bruxelles, Belgium. 8vo. 

[446 

-marche [pour orchestre]. 

Louis Fremaux, Bruxelles, Bel- 
gium. C 166316, 166317, Nov. 4, 
1907. 

Delicifusement; ou, Lassitude 
d'amour ; paroles de Georges Montig- 
nac musique de Richard Barthelemy, 
No. 11139S. [447 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
168246, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Delirium (The) by Eliza Binger. 
song. [448 

E. Binger, New Haven, Conn. C 
166929, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Delius (Frederick) Klavierkonzert ; 
mit orchester, 1, Partitnr; 2, Kla- 
vierauszug fur 2 Klaviere zu 4 ban- 
den von Otto Singer. [449 

Harmonie verlag, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 168074, 168075, Nov. 29, 
1907. 

Depth of mercy ; sacred solo for bass, 
bv J. W. Lerman, words by C. Wes- 
ley. [450 
Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 168274, Nov. 30, 1907. 



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Destiny ; a little joy, a little laughter, 
words and music by Augustus Bar- 
rett. [451 
M. Witmark & sons. New York, N. 
Y. C 123371, June 8, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 27, 1907. 

Dextera Domini; for S. A. T. B. and ■ 
organ ad lib., composed by William 
Sewell. (Cautiones sacrae no. 47). 
8vo. [452 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167747, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Diabolette (La) danse par Cli. 
Borel-Clerc pour piano. [453 

E. Joullet & cie., Paris, France. 
C 167771, Nov. 22, 1907. 

Diabolo ; intermezzo par Francois 
Simon, orchestre, piano conducteur. 
8vo. [454 

J. Mekams, Bruxelles, Belgium. \ 
C 166319, Nov. 4, 1907. 

pour piano. 

J. Mekams, Bruxelles, Belgium. 
C 166321, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Diabolo (Le) mes jouets no. 20 pour 

piano, par Ed. Malherfe. (Pieces 

enfantines, deuxieme serie). [455 

Hengel & cie., Paris, France. C 

166304, Nov. 4, 1907. 

nouvelle danse, Boston, avec 

accessories, von Gustave Dreyfus 
[pour orchestre avec] piano-con- 
ducteur. 8vo. [456 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. 
C 167245, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Diantha; air de ballet for the piano- 
forte by Geo. Dudley Martin. [457 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167466, Nov. 19, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
20, 1907. 

DlESER NIMMT DIE SUNDER AN ; [SOUg 

by] Wm. and Frieda L. Appel. 

[458 
W. Appel, Detroit, Mich. C 
169387, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Dimples ; novelette march, [by] F. J. | 
St. Clair. 8vo. band. [459 

H. N. White, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
168937, Dec. 9, 1907. 



8vo. orch. 



H. N. White, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
167992, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Dinah of Reedyrill; words by Helen 
C. Evans, song. [460 

H. C. Evans, Murfreesboro, Tex. 
C 167104, Nov. 13, 1907. 



Disclez (Joseph) Gavotte dans le 

style ancien; pour violoncelle ou 

violon et piano, la mineur. [461 

Carl Simon, Berlin, Germany. C 

165527, Oct. 26, 1907. 

Dixie Doodle dandy ; words and music 
by William Phares Cochran, arr. 
by Phil. Epstein. [462 

W. P. Cochran, Marble Falls, Tex. 
C 162084, Sept. 16, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
9, 1907. 

Dixie's land; by Dan. D. Emmett, 
arr. by Max Spicker for three-part 
chorus of women's voices. (G. 
Schirmer's octavo choruses . . . no. 
490S). [463 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167012, Nov. 12, 1907. 

two step, intro. Massa's in de 

cold, cold ground; and Auld lang 
syne; [by] Frank Holliday. pf. 

[464 
Academic music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 16929S, Dec. 11, 1907. 

DO NOT FORGET YOU ARE MARRIED J by 

W. J. Williams. Song. [465 

W. J. Williams. Marvsville, Mont. 
C 166916, Nov. 11, 1907. 

DO NOT LEAVE OLD FRIENDS FOR NEW ; 

by Henry Kirkpatrick. pf. [466 

H. Kirkpatrick, Holton, Kans. C 
166944, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Do you love me ; by W. L. Lord. song. 

[467 
W. L. Lord, Lexington, Va. C 
167204, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Do you miss me?; by Philomene Kau- 
fenberg. Song. [468 

Ph. Kaufenberg, Milroy, Minn. C 
166895, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Do you remember ; words by Eileen 

Fitz Gerald, music by J. M. Capel. 

[In F.] [469 

Boosev & co., New York, N. Y. C 

167331, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Doll song; lyric by James O'Dea, 
music by Anna Caldwell. [470 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168124, Nov. 16, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 15, 1907. 
Dolly ; by Ray A. Harris, song. [471 
R. A. Harris, N. Windham, Conn. 
C 167716, Nov. 25, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
13, 1907. 
Dolly dear ; words by Jack Nor worth, 
music by Albert von Tilzer. [472 
York music co., New York, N. Y. 
C 167088, Nov. 13, 1907. 



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27 



5, Jan., 1908 



Donkey (A) bide neab Dublin; min- 
iature suite for pianoforte by Gena 
Branscombe, op. 2. (In distant 
lands no. 3). [473 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 
C 167878, Nov. 26, 1007; 2 c. Nov. 
27. 1007. 

Don't cby, daddy ! written and com- 
posed by ('has. Collins and Nat 
Clifford. [474 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London. 
England. C 16S526, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Don't go until the rain stops; writ- 
ten and composed by George A. 
Stevens. [475 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 167906, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Don't kick her because she is 

down : words by James C. Mayo. 

music by John Martin. [476 

J. C. Mavo. Marshall, Mich. C 

146262, Mar. 22, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 

1907. 
Don't let your money get rusty; 

words by Mrs. & Mr. G. S. Dygert, 

music by Madden music co. [477 
Mr. & Mrs. G. S. Dygert. St. 

Johnsville, N. Y. C 167107, Nov. 

13, 1907. 

Don't worry ; words and music by 
Rose and Snyder. [478 

Rose and Snyder co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 167141, Nov. 14, 1907. 

Don't you mind the sorrows ; song 
for low voice, E flat original key, 
[words by] Frank L. Stanton, fmusic 
by] Eugene Coles. [479 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 168151, Nov. 29, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
21, 1907. 

Don't you think, you could love me 
dear? by George Metz. Song. [480 
G. Metz, Perwyn, Pa. C 166885, 
Nov. 11, 1907. 
Don't yoo think you'd like to own 
me; [song] by Mary Andrew Lock- 
ridge. [481 
M. A. Lockridge, Mt. Sterling, 
Ky. C 168843, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Dorothy dear; by George Dunlap. 
song. [482 

G. Dunlap, Peoria, 111. C 166893, 
Nov. 11, 1907. 

Dost thou love me ; [music by] 
Arthur Melvin Tayler, in A flat. 
(Two love-songs no. 2.) Revised 
edition. [483 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. 
C 167954, Nov. 27, 1907. 



Doth God pervert judgment ; tenor 
solo and chorus by J. W. Lerman. 
(Molineux' coll. of anthems no. 
123S). 8vo. [484 

Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 16S265, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Douce causerie ; romance sans pa- 
roles, pour le piano par Frederic 
Binet, op. 85. [485 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 166553, Nov. 7, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 5, 
1907. 

Dough-face (The) quartet; a humor- 
ous selection for male voices, by 
Alfred Beirly. 8vo. [486 

A. Beirly, Chicago, 111. C 167451, 
Nov. 15, 1907. 

Dove (The) (La paloma) ; by S. 
Grader, arr. by Max Spicker for 
chorus of women's voices, English 
version by Henry G. Chapman. [487 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 
C. 168138, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Down at Coney Isle; words by Mau- 
rice Dalton, music by Madden music 
co. [488 

M. Dalton, New York, N. Y. C 
167093, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Down beside the Alabama sweet- 
heart dear ; words by Leon Dia- 
mond, music by Harry Ennis. [489 
Monarch music pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 166706, Nov. 9, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 5, 1907. 

Down by the bridge of sighs ; words 
and music by Edward Montagn. 

[490 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 167750, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Down by the dells among the blue- 
bells ; [song] by Milton Otis. [491 
Geo. Jaberg music co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 168840, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Down in that valley fair ; words by 
Alice Ringrose, music bv Ernest R. 
Ball. [492 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 168858, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Down in the valley where violets 
grow ; words and music by Harry 
Dacre. [493 

Nightingale & co., London, Eng- 
land. C 16S519, Dec. 3, 1907. 
Down the garden alley ; words by 
Ormsby A. Court, music by Walter 
H. Lewis, in E flat. [494 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
i N. Y. C 167261, Nov. 8, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 7, 1907. 



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Down the line; [by] H. L. Cramm, 
op. 10, no. 3. pf. [495 

W. B. Hasey, W. Somerville, Mass. 
C 166794, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Down where the daffodillies grow ; 
written and composed by J. F. 
Barnes, R. P. Weston and Harry 
Bedford. [496 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 168530, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Doyen (Albert) Sonate; pour violon 

et piano. [497 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 

Paris, France. C 166172, Nov. 2, 

1907. 

Drap (A) o'dew ; song with piano ace, 
[words by] Harriet Canfield, [music 
by] Arthur Melvin Taylor. High 
voice in F, revised edition. [498 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 
167961, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Draw me closer ; [by] J. Ross Miller, 
song. [499 

J. R. Miller, Gas City, Ind. C 
166713, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 2, 
1907. 
Dream on ; song, music by Frederic G. 
Shattuck. [500 

William Maxwell music co., New- 
York, N. Y. C 169160, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Dream-pictures ; words by Hugh E. 
Wright, music by Wolseley Charles. 

[501 
Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 168657, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 
1907. 

Dreamers ; two-step by Mrs. Gertrude 
Summerill. pf. [502 

Mrs. ^G. Summerill, Pittsburg, Pa. 
C 168850, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Dreaming of home; [by] Marie Greer 
MacDonald. pf. [503 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. C 
162700, Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 18, 
1907. 
Dreaming of long ago; words and 
music by A. C. Needham, arr. by Per- 
cival B. Metcalf. [501 

P. B. Metcalf, Boston, Mass. C 
168486, Dec. 2, 1907. 
Dreaming of love for me; by E. S. 
Reichard. Song. [505 

E. S. Reichard, Selween, Cal. C 
166909, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Dreamland : a lullaby, [music by] Car- 
los Troyer. [500 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 168468, Dec. 2, 1907. 



Dreams of the past; composed by C. 
S. Bellmore. Song. [507 

C. S. Bellmore, Skowhegan, Me. C 
167514, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Drifting ; words by J. Louis Scrivener, 

music by D. B. Galleher. [508 

J. L. Scrivener & D. B. Galleher, 

Washington, D. C. C 145754, Mar. 

18, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 12, 1907. 

Drifting away; words and music by 
E. L. Allen. [509 

E. L. Allen, Homestead, Pa. C 
168986, Dec. 9, 1907. 

words by H. Brown, music by S. 

B. Renshaw, no. 1 key of E flat. [510 
Renshaw & Smith, Detroit, Mich. 
C 167495, Nov. 25, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
14, 1907. 

Drifting leaves ; a reverie, [by] 

Amanda Kennedy, arr. by Louis To- 

caben. 1st mand. [511 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 

168162, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Drink to me only with thine eyes ; 
words written by Ben Johnson, arr. 
as a four-part song by H. Elliot But- 
ton. (Novello's part-song book no. 
1040). 8vo. [512 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167571, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Dunkley (Arthur J.) Old English 

dance: for violin and piano, op. 20 

no. 1. [513 

J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., London, 

England. C 167198, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Dunning (Sara L.) Rhythmic chart 
no. 2. [vocal exercise bass clef]. [514 
G. Schirmer. New York, N. Y. C 
166790, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Dus fetter'l; [song from] My wife's 
friend, by S. Mogulesco. [515 

Theodore Lohr, New York, N. Y. 
C 167390, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Dvorak (Anton) Walzer fur clavier, 
op." 54; bearbeiting fur pianoforte zu 
vier handen von Hans Himmel. nos. 
5-8. [516 

N. Simrock g. m. b. h., Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 164805-164808, Oct. 17, 
1907 ; 2 c. each Oct. 16, 1907. 

Dying (The) Christian to his soul; 
[words by] Alexander Pope, [music 
by] Bruno Huhn, low voice in B flat. 

[517 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 166977, Nov. 12, 1907. 



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29 



Dying (The) soldier of San Juan 

Hill; by John Heller. [51S 

J. Heller, United States. C 

153S34, June 6, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 21, 

1907. 

Bach one has a way of his own; 
words by Edward Madden, music by 
Max Hoffmann; from The Rogers 
bros. in Panama. [519 

Rogers bros. music pub. co., New 
York. X. Y. C 168117, Nov. 23, 1907. 

East high dip; by Clarence T. Hem- 

mings. pf. [520 

C. T. Hemmings, Cleveland, Ohio. 

C 1G57S4, Oct. 19, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 11, 

1907. 

Easter bells; words by Charles W. 

Jerome, music by Beatrice Billing. 

song. [521 

Ch. W. Jerome, Brookings, S. Dak. 

C 166870, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Ec ho ; by Emma McDowell, song. 

[522 
E. McDowell, Dayton, Ohio. C 
166S71, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Echoes from Ireland ; selection of 

Irish airs, selected and arr. by 

George Rosey. pf. [523 

G. M. Rosenberg, New York, N. Y. 

C 169480, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Echoes from the isle; fantaisie by i 
George Fox, op. 29 [for] piano. 

[524 I 
White- Smith music pub. co., Bos- | 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Nov. 8, 1907. C 165886, Oct. 
30, 1907. 

Edris and Hyperion ; a love legend by j 
R. Gruenwald, op. 388, concert edi- 
tion for orchestra. 4to. [525 } 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. ! 
C 167544, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Eh' es zu spat. Ere yet it be too I 
late; [words & music by] Harry I 
Marschner ; tr. from German [by] , 
W. Appel. [526 

H. Marschner. United States. | 
C 169043, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Ehrlich (Gustav) Barcarole; study 

piece [for piano], edited by Hans 

Lichter. [527 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 169127, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Eichberg (Julius) Eichberg's com- 
plete method for the violin. Revised 
and enlarged forty-four pages. [528 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 6, 1907. C 168576, Dec. 4, i 
1907. 



Eichberg ( Julius ) — Continued. 

Introduction and rondoletto; for 

violin with ace. of piano, no. 2. [529 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Nov. 24, 1907. C 165892, Oct. 
30, 1907. 

E:gensinnige (Die) (The wilful 
maid) ; aus Alte weisen (Old Swiss 
lays) von Gottfried Keller, fur eine 
singstimme und klavier von Kurt 
Schindler, op. 9, hoch. (Fiinf lieder 
no. 4). [530 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
166702, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 11, 
1907. 

Einem heimgegangenen ; gedicht von 
Paul Brann, fur eine singstimme 
mit klavierbegleitung von Max 
Schillings. Original ausgabe fur 
tiefe stimme. [531 

C. A. Challier & co., Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 168430, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Elements (The) of musical expres- 
sion ; the major mode by Jessie L. 
Gaynor. 8vo. [532 

Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago, 
111. A 193616, Dec. 5, 1907. 

Elgar (Edward) Pastourelle : violin 

with piano ace, edited by Gustavo 

Strube. no 31. [533 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston. Mass. 

C 167005, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Ellen why do you ask: [song] by 
Ernest C. Sandy. [534 

E. C. Sandy, Lake Forest, 111. C 
168799, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Elliott (R. Bernard) Two songs, no. 
1, For you the breatl» of flowers, 
no. 2, Baby dear; words- by Olga 
Fricksen. [535 

Leonard & co., London, England. 
C 167509, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Ellis (Effa) Illustrated music course 
no. 2. Lessons 11 to 15 page 5 ; Les- 
sons 11 to 15 page 6 ; Lesson 15 for 
music teachers; Lesson 16 page 1; 
Lesson 16 page 2. [536 

Effa Ellis, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
A 192560-192564, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Lesson 17 and 18, altered in- 
tervals. 

Effa Ellis, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
A 193817, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Illustrated music course, for 

music teachers; lesson 2; lesson 8, 
10, 16, 17, page 1, lesson 17, page 
2. 

Effa Ellis, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
A 192072-192078, Nov. 13, 1907. 



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Ellis ( Effa ) — Continued. 

Illustrated music course, Lesson 

21; Lesson 22; Lesson 24; Lesson 
25. 

Effa Ellis, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
A 193813-193816, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Illustrated course for the violin ; 

compiled by Max I. Fisclael. Lesson 
1 page 1, history of the violin ; Les- 
son 1 page 2, description of the vio- 
lin; Lesson 1 page 3, how to tune 
the violin. 

Effa Ellis, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
A 192565-192567, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Lesson 2 page 1 ; Lesson 2 



page 2. 

Effa Ellis, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
A 193818, 193819, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Elsie say you'll be my own ; words 
and music by Lawrence B. O'Con- 
nor. [537 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
167078, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

Elsie's song-cycle; words by Ernest 

Alfieri, music by Noel Johnson. 

8vo. [538 

Vincent music co., ltd., London, 

England. C 168003, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Emmet's cuckoo song; words and 

music by J. K. Emmet. [539 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

In renewal for 14 years from Dec. 

8, 1907. C 168876, Dec. 7, 1907. 

En ferment les yeux ; valse lente, 
pour piatfo et chant, paroles de 
M. B. de Gramont, musique de 
Rodolphe Berger. [540 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
167769, Nov. 25, 1907. 

En goguette ; marche von Aime 

Lachaume pour piano. [541 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
167259, Nov. 16, 1907. 

En vendange; danse villageoise pour 
orchestre, par Olivier Cambon. [542 
G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
167246, Nov. 16, 1907. 

pour piano, par Olivier Cambon. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
167244, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Ende sonen stiger neder; julsang, 
[song by] R. Lagerstrom. [543 

Kyrkosangen pub. co., Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. C 166798, Nov. 11. 1907. 



Enfant (L') prodigue; pantomime en 
3 actes de Michel Carre fils, musique 
de Andre Wormser. Partition d'or- 
chestre, arr. specialement en vue des 
representations cinematographiques. 
8vo. [544 

E. Biardot, Paris, France. C 
166733, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Engelmann (H.) Little march: little 
piano piece; [545 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 167484, Nov. 19, 1907. 

Superba ; caprice for piano. 

[546 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167391, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Swing song ; easy piano piece, 

grade 1. [547 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. Mass. 
C 168152, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Tarantelle; for piano. [548 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167392, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Yalse novelette; for the piano. 

[549 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 168469, Dec. 2, 1907. 

England's pleasant land; three part 
songs, words selected from Shake- 
speare, Blake and A. H. Clough, set 
' to music by H. Walford Da vies, op. 
22. London, Sidnev Riorden. 8vo. 

[550 
H. Walford Davies. London, Eng- 
land. C 167970, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Enough that's enough ; words by 

Harry S. Creamer, music by Will H. 

Vodery. [551 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 168196, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Entreaty; by E. Kuhlstrom, piano 

piece grade 2. (Scenes of youth no. 

42). [552 

Augener limited, London, England. 

C 167932, Nov. 27, 1907. 

song, words from A woman's last 

words, by Robert Browning, music 
by Emily Barlow. [553 

J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., London, 
England. C 167197, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Epworth waltzes ; composed by Mina 

Blouin. pf. [554 

M. Blouin, Ludington, Mich. C 

154170, June 10, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 7, 

1907. 



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Ki; WEISS DEN WEG AM BESTEN ; [words 

and music by] Harry Marschner. 

| 555 
II. Marschner, United stales. C 
L69057, Dec. 9, 1007. 

lltes schweigen (Silence ful- 
filled^ : fiir eine singstimme und 
Klavier von Kurt Schindler, op. 8, 
naeh t ex ten zeitgenossischer dich- 
ter, von Otto Erich Hartleben. 
(Drei lieder no. :).) [556 

G. Schirmer. New York. N. Y. C 
166698, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Erin: [words by] Thomas Moore, [mu- 
sic by] Bruno Hnhn. low voice in F. 

[557 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 166976, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Erlanna waltzes : by Daisy Can- 
field Rush. pf. -[558 
Mrs. D. Rush, Cambria, Iowa. C 
164SS8, Oct. IS. 1007: 2 c. Dec. 12, 
1907. 

Ern (Henri) Berceuse (Cradle song) ; 
for violin and piano, op. 28 no. 2. 

[559 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 16S559, Dec. 4, 1907. 

ES GEHT EIN LIED DURCH MEINEM SINN J 

fiir mittlere singstimme mit Kla- 
vierbegleitung von Rich. J. Eichberg, 
op. 31. (Drei lieder no. 1.) [560 
Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 
C 166119, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Esperance (L') : for the pianoforte 
by Arnoldo Sartorio, op. 753. [561 
Augener limited, London, England. 
C 167933, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Esrosixo (M.) Ballades: pour piano, ! 
op. 95. no. 1 en mi, 111901; no. 2, | 
en la bemol, 111902 ; no. 3, en mi 
mineur. 111903. [562 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C ! 
165042-165044, Oct. 21, 1907. 

Eternal joy; sacred song, words by I 
S. E. Mekin, music by Alfred Wooler. 
no. 1 in G. [563 

Adam Giebel music co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 167134, Nov. 14, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 13, 1907. 

Eternelle (L') chanson; melodie in 
a flat, poesie de Rosemonde Gerard, 
musique de Alfredo Barbirolli, pour 
chant avec ace. de violon ad lib. et 
piano. [564 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 
168867, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 



Even me; [words by] E. Codner, 
[music by] W. Stillman Martin. [565 
Tnllar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 167799, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Evening bells ; part song for male 
voices, [words by] E. H. Federlein, 
[music by] E. Hermes, arr. by W. 
Rhys-Herbert. 8vo. [566 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 168718, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Evening chimes ; meditation, bv S. 
Seller, pf. '[567 

S. Seiler, Los Augeles, Cal. C 
168631, Dec. 5, 1907. 

Evening hymn ; [song bv] Ransom H. 
Randall. , [568 

R. H. Randall, Wilinette, 111. C ' 
169487, Dec. 14, 1907. 

[ Evening prayer; [sons] by L. George. 

[569 
L. George, Jefferson City, Mo. C 
168807, Dec. 6, 1907. 

[words and music bv] Mrs. Althea 

R. Bassett Wilber. [570 

Mrs. A. R. B. Wilber, Carthage, 
Mo. C 167113, Nov. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 29, 1907. 

Evening primrose ; a nocturnal trag- 
edy, written and composed by Mellor, 
Lawrance and Gifford. [571 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, 
England. C 168531, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Evening song ; for pianoforte by G. D. 
Wilson, no. 4. [572 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Nov. 10, 1907. C 165887, Oct. 
30, 1907. 

Evening whispers in the moonlight ; 
[song] by Adella Pearle Smith. 

[573 
A. P. Smith, Escondido, Cal. C 
168769, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Eventide : vesper hymn, set to music 
by Edwin H. Lemare. Svo. [574 

E. H. Lemare, London, England. 
C 167239, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Ever of thee; by L. Staberow. pf. 

[575 
W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 166787, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Evry (E. d') Meditation in A minor; 
on an old French Noel, organ music 
for church and recital purposes. 
(The organ loft no. 124). obi. 8vo. 

[576 
Vincent music co.. ltd., London, 
England. C 169261, Dec. 11, 1907. 



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Excuse me, but isn't youk name 
Johnson? [by] Lincoln and Hanser, 
arr. by F. H. Losey. 8to. orch. 

[577 

Vandersloot music pub. co.. Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. C 167314, Nov. 18, 

1907. 

Eyes (The) of the Lord; quartette 

and chorus by J. W. Lerman. (Mol- 

ineux' coll. of authems no. 1232). 

Svo. [578 

Geo. Molineux. New York, N. Y. 

C 168272, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Face lore : [words by] Sallie K. Best: 
[music by] Howard E. Smith. [579 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166831, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Faded (A) old love letter; [song] 

by Mrs. L. Piggott. [580 

Mrs. L. Piggott, Puyallup, Wash. 
C 16SS08, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Fahnentrager (Der) ; fur manner- 
chor von Fritz Gambke, op. 9. Svo. 

[5S1 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York. N. 
Y. C 166165, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Fair (The) pilot; march two-step, bv 
H. C. Sherman, pf. [582 
United States music co., Williams- 
port. Pa. C 169001, Dec. 9, 1907. 
Fairchild (Blair) In memoriam F. A. 
S. ; mixed voices, [words by] R. L. 
Stevenson. Octavo. [583 
C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 164936, Oct. 18, 1907. 
Requiem; [words by] R. L. Ste- 
venson, 1, male voices with organ 
ace. ; 2, with piano ace. octavo. 

[584 
C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 164934, 164935, Oct. 18. 
1907. 
Fairest (The) rose; waltz, by H. 
Engelmann. pf. [585 

Brehm bros., Erie, Pa. C 169004, 
Dec. 9, 1907. 
Fairies lullaby ; song and chorus, by 
Mrs. Guy Fenton Vernon. [586 

Mrs. G. F. Vernon, Columbus, 
Ohio. C 103968, Oct. 4, 1905; 2 c. 
Dec. 12, 1907. 
Fairy (The) maiden; or, Thomas the 
rhymer ; a musical fairy play with- 
out dialogue in three acts, written 
by M. C. Gillington and others, mu- 
sic by Florian Pascal. Fairy cho- 
ruses only. 4to. [587 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 
England. C 166683, Nov. 9, 1907: 
2 c. Nov. 11, 1907. 



Fairy (The) on the top: words and 
music by Bernard Rolt. [588 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167003, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Fairy suite of three dances; by 
Reginald K. Benyon, pianoforte 
solo. 4to. [589 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 168546, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Fairy voices ; nocturne by C. D. Blake 
for piano. [590 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 24, 1907. C 168654, Dec. 
5, 1907. 

Fairy's (The) dream; reverie, [by] 
Alfred Fieldhouse, arr. for piano 
four hands by Victor Beaumont. 

[591 
W. A. Evans. Boston, Mass. C 
169530, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Fais pas ta Sophie; paroles de MM. 

Briollet et Leo Lelievre, musique de 

Leo Pouget. [592 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 

167248. Nov. 16, 1907. 

Fallen rose leaves ; words by D. 

Eardlev-Wilmot, music by Vere 

Smith/ [593 

Vincent music co., ltd., London, 

England. C 168668, Dec. 5, 1907. 

Falling leaves ; an autumn reverie 

[bv] J. E. Miiller, ed. and ting, by 

M. Greenwald. pf. [594 

Centurv music pub. co.,New York, 

N. Y. C 167807, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Falmouth town; words by W. E. 

.Henley, music by Harold Fraser 

Sim son. [595 

Boosev & co., London, England. 

C 166755, Nov. 11, 1907. 

False and true; words by Rose B. 
Murphy, music by Raymond Ray. 

[596 
R. B. Murphy, Berrien Spring, 
Mich. C 162003, Sept. 16, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 29, 1907. 

Familiar melodies; march, arr. by 

Marie Greer MacDonald. pf. [597 

M. G. MacDonald. Chicago, 111. 

C 162701. Sept. 25, 1.907; 2 c. Nov. 

18, 1907. 

Fantasia impromptu ; composed by 
Max Darewski, pf. solo. [598 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 166994, Nov. 12, 1907. 



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nos. 1 -5, Jan., 190S 



WELL, MOTHER DEAR, FAREWELL*, 

by Fay Ellsberry Estes. song. [599 

F. F. Estes, United States. C 
150350, July 5. 1907; 2 c. Dec. 12, 
1907. 

Farewell Nellie dear ; words by 
Fred. H. McCulloch, music by 
Stephen A. Trentman. [000 

Monarch music pub. co., New 
York. N. Y. C 106705, Nov. 9, 1907 : 
2 c. Dec. 5, 1907. 

Fareweil to Summer (Fahr wohl) ; 
[words] from the German of Fr. 
Ruckert, translated by Paul Bliss, 
[music by] J. Brahms, op. 93 a 
Svo. ' [601 

W. PI. Willis & co.. Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 166784, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Farewell, true eyes ; words by John 

H. Wood, music bv Madden music 

Co. [692 

J. H. Wood. United States. C 

1692S9, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Fasolo (G. B.) Cangia, cangia tue 
voglie (Wherefore art thou con- 
stant) ; song, edited by Edgardo 
Levi, English words by Lawrence 
Hanray. (Standard songs for stu- 
dents no. 26). [603 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London, England. C 165314, 
Oct. 23, 1907. 

Fate (The) of Princess Kiyo; a 
legend of Japan ; cantata for four- 
part chorus of women's voices, so- 
prano soli and orchestra, words by 
Edward Oxenford, music by Henry 
Hadley, on. 58. Vocal score. Svo. 

[604 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
166592, Nov. 7, 1907. 

Father Knickerbocker; a New York 

rag, by Edwin E. Wilson, pf. [005 

Jos. W. Stern & co.. New York, 

N. Y. C 160004, Aug. 19, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 21, 1907. 

Fatinitza, by Suppe ; operatic fantasie 
[for piano duet] by Jean Paul. 

[606 

Knnkel bros., St. Louis, Mo. In 
renewal for 14 years from Oct. 27, 
1907. C 165515, Oct. 26, 1907; 2 c. 
Oct. 28, 1907. 

JFaulkes (William) Fantasia on the 
old melody Urbs beata, op. 112. 
Original compositions for the organ 
no. 370. obi. 8vo. [607 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167833, Nov. 26, 1907. 

24166—08 3 



: waltz; Oh. Gounod [arr. by] 
<;usi;i\ Saenger for piano, 3 mando- 
lins and guitar. [608 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
168605, Dec. 4, 1907. 

F£e (Une) ; poesie de Alfred Pouthier r 

musique de Philippe Gaubert. no. 1, 

en Re, ton original. [609 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 

168237, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Felex aeternus; a Christmas play 7 
by Andrew Klarmann, music by 
Louis Imgnmd. [Vocal] score. 4to. 

[610 
A. Klarmann, Woodhaven, N. Y. 
C 105512, Oct. 26, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 

i Ferndale waltz; by Alfred Field- 
house, pf. [611 
W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 
169531, Dec. 14, 1907. 

! Ferveur : melodie in G, poesie de Rene 
Fraudet, mnsique de Alfredo Bar- 
birolli, pour chant et piano. [612 
A. Durand & flls, Paris, France. C 
168868, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

| Festival song; [by] Carlo Delmar. 
pf. [613 

W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. C 
167157, Nov. 14, 1907. 

| Fete champenoise ; mazurka by Oli- 
vier Lebierre, op. 59, piano, edited 
by Hans Lichter. [614 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 168156, Nov. 29, 1907. 

: Feuille morte (Dead leaf) ; for violin 
and piano bv Henri Era, op. 32, no. 6. 

[615 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 168561, Dec. 4, 1907. 

| Feux follets; petite suite par I. Phi- 

lipp, arr. k deux pianos par A. Keit- 

linger, no. 4. [616 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. G 

166284, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Fiancailles; paroles de Paul Gravol- 

let. musique de Rodolphe Berger, 

piano et chant. [617 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 

167767, Nov. 25, 1907. 

i Field (J. T.) Four settings of the Ky- 
rie eleison. [mixed voices & or- 
gan]. [618 
Metzler & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167703, Nov. 25, 1907. 



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Field of glory; march, [bv] Fred K. 
Huffer. 8vo. band. [619 

C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, Iowa. 
C 169538, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Fifty long years ago; written and 

composed by Charles Collins and 

Charles Ridgwell. [620 

Francis. Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 16S522, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Filby (W. C.) A child at prayer; or- 
gan music op. 253, for church & re- 
cital purposes. (The organ loft no. 
123). obi. 8yo. 

Vincent music co.. ltd., London, 
England. C 169260, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Fill up your stein ; [by] Barlow and 
Bennett, song. [622 

Academic music co., New York, N. 
Y. C 167393, Nov. IS, 1907. 

Firelight; music by Alys Bentley, 

words by Arthur Henry. [623 

A. Henry, New York, N. Y. C 

158591, Aug. 3, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 23, 

1907. 

Fireman (The) ; words by Lileon 
Claxton, music by Isabel Valentine. 
[In Kindergarten magazine.] [624 
I. Valentine & L. Claxton, New 
York, N. Y. C 166612, Nov. 7, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 6. 1907. 

First (The) waltz; [by] Mrs. G. H. 
Shaw. pf. [625 

Bates & Bendix, Boston, Mass. 
C 16SS94, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Fisherman (The) and his child; 
words and music by C. A. White. 
B flat. [626 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 13, 1907. C 168573, Dec. 
4, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1907. 

Flag (The) for me; [words & music 
by] Edna G. Young. [627 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169197, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Flag of the free; [words by] Colin 

Sterne, [music by] H. Ernest 

Nichol. [628 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 168400, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Flag (The) our fathers bore; words 
by Chas. G. Pratt, music by Metro- 
politan music co. [629 
C. G. Pratt, United States. C 
16928S, Dec. 11. 1907. 



Flash (The) light from o'er the 
sea; words by D. A. Sawyer, music 
by Raymond Ray. [630 

D. A. Sawyer, Unionville, Iowa. 
C 157097, July 15, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
29, 1907. 

Flight (The) ; song, words by Flor- 
ence Richmond, music by Riccardo 
Lucchesi. [631 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 166766, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Flirting ; words by Edwin M. Abbott, 
music by Emilie Fricke. [632 

E. Fricke, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
168597, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Flirty Willie ; words and music by 

Perley M. Helms. [633 

P. M. Helms, Port Kent, N. Y. 

C 162090, Sept. 17, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

11, 1907. 

Flittergold (Golden glitter) ; genre- 
stuck by C. Bohm, op. 327 no. 16. 
Metrostyle, 75083. [634 

Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
167047, Nov. 13, 1907; 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1907 ; 1 c. Nov. 29, 1907. 

Florie dear ; words and music by Thos. 
Dionne. [635 

Th. Dionne, Chicopee, Mass. C 
167099, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Florinda; by M. Sophie McDonald. 
song. [636 

M. S. McDonald, San Jose, Cal. C 
166947, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Flowerland ; reverie, by Sara B. 

Egan. pf. [637 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. C 

168684, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 

1907. 

Flowers (The) lullaby; by Florence 
Galloway, song. [638 

F. Galloway, Good Hope, 111. C 
166903, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Flowers of the forest; schottische, 
by Felix Burns, pf. [639 

W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 166788, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Song, words by Ernest Pertwee, 

music by Eva Lonsdale, no. 112030. 

[640 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
168459, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Flow'ret in the meadow; (Bluin- 
chen auf der wiese) ; by Arnoldo 
Sartorio, piano piece grade 2. 
(Scenes of youth no. 25) [641 

Augener limited, London, England. 
C 167929, Nov. 27, 1907. 



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Fluffy ruffles ; [bv] Duane Crabb. 
pf. [642 

D. Crabb, Indianapolis, Ind. C j 
164352, Oct. 12, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 13, 
1907. 



rag, [bv] Harry L. Cook. pf. 

[643 
H. L. Cook, Louisville, Ky. C 
16S929, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Folge deinem stern. Follow heaven's 
star: [words and music by] Harry 
Marsclmer, tr. fr. German [by] W. 
Knhn. [644 

Harry Marscbner, United States. 
C 169059, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Folge du mir. Follow thou me; 
[words and music by] Harry 
Marsclmer, tr. from German [bv] 
Win. Kuhn. [645 

H. Marscbner, United States. C 
169011, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Folie d'un jour; valse Boston, par 

E. Milok, orchestree par Henry Cas, 

piano-conducteur. 8vo. [646 

Paul Decourcelle, Nice, France. C 

166732, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Folle cares se ; no. 1, valse lente, piano 
seul par Aime Lacbaume. no. 2, 
valse chantee, paroles de Jost. [647 
Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
167249, 167250, Nov. 16, 1907. 
Fond memories ; [son?] by John W. 
Perry. [648 

J. W. Perry, Hansrins: Rock. Ohio. 
C 16SS2S, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Fond memories of my Gwendolene ; 
by Bessie Fisher, song. [649 

B. Fisher. La Porte, Ind. C 166882, 
Nov. 11, 1907. 

Fondness of thee ; waltzes by Ralph 
Lumley. pf. [650 

R. Lumley, Red Lodge, Mont. C 
168776, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Foote (Arthur) Requiem. Under the 
wide and starry sky; poem by Rob- 
ert Louis Stevenson. 1, High voice ; 
2, Low voice. [651 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. Mass. 
C 166693, 166694, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. 
each Nov. 6, 1907. 

For God so loved the world ; anthem 
[by] Fred W. Peace. [652 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. 
Y. C 167765, Nov. 25, 1907! 

For I love you, so; words by Arthur 

Wilbur, music by Franz Lehar, arr. 

by Karl Weber/ [653 

Continental music co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169078, Nov. 30, 1907. 



Fob love and mebcy; words by Mary 

Eva Foster, music bv Ettie Sbank- 

lin. [654 

M. E. Foster, Joliet, Mont. C 

168S45, Dec. 6, 1907. 



For my thoughts are not your 
thoughts ; solo for soprano and 
chorus, by J. W. Lerman. (Moli- 
neux' collection of anthems no. 
1234). 8vo. [655 

Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. C 
168267, Nov. 30, 1907. 

For their country and their loved 
ones ; by E. A. Wendt. Song. [656 
E. A. Wendt, Street, Md. C 
166946, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Forest (The) King; words by Thomas 
F. Kelly, music by N. Harris Ware. 

[657 
Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 166682, Nov. 9, 1907 ; 
2 c. Oct. 28, 1907. 

Forever sweetheart ; words by Arthur 

J. Lamb, music by Henrietta Blanke, 

low voice. [658 

Joseph Morris co., Philadelphia, 

Pa. C 169133, Nov. 27, 1907. 

I 

j Forget thy sorrow ; words and music 
by Spiro S. Marsho. [659 

S. S. Marsho, Los Angeles, Cal. C 
168895, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Forgotten; waltz, [by] Marie Greer 

MacDonald. pf. [660 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. O 

162702, Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. IS, 

1907. 

Forino (Luigi) Mazurka; pour vio- 

loncelle avec ace. de piano, op. 19. 

(Six croquis lyriques no. 5). [661 

Johann Andre. Offenbach a. Main, 

Germany. C 165401, Oct. 24, 1907. 

Tarantella ; pour violoncelle avec 

ace. de piano, op. 19. (Six croquis 
lyriques no. 6). [662 

Johann Andre, Offenbach a. Main, 
Germany. C 165402, Oct. 24, 1907. 

Forsters (Des) Annerl; mannerchor 
von Edgar Hansen, op. 27, gedicht 
von Franz von der Schlippe. 8vo. 

[663 
Gebriider Hug & co., Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 165839, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Forsyth (W. O.) Two picturesque 
valses; for piano, op. 29. no. 1, G 
major; no. 2, B flat major. [664 
Nordheimer piano & music co., 
ltd., Toronto, Canada. C 167836, 
167837, Nov. 26, 1907. 



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Foewakd ! ; [words by] Flora Kirk- 
land, [music by] Howard E. Smith. 

[665 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166849, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Forward, brothers, forward ; [words 

bv] E. E. Hewitt, [music by] W. 

H. Doane. [666 

W. H. Doane, Cincinnati, Ohio. C 

169266, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Forward (The) march; by W. A. 
Corey, pf. [667 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 168618, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Four-in-hand (The) ; march, [by] 

George Braham, arr. by J. C. Mc- 

Cabe. 8vo. orch. [668 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 

Y. C 16S495, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Four (The) Jacks: march-two step, 
[by] Abe Losch, arr. by F. H. 
Losey. Svo. orch. [669 

Yandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. C 167558. Nov. 21, 
1907. 

Fourth finger etude: by Gilmore 
Ward Bryant, op. 37. pf. [670 

G. W. Bryant, Durham, N. C. C 
167895, Nov. 19, 1907. 

Fragilite ; duo in F, poesie de Stephau 
Bordese, musique de Alfredo Bar- 
birolli. pour chant avec ace. de 
piano. [671 

A. Durand & his, Paris, France. 
C 168869, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

Fraisidis ; valse chantee, tiree de 
l'operette Fraisidis, poseie de J. Re- 
delsperger, musique de Marcel Lat- 
tes. [672 

L. Grus & cie., Paris, France. C 
168941, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Fredericks (Julian) Pastoral dance ; 
for the piano. [673 

B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- ! 
many. C 167591, Nov. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 22, 1907. 

Freie (Das) lied: fur vierstimmigen 
mannerchor a cappella von Richard 
Fricke, op. 31, gedicht von Louis 
Fricke. (Ftinf lieder no. 1). [674 
D. Rahter, Leipzig, Germany. C 
165811, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Frey (Emil) Deux pieces pour pi- 
ano ; op. 6 no. 2, Romance. Op. 5 
no. 1. Yalse de concert. [675 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
16S3S0, 168381. Dec. 2, 1907. 



Friedrich der Grosse in Breslau; 
ballade von Ernest von Wildenbruch, 
fur mannerchor und orchester von 
Franz Notz, op. 6. Klavierauszug 
mit text. Svo. [676 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, N. 
Y. C 168089, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Friendless through the streets I 

roam ; words by Mrs. S. C. Parish, 

music by Madden music co. [677 

Mrs. S. C. Parish, United States. 

C 169290, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Friml (Rudolf) Six piano pieces. Op. 
25, Aubade ; op. 26, Mignonnette ; op. 
27, Melodie; op. 28, Minuetto ; op. 
29, Bohemian dance, polka ; op. 30, 
Russian romance. [678 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167384-167389, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Frivolity; march and twostep, by 

Wm. MacQuinn. pf. [679 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, N. 

Y. C 166649, Nov. 8. 1907 : 2 c. Nov. 

16, 1907. 

Frizzles ; march and twostep, com- 
posed by Kate Myers Stith. pf. [680 
K. M. Stith, Scammon, Ivans. C 
169410, Dec. 12, 1907. 

F r o g ( The ) and the polliwog ; 

[words by] Amelia M. Starkweather, 

[music by] Edna G. Young. [6S1 

Tu liar-Meredith co., New York, N. 

Y. C 169223, Dec. 10, 1907. 

From a city window ; song for a me- 
dium voice with piano ace. by Kurt 
Schindler, op. 10, poem by Charles 
Hanson Towne. [682 

G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 
160695, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 11, 
1907. 

From the depths ; words by Samuel 
Wood, music by Reed Miller. [683 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 16S113, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Fruhling, du selige zeit; manner- 
chor von Edgar Hansen, op. 25, 
gedicht von Jul. Gersdorff. Svo. 

[684 
Gebriider Hue: & co., Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 165837, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Fruhling slied ; fur vierstimmigen 
mannerchor von Gustav Lewin, op. 
39. (Drei gedichte von Ernst Lud- 
wig Schellenberg no. 2). Svo. [685 
Gebriider Hug & co., Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 165843, Oct. 29, 1907. 



Ml SK'AL COMPOSITIONS 



37 



nos. 1-«">, Jan., IOCS 



Fluitive iykksse: Anise lente, poesie 
de Antoine Gallet, musique de Fer- 
nand Bousquet. Piano et chant. 

[686 
E. Weiller, Paris. France. C 
3376, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Fix in a barp.er shop ; inarch novelty, 
[by] Jesse M. Winne, arr. by Her- 
man Friedricb. Svo. orch. [6ST 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
167072. Nov. 13, 1907: 2 c. Nov. 9, 
1907. 

Gael (Hexri van) Les Chrysanthe- 
mes; six impressions musicales pour 
piano, op. 143-14S. no. 1, Babil- 
lage: no. 2. Simple chanson; no. 3, 
Le refrain du tonnelier ; no. 4, Sous 
la feuillee; no. 5, Serenade; no. 6, 
Seguidilla. [688 

B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- 
manv. C 168420-16S425, Dec. 2, 
1907. 

Gallia ; a motet, music by Charles 
Gounod, arr. for women's voices by 
Max Spicker. (G. Schirmer's coll. 
of oratorios and cantatas.) Svo. 

[689 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. T. C 
165536. Oct. 26, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 28, 
1907. 

Ganby (Joseph) Meditation; pour 
piano redigees et doigtees par Hans 
Harthan. (Recueil de pieces classi- 
ques et mod ernes no. 7.) [690 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 167418, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Gantvoort (A. J.) Gantvoort's school 

music reader. [691 

American book co., New York, 

N. Y. A 186213. Sept. 7, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 9. 1907. 

GANZE (ElN) WELT VOLL LIEBE. A 

world of light and love ; [words by] 
Harry Marschner, tr. from German 
[by] S. A. Kose, [music by] F. Hoff- 
mann. [692 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169014, Dec. 9, 1907. 
Gatherixg lilies ; concert galop ca- 
price, [by] D. Wilson, pf. [693 
W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. C 
167153, Nov. 14, 1907. 

Morceau brillante, [by] Wm. T. 

Meyer, pf. [694 

W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. C 
167152, Nov. 14, 1907. 
Gaubebt iriiiLipPE) Berceuse; pour 
flute, ou violon. avec ace. de piano. 

[695 
Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
168239, Nov. 30, 1907. 



GrAl (The) Gordons; for piano by 
Guy Jones, no. 1, Lancers; no. 2, 
Selection. [696 

Aseherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London. England. C 168666, 168667, 
Dec. 5, 1907. 

waltz by Guy Jones, pf. 

Asherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
Loudon, England. C 167764, Nov. 25, 
1907. 

Georgia (The) maid; [song] by Clyde 
M.. Sines. [697 

C. M. Sines. St. Clair, Mich. C 
168753, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Getting ahead of Santa Claus ; 
Christmas cantata for Sunday- 
schools, music by John P. Hamilton, 
T. Martin Towne. 12mo. [698 

David C. Cook pub. co., Elgin, 111. 
C 167554, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Gevaert (F. A.) Traite d'harmonie; 
theorique et pratique. 2 me partie. 

[699 
Henry Lemoine & cie., Paris, 
France. C 16S217, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Gilis (Antoine) Le jenne violoniste; 
6 morceaux tres faciles a la l ere po- 
sition, avec ace. de piano ; no. 1, 
Confidence ; no. 2, Un reve ; no. 3, 
Air sentimental ; no. 4, Barcarolle ; 
no. 5, Chant seraphique ; no. 6, 
Galop final. [700 

B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- 
manv. C 1675S5-167590, Nov. 21, 
1907 ; 2 c. each Nov. 22, 1907. 

Gird your armor on, [words by]. 

Flora Kirkland, [music by] Howard 

E Smith. [701 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 

166816, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Girl (The) I could not get; words 
by Chas. H. Jones, music by Metro- 
politan music co. [702 
Chas. H. Jones, Merkle, Tex. C 
167105, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Girl (The) I've seen in dreams; 
words by O. A. Hauerbach, music 
by Karl L. Hoschna. [703 

M. W T itmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 166042, Nov. 1, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 11, 1907. 

Girl (The) in the gingham gown; 
words by Evelyn Sterling Sawyer, 
music by Virginia Carewe, arr. by 
W. L. Rosenberg. [704 

E. S. Sawyer, Oneida, N. Y. C 
167415, Nov. 18, 1907. 



38 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIE 






pt. 3, n. s., v. 3 



Girl (The) who thought she 

would; written by George Arthurs, 

composed by Orlando Powell. [705 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 166995, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Girlie goo; [by] Will Rambler, arr. 
by W. R. Stobbe. 8vo. band. [706 

8vo. orch. 

Lenox music co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 165845-165846, Oct. 17, 1907. 

Give heed my heart ; carol for mixed 
voices, words by Luther, music by 
James S. Ford. (Music for Christ- 
mas service, 353). [707 
G. Schirmer jr., Boston, Mass. 
C 167910, Nov. '27, 1907. 

Give me back my dearest dolly; 

words by William R. Cooke, music 

by N. V. Wheeler. [708 

W. R. Cooke, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 168598, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Give me your love; words by Ed. 
Rose, music by Ted. Snyder. [709 
F. A. Mills, New York, N. Y. 
C 16S165, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Globus- marsch ; fur pianoforte von 
Willy Wolf, op. 7. [710 

D. Rahter, Leipzig, Germany. C 
165816, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Glory to God ; Christmas song with 
chorus ad lib., words by F. A. Far- 
rar, music by Julian Edwards, 
no. 2 in G. [711 

Wm. Maxwell music co., New 
York, N. Y. C 16S256, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Glow-worm (The) (Gliihwiirmchen) ; 

idyl, English words by Lilla Cayley 

Robinson, music by Paul Lincke. [712 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 

N. Y. C 167132, Nov. 14, 1907. 

Gluck (Christoph Wilibald v.) Men- 
uett; stiicke alter meister, fur 
violine und klavier, bearbeitet von 
Willy Burmester, band 4 no. 24. 

[713 

Schlesinger'sche buch - u - musik- 

handlung (Robert Lienau), Berlin, 

Germany. C 167579, Nov. 21, 1907; 

2 c. Nov. 22, 1907. 

Go, go. to Santiago; written and com- 
posed by John A. Glover-Kind. 

[714 
Shapiro, VonTilzer music co., Lon- 
don, England. C 167759, Nov. 25, 
1907. 



Go to thy rest in peace; [song by] 
R. H. Randall. [715 

R. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C 
169493, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Go tell the story; words and music 
by C. Will Schwartz. [716 

C. W. Schwartz, Ottumwa, Iowa. 
C 168647, Dec. 5, 1907. 

Go ye out to meet Him ; words and 
music by Sarah Haggard Payne. 

[717 
S. H. Payne, Los Angeles, Cal. C 
167068, Nov. 13, 1907. 

God does nothing in anger ; by Sarah 
M. Cunningham. Song. [718 

S. M. Cunningham, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 166902, Nov. 11, 1907. 

God is not a man ; chorus [mixed 
voices] by J. W. Lerman. (Moli- 
neux' coll. of anthems no. 1231.) 
8vo. [719 

Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 168270, Nov. 30, 1907. 

God of life and God of light ; [words 
by] John R. Clements, [music by] 
John B. Sumner. [720 

J. B. Sumner, Kirkwood, N. Y. C 
167519, Nov. 20, 1907. 
God speed the day; [words by] Liz- 
zie De Armond, [music by] Howard 
E. Smith. . [721 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. 
C 166843, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Godard (Benjamin) Prelude; pour 
piano redigees et doigtees par Hans 
Harthan. (Recueil de pieces class- 
iques et modernes no. 8.) [722 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 167419, Nov. IS, 1907. 
i Golden ( The ) ball ; school operetta, 
written by Mary Millward, music by 
Geo. H. Knight, no. 1, Vocal score, 
staff notation. Svo. [723 

Weekes & co., London, England. 
C 16S355, Dec. 2, 1907. 
Golden dawn ; words by Harold Boul- 
ton, music by Hermann Lokr, in C. 
(Garden songs no. 4.) [724 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167919, Nov. 27, 1907. 
Golden hearts ; by Chastine Johnston 
for piano. [725 

Bell music co., Auburn, Ind. C 
167056, Nov. 13, 1907. 
Golden locks ; a graceful dance, by 
Will E. Dunnage, pf. [726 

Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
O 166975, Nov. 9, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov 6, 
1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



89 



cos. 1-5, Jan., 1008 



Golden (The) magnet: overture by 

C. W. Bennet, concert edition for or- 

chestra. 4to. [727 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 167543, Nov. 20, 1007. 

Golden kod: our national flower song, 
[bv| Mabel McKinley, school version. 
Sv'o. [728 

Leo Feist, Now York, N. Y. C 
167455, Nov. 16, 1007; 2 c. Nov. 15. 
1007. 

[words by] Flora Kirkland, [mu- 
sic by] Howard F. Smith. [720 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166S2S, Nov. 11, 1007. 

Golden (The) wedding: waltz by 
Adolph Schubert, op. 06, for piano. 

[730 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

16S320, Nov. 30, 1007. 

Goldie dear ; words by Ida Greene, 

music by Madden music co. [731 

I. Greene, United States. C 160404, 

Dec. 12, 1007. 

Gondoliers (The) ; barcarolle for the 
piano, by Geo. L. Spaulding. (Pas- 
time pictures no. 6.) [732 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167457, Nov. 10, 1007 ; 2 c. Nov. 20. 
1007. 

Good-bye, Daisy dear: words by 

Claude C. Fassett, music by Madden 

music co. [733 

G. C. Fassett, United States. C 

160401. Dec. 12, 1007. 

Good-bye little humming bird ; words 
and music by Will Letters. [734 

Price & Reynolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 168541, Dec. 3, 1007. 

Good-bye London town; written and 
composed by E. W. Rogers and J. 
Chas. Moore. London, National mu- 
sic pub. co. [735 
Maurice Shapiro, New York, N. Y. 
C 167S44, Nov. 26, 1007. 

Good-bye, m other, [song] by Mrs. J. A. 
Kifer. [736 

Mrs. J. A. Kifer, Custer, Mont. C 
168844, Dec. 6, 1007. 

Good-bye Nannie ; by J. Ivan Wood. 

song. [737 

J. I. Wood. Lexington, Tenn. C 

1668S0, Nov. 11, 1007. 

Good-bye old booze good-bye ; words 

and music by J. W. Reams. [738 

John W. Reams, Oklahoma City. 

Okla. C 160131. Dec. 0, 1007; 2 c. 

Nov. 25, 1007. 



Good-bye, old tear, [words by] Sallie 

K. Best, [music by I Howard E. 

Smith. [739 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 

166S27, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Good-bye, Olga ! written and composed 
by C. W. Murphy and Dan Lipton. 

[740 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 166003, Nov. 12, 1007. 

Good-bye, pal ; [from] The girl from 
Broadway, words by O. A. Hauer- 
bach, music by Karl L. Hoschna. 

[741 
M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 144436, Mar. 2, 1007; 2 c. 
Dec. 2, 1907. 

i Good enough for me: [words by] 
James Rowe, [music by] Thoro Har- 
ris. [742 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166830, Nov. 11, 1007. 

Good for nothing Jim ; words by 

Robert F. Roden, music by J. Fred 

Helf. [743 

Helf & Hager co., New York, N. Y. 

C 166980, Nov. 12, 1907. 

: Good morning [words & music by] 
Edna G. Young. [744 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 160170, Dec. 10, 1007. 

Good-night; bv Mary P. Mann. pf. 

[745 
M. P. Mann, Elkhart, Ind. C 
166057, Nov. 11, 1007. 

i [words by] Amelia M. Stark- 
weather, [music by] Chas. H. Ga- 
briel. [746 
Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169199, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Good-night at the gate; by Ohas. K. 
Burnside. song. [747 

C. K. Burnside, Portland, Oreg. C 
166874, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Good-night, dear love; a serenade, 
[by] J. A. Parks. 8vo. mixed v. 

[748 
J. A. Parks co., York, Nebr. C 
168252, Nov. 10, 1007. 
Good-night, my little one, good- 
night; words by L. R. Wager, music 
by Metropolitan music co. [740 

L. R. Wager, United States. C 
160201, Dec. 11, 1007. 
Good-night, my sweetheart; [song] 
by Lucy M. Scott. [750 

L. M. Scott, Syracuse. N. Y. C 
168756, Dec. 6, 1007. 



40 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 3, 11. s., v. 3 



Good-night, pretty sun ; words anony- 
mous, music by Florence Ames 
Rutty. [751 

F. A. Rutty, New York, N. Y. 
C 159232, Aug. 12, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
11, 1907. 

Gossec (Francois- Joseph) Gavotte; 
stiicke alter meister, fur violine und 
klavier, bearbeitet von Willy Bur- 
mester, band 5 no. 26. [752 

Schlesinger'sche buch- u- musik- 
handlung (Rob. Lienau), Berlin, 
Germany. C 167581, Nov. 21, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 22, 1907. 

GOTT 1ST LIEEE, GOTT 1ST LICHT. God 

is love and God is light*; [words and 
music by] Harry Marschner. [753 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169058, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Gould ( Monk ) Two humorous songs ; 
no. 1, To the moon; no. 2, St. Pat- 
rick, a toast, no. 2, high. [754 
Chappell '& co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 164608, Oct. 16, 1907. 

Gounod (Charles-Francois.) Ave 
Maria ; arr. • by Harry Prendiville 
[for orchestra]. 4to. [755 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
168888, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 10, 
1907. 

Gracey (Maurice) Berceuse; pour 
piano. Paris, Hachette & cie. [756 
W. Smyth, Paris, France. C 
168947, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Gracious (The) woodnymph (Das 
holde elflein) ; song with piano ace. 
by Mary de Montfitchet, op. 7 no. 1, 
[words by] Charles Dalmon. [757 
Augener, limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 167859, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Graff (Carl Frederic) A lullaby e; 

[song]. [758 

Carl Frederic Graff, Melrose Park, 

Pa. C 167493, Nov. 20, 1907; 2 c. 

Dec. 6, 1907. 

Grazioli (G. B.) Menuett; stiicke 
alter meister, fur violine und kla- 
vier, bearbeitet von Willv Burmester, 
band 5 no. 27. [759 

Schlesinger'sche buch- u- musik- 
handlung (Rob. Lienau), Berlin, 
Germany. C 167582, Nov. 21, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 22, 1907. 

Great and marvellous; anthem for 

festival and general use, by Edmund 

Turner, edited by Arthur H. Ryder. 

(Sacred quartets and choruses- no. 

281.) 8vo. [760 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 
168676, Dec. 5, 1907. 



Great God, to Thee our songs we 

raise; [words by] Chas. T. Baylis, 

[music by] I. Allan Sankey. [761 

The Biglow & Main co., New York, 

N. Y. C 167651, Nov. 21, 1907. 



chorus [of mixed 
Lerman. ( Moli- 

of anthems no. 
[762 

New York, N. Y. 
1907. 

Wallace H. Sher- 
[763 
Germantown, Pa. 
1907. 



Great is the Lord; 
voices] by J. W. 
neux' collection 
1235.) 8vo. 

Geo. Molineux, 
C 168268, Nov. 30, 

Grecian march; by 
mer. pf. 

W. H. Shermer, 
C 167180, Nov. 15, 

Green (Lilias) Two songs; no. 1, 
The immortal rose; no. 2, Consola- 
tion, no. 1 for low voice. [764 
Elkin & co., ltd., London, England. 
C 164891, Oct. 18, 1907. 

Grieg (Edvard) Album for piano- 
forte, compiled, edited and fingered 
by Paolo Gallico. Vol. 1. (Half 
hours with the favorite composers.) 
4to. [765 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, N. 
Y. C 167965, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Grosser jubel auf dem huhnerhofe; 
humoreske fur violine & pianoforte 
von Alphons Beck. [760 

Johann Andre, Offenbach a. Main, 
Germany. C 167444, Nov. 19, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 20, 1907. 

Grunfeld (Alfred) Polka-mazurka; 
piano solo. (Ballet-intermezzo no. 
2). [767 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 163996, Oct. 8, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 9, 
1907. 

Guard (The) on the Rhine (Die 
wacht am Rhein) ; for voice and 
piano by Carl Wilhelm, English 
words by Alice Mattullath. [768 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
168331, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Guess who? Action song or chorus 

for boys, girls or both, words and 

music by Frank L. Bristow. [769 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 168465, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Guiding (The) star; words and music 
by Persifor Frazer. [770 

P. Frazer, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
168515, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Guignol; mes jouets no. 18 pour 

piano, par Ed. Malherbe. (Pieces 

enfantines, deuxieme serie). [771 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. O 

166302, Nov. 4, 1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



41 



I 5, Jan., 1908 



Gun (The) hue; march and two step, 
fbv| J. C. Hood. 8vo. for baud. 

[772 
Carl Fischer, New York. X. Y. C 
107410. Nov. IS. 1007. 

for orchestra. Svo. 



Carl Fischer, Now York. N. Y. 
L68314, Nov. 30, 1007. 

GTPSIE A XX. THIS COWBOY LOVES VOL' 

so : words by Jos. McKeon, music 
by Halsey K. Mohr. [773 

Gordon music pub. co.. New York. 
N. Y. C 169391. Dec. 12. 1007. 

Hackett (Henby) Benedicite, omnia 
opera : shortened form, set to music 
in key of D. London. Novello & co., 
limited. Svo. [774 

J. & W. Chester, Loudon, England. 
C 107332, Nov. IS, 1907. 

Hadley (Henry) Symphonic fantasia, 
op. 46. Orchestral parts. [775 

G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 
168147, Nov. 29. 1907. 

op. 46. Orchestra score. 

G. Schirmer. New York. N. Y. C 
167007, Nov. 22. 1007: 2 c. Nov. 23. 
1007. 

Haidexacht (Night on the heath) ; 
fur erne singstimme mit pianoforte 
von Karl Kampf, op. 11, English 
version by Alga Louise Sturm. [776 
Paul Koeppen. Berlin. Germany. 
C 166120. Nov. 2. 1907. 

Hail, bounteous May : soug for a high 
voice with piano ace, by Gena 
Branscombe, words by Milton. [777 
G. Schirmer. New York. N. Y. C 
167474. Nov. 19. 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 20, 
1007. 

Hail our flag ; marching soug for 

flag day, [words by] Sallie K. Best, 

[music by] Howard E. Smith. [778 

Mever & brother. Chicago, 111. 

C 166838, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Hail sacred day of earthly rest; 
sacred song, low voice in C. [words 
by] Godfrey Turing, [music by] 
William G. Hammond. [779 

John Church co., Cincinnati. Ohio. 
C 1700S3, Dec. 21. 1907. 

Hail the Christ: Christmas carol, 
[words by] C. D. Marks, [music 
by] W. L. Mason. (Series 5 of 
sacred quartets & choruses no. 483). 
Svo. [780 

G. M. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. 
C 167939, Nov. 27. 1907. 



Hail! Thou long expected Jesus; 
chorus withoul solos by W. H. G. 
Bradner. (Octavo church music 
no. 108). [781 

Adam Geibel music co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 168198, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Hail to Columbia; [words and music 
by] B. C. Wittenmyer. [782 

B. C. Wittenmyer, Benton Ridge, 
Ohio. C 167693, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Hail to our Queen Immaculate ; duet 
or two part chorus, words by S. C, 
music by E. G. Hurley. [783 

A. H. Rosewig, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170457, Dec. 28, 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1007. 

Hail to the flag; part-song for 
mixed voices, words and music by 
C. C. Stearns. Svo. [784 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 168485, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Halt (M.) Cinq caprices de concert; 
pour violun seul. [785 

Costallat et cie., Paris, France. 
C 166735, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Halcyon march ; [by] Jas. D. Mur- 
phy. Svo. band. [786 
H. E. McMillin. Cleveland, Ohio. 
C 166034, Nov. 1, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 11, 
1907. 

Hallelujalt to tlie Lamb; camp- 
meeting song [by] B. C. Witten- 
myer. [787 

B. C. Wittenmver, Benton Ridge, 
Ohio. C 167696, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Hallow e'en; [words & music by] 
Edna G. Young. [788 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169221, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Hallowed hymns, new and old ; with 
responsive scripture readings, chants 
etc., edited and compiled by I. Allan 
Sankey. Svo. [789 

Biglow & Main co., New York, 
N. Y. A 189770, Oct. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 23, 1907. 

Halsey (Ernest) Andante religioso, 
op. 22 no. 4 ; organ music for church 
and recital purposes. (The organ 
loft no. 125). obi. Svo. 

Vincent music co., ltd., London, 
England. C 169262, Dec. 11, 1907. 

IIambro (Ada Hamilton) Two short 
songs: A, When I'm just as old as 
Jane, B, The way of the world; 
words by Harold Simpson. [791 

Leonard & co.. London, England. 
C 16750S, Nov. 20, 1907. 






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Hand in hand mit meinem Heiland. 
Hand in hand with Christ, my Sav- 
iour; [words & music by] Harry 
Marschner, tr. [by] Wm. Appel. [792 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169029, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Hand me out a laugh : [from] The 
top o' th' world, lyric by James 
O'Dea, music by Anna Caldwell. 

[793 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 166653, Nov. 8, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 13, 1907. 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) Largo 
from Xerxes; transcription by 
Guido Papini for violin and piano. 

. [794 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. ! 
C 168474, Dec. 2, 1907. 

O sacred Head, now wounded; 

anthem for lenten or general use, j 
arr. by F. H. Brackett [mixed voices 
and organ]. (Octavo church mu- 
sic) [795 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 166690, Nov. 9, 1907. 

Priiludium ; stiicke alter meister, 

fur violine und klavier, bearbeitet 
von Willy Burmester, band 5 no. 25. 

[796 

Schlesinger'sche buch- u- musik- 

handlung, (Rob. Lienau). Berlin. 

Germany. C 167580, Nov. 21, 1907; 

2 c. Nov. 22, 1907. 

Handrock (Julius) Scherzino; for 

piano, op. 64 no. 2, edited by Hans 

Lichter. [797 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 167303, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Hanish (Homan Zar-Adusht) Eight 
Mazdaznan songs ; for mixed choir. 

[798 
O. Z. Hanish, Chicago, 111. A 
182102, Julv 16, 1907; 2 c. June 27, 
1907. 

Hans, il suonatore di flauto ; opera 
comica in tre atti, di M. Vaucaire e 
G. Mitchell, traduzione Italiana di 
Carlo Zangarini, musica di Luigi 
Ganne. Opera completa per canto e 
pianoforte. 8vo. [799 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
167631, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Hans und Grete; fur vierstimmigen 
mannerchor a cappella, von Richard 
Fricke, op. 31, gedicht von Robert 
Schmidt. (Fiinf lieder no. 2.) [800 
D. Rahter, Leipzig, Germany. C 
165812, Oct. 29, 1907. 



Happy darkey; by Mrs. P. A. Fair- 
child, song. [801 
Mrs. P. A. Fairchild, McDonough, 
N. Y. C 166949, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Happy days ; march two-step, [by] 

Maurice Levi, arr. by Wm. C. O'Hare. 

Svo. orch. [802 

M. Witmark & sons, New York. X. 

Y. C 16S494, Dec. 2, 1907. 

— — schottische, [by] Marie Greer 

Mac-Donald, pf. [803 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. C 

162703. Sept. 25, 1907: 2 c. Nov. 18, 
1907. 

Happy (A) life; [words by] Sallie K. 
Best, [music by] Thoro Harris. [804 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166824, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Happy moments waltz; [by] Marie 

Greer MacDonald. pf. [805 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. C 

162704, Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 18, 
1907. 

Happy smiles ; words by M. Wilton, 

music by Raymond Ray. [806 

M. Wilton, Kintyre, N. Dak. C 

153392, May 31, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 22, 

1907. 

Happy (The) vale; Japanese love 
song; words by Percy J. Barrow, 
music by Joscelyn Noel. [807 

J. Roberts & co., London, England. 
C 167604, Nov. 22, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 23, 
1907. 

Harding (H. A.) Two Egyptian 
dances ; no. 1, The dance of Nekhbet ; 
no. 2, The dance of Hathor ; for the 
pianoforte. 4to. [808 

Weekes & co., London, England. 
C 168693, Dec. 6, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 10, 
1907. 

Harvest (The) of the sea; Manx 
fishermen's evening hymn, air, 
Eaisht oo as clashtyn (Listen and 
hear), words by W. H. Gill. [Tonic 
sol-fa edition.] [809 

Boosev & co., London, England. 
C 16744S, Nov. 19, 1907. 

Harvest slumber song; [words by] 

W. W. Campbell, [music by] E. 

Whyte, opus. 13, no. 2. [810 

McKechnie music co., Ottawa, 

Canada. C 167734, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Has anybody seen my husband; 

words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by 

Albert Gnmble. [811 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 169073, Dec. 10, 1907. 



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1-5, Jan., 1908 



DU DIE HAND AM PFLUGE? When 

to the plow God calls yon; [words 
& music by] Harry Marschner, tr. 
from German [by] W. Kuhn. [812 
Harry Marschner, United States. 
C 169047, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Hast du micii lieb? Dost Thou love 
me? [words & music by] Harry 
Marschner, tr. from German [by] 
Win. Appel. [813 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169007, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Hastings (Frank Seymour) Intro- 
duction and gavotte. Original edi- 
tion. 1, for violoncello and piano; 2, 
transcription for violin and piano. 

[814 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C[ 
1G1502, 164503, Oct. 14, 1907. 

Have Thine own way, Lord ! [by] 
Geo. C. Stebbins. [815 | 

G. C. Stebbins, Brooklyn, N. Y. C ! 
167069, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Haydn (Franz Joseph) Twenty j 
piano compositions, edited by Xaver ; 
Scharwenka. (The musicians li- i 
brary.) [816 | 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 164SS9, Oct. 14, 1907. 

Sonatas ; for the pianoforte re- 
vised phrased and fingered by Frank- 
lin Taylor; no. 23 sonata in C, the 
English sonata. [817 
Aucener limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 165443, Oct. 25, 1907. 

He is wise ix heart; sacred solo for 
tenor by J. W. Lerman. (Moli- 
neux' collection . . . no. 1644.) 8vo. 

[818 
Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 168273, Nov. 30, 1907. 

He sailed off the edge of the sea ; 
words by Fred. G. Fischer, music by 
Madden music co. [819 

F. G. Fischer, United States. C 
169402, Dec. 12, 1907. 

He shall give His angels charge; 
anthem for men's voices by Alonzo 
Stone. (Sacred quartettes and an- 
thems . . .). 8 to. [820 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. Mass. C 167890, Not. 26, 1907. 

He shall reign forever: Christmas 
anthem with soprano solo, by Caleb 
Simper, edited by Ralph Baird. (G. 
Schirmer's octavo church music no. 
5033). [821 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
168143, Nov. 29, 1907. 



He won tiii: day ; words and music by 
Ethel Joy Miller. [822 

B. J. Miller, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
1G7SSS, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Hf.adliner (The) ; march and two 
step, [by] Alt'. Masterman. 8vo. 
orch. [823 

G. H. Schuster, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. C 166091, Nov. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 16, 1907. 

Hear my prayer ; anthem by B. F. Gil- 
bert. (Oliver Ditson co's octavo ed. 
10695). [824 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 

167036, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Hear, O Father : anthem arr. by B. 
F. Gilbert. (Oliver Ditson co's oc- 
tavo ed., 10692). [S25 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 

167037, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Hear, O Israel ; chorus [mixed 
voices] by J. W. Lerman. Moli- 
neux' coll. of anthems no. 1229). 
Svo. [826 

Geo. Molineaux, New York, N. Y. 
C 168261, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Hear the glad birds sing; [words by] 

S. K. Best; [music by] Howard E. 

Smith. [827 

Meyer & bro., Chicago, 111. C 

166818, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Hear us, O Satioitr ; anthem for the 
close of evening service, adapted 
from Gounod by Arthur H. Ryder, 
(Sacred quartets and choruses no. 
348). Svo. [828 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 
168679, Dec. 5, 1907. 

Heart longings ; waltzes by B. P. Aus- 
tin, pf. [829 
Sprague Green, Erie, Pa. C 
167901, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Heart (A) that's true; part-song for 
male voices, arr. by W. Rhys-Her- 
bert, [words by] E. H. Federlein. 
(Fischer's octavo edition ... no. 
3074). [830 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 167546, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Heart's content; waltzes, by Eda A. 

Scherer, pf. [831 

Endeavor pub. co., Endeavor, Pa. 

C 168997, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Heart's (The) country; [words by] 

Florence Wilkinson, [music by] E. 

Whyte, op. 42, no. 4. [832 

McKechnie music co., Ottawa, 

Canada. C 167744, Nov. 25, 1907. 



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Heavenly (The) telephone; by Al- 
bert R. Miller, song. [833 
Albert R. Miller, Schenectady, N. 
Y. C 166907, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Heil'ge nacht; gedicht von E. Muller- 

Walsdorf, fur eine singstimme und 

pianoforte, von Gustav Lewin. [834 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 

C 168047, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Heimatlied ; von Adolf Philipp fur or- 

cbester, instr. von Otto Lindemann. 

8vo. [835 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 

Germany. C 166152, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Heimweh ; words by John Gibbs, 
music by John Martin. [836 

Selma Gibbs, Pegonias, France. C 
168102, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Helle (Die) sonne leuchtet; lied 
fur eine singstimme mit normal- 
harmonium, von Robert Kahn, op. 
48, no. 2, [ged. von] Fr. von Boden- 
stedt. [837 

Pan] Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 
C 166111, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Heller (Stephen) Tarantelle, op. 85 

no. 2 ; piano, revised and fingered by 

Hans T. Seifert. [838 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

168323, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Her college boy; by M. J. Benedict, 
song. . [839 

M. J. Benedict, Carpio, N. Dak. O 
166956, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Her majesty's ship Pinafore, by Sul- 
livan; operatic fantasie [for piano 
duet] by Jean Paul. [840 

Kunkel bros., St. Louis, Mo., in 
renewal for 14 years from Oct. 27, 
1907. C 165514, Oct. 26, 1907; 2 c. 
Oct. 28, 1907. 

Herbststimmtjng ; walzer von Paul 
Lincke fur pianoforte. [841 

Apollo-verlag, Berlin, Germany. C 
168084, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Here's hopin' ; words by F. L. Stanton, 
music by W. H. Neidlinger, medium 
v. [842 

William Maxwell music co., New 
York, N. Y. C 169169, Dec. 10, 
1907. 
Hermes (Eduard) Barcarolle; arr. by 
H. Rhys-Herbert for male voices, 
[words by] E. H. Federlein. (Fis- 
cher's octavo choruses . . . no. 
3070.) [843 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
G 167550, Nov. 20, 1907. 



Heroine march; by Alfred H. West. 

pf. [844 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 

London, England. C 169427, Dec. 

13, 1907. 

Herr, bleib' bei uns ! [words by] 

L. H. Donner, [music by] G. A. 

Guenther. [845 

G. A. Guenther, Newark, N. J. 

C 169389, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Herrmann (Willy) Adagio D dur, 
op. 75; fur violine und normal-har- 
monium. [846 
Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 
C. 166123, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Herz (Das) voll sonnenschein. 
Christ is mine ; [words & music by] 
Harry Marschner, tr. from German 
[by] Wm. Appel. [847 

H. Marschner, Ignited States. C 
169008, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Herzen (Die) der 'fratj'n von Ber- 
lin ; aus Das muss man sehn, von 
Victor Hollaender, arrangiert von 
Peter Renk fur zither, obi. 12mo. 

[848 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 167603, Nov. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 12, 1907. 

Hesitation ; ballad by C. A. White, 
arr. by Wm. Gooch, words by Hope 
Arden. [849 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Nov. 15, 1907. C 165890, Oct. 
30, 1907. 

Heure (L') supreme; valse lente by 
Adolf Lotter, for orchestra. 8vo. 

[850 
Hawkes & son, London, England. 
C 166574, Nov. 7, 1907. 

Heures douces; poesie de A. L. Het- 

tich, musique de J. Toutain-Grun. 

chant et piano. [851 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 

168243, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Heute 1ST DIE angenehme zeit ; 
[words & music by] Harry Marsch- 
ner. [852 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169053, Dec. 9, 1907. 

High stepper; march and two step, 
by Anthony J. Stastny, arr. by A. 
L. Maresh. pf. [853 

A. J. Stastny, Cleveland, Ohio. 
C 169382, Dec. 12, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
30, 1907. 



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nos. 1-5. .Tan.. 1908 



Hill (E.1 Magnificat in D; anthem, 
My soul doth magnify the Lord. [854 
E. Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
1G4312, Oct. 9, 1907. 

Him mel (Der) auf erden. Heaven 
on earth: [words by] Harry Marsch- 
ner, tr. [by] Wm. Appel, [music 
by] Harry Marschner. [S55 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169006, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Himmltsche (Der) gast. The heav- 
enly i;uest: [words by] Harry 
Marschner, tr. from German [by] 
S. A. Kose. [music by] G. Berndt. 

[856 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169016, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Hindoo honey ; words by Earle C. 
Jones, music by Herman Avery 
Wade. [S57 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 107218, Nov. 15, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 21, 1907. 

Hingegeben; [gedicht von] Carl 
Stieler. [musik von]. Carl Beines, 
op. 82. (Drei lieder no. 1.) [85S 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 108426, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Hippety-hop, [words by] Amelia M. 

Starkweather, [music by] Edna G. 

Young. [859 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, 

N. Y. C 169200, Dec. 10, 1907. 

His name is rum ! " [words by] James 
Rowe, [music by] Thoro Harris. 

[860 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166S30, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Histoire d'amour ; paroles de Armand 

Foucher, musique de Ch. Borel- 

Clerc. [861 

G. Ricordi & c. Milano, Italy. C 

167243, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Hociizeitsreise (Die) ; duett fur einen 
herrn und eine dame, musik von 
Heinrich Yollrat Schumacher. (Un- 
sere blauen Jungens no. 1). [862 

Eduard Bloch, Berlin, Germany. 
C 165086, Oct. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1907. 

Hofmann (Richard) Drei instructive 
sonatinen ; fur violine mit piano- 
forte, op. 125. no. 1, sonatine B-dur, 
1. lage; no. 2, sonatine A-moll 1.-2. 
lage ; no. 3, sonatine G-dur 1.-3. lage. 

[863 
Otto Junne, Leipzig, Germany. C 
165079-165081, Oct. 21, 1907. 



Hohe (Deb) gast. The honored 
guest; I words by] Harry Marschner, 
tr. from German [by] AY. Kuhn, 
[music by] H. von Berge. [864 

II. Marschner, United States. C 
169023, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Hohenzollern und Oranien ; ein va- 
terlandischer zyklus, fur mannerchor 
bariton solo und klavierbegleitung, 
bearbeitet von Hans Sitt, op. 100, 
mit verbindende dichtung von Karl 
Bieber, deutsche text-ubertragen von 
Albert Schwieck. [865 

Albert Schwieck, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 168403, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Hohes/Ein) lied: [gedicht von] Lud- 
wig Scharf, fiir eine singstimme mit 
klavierbegleitung, von Fritz Fleck, 
op. 8. (Fiinf gesange no. 5). [866 
C. A. Challier & co., Berlin. Ger- 
many. C 168432, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Holbrooke (Joseph) Sonate; pour 
violon et piano, op. 6 no. 1. [867 
J. H. Larway, London, England. 
C 167S42, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Hollaender (Gustav) Mazurka : fur 
die violine mit begleitung des piano- 
forte, op. 04. [868 
Virgii-verlag, Berlin, Germany. 
C 168070, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Hollaender (Victor) Albumblatt; 
vortragssttick fiir violine oder vio- 
loncell mit begleitung des klaviers. 

' [869 
Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 
C 166125, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Baby-duett : aus Das muss man 

seh'n, revue von Julius Freund, fiir 
gesang no. 5. [870 

Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 104001. Oct. S, 1907; 2 c. 
Oct. 9, 1907. 

Kasino-walzer ; arr. by Oscar 

Coon [for orchestra] piano ace. 

[871 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. Ger- 
many. C 104009, Oct. 10, 1907. 

Marchen und triiume ; [aus] Das 

muss man seh'n, revue von Julius 
Freund, fur gesang no. 7 a hoch. 

[872 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 104003, Oct. 8, 1907; 2 c. 
Oct. 9, 1907. 

Potpourri, aus der revue, Das 

muss man seh'n ; fiir klavier. [873 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. Ger- 
many. C 104792, Oct. 17, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Oct. 10, 1907. 



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Hollaender (Victor) — Continued. 

Revue-quadrille, lancier ; aus Das 

muss man seli'n, eingerichtet von Al- 
brecht Kupfernagel, fur klavier no. 
8. [874 

Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 168098, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Hollins (Alfred) Regina cceli; an- 
them of Our Lady from Easter to 
Trinity. (Cantiones sacra? no. 51). 
8vo. [875 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 168955, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Holy, Lord God Almighty; chorus 
[mixed voices] by J. W. Lerman. 
(Molineux' coll. of anthems no. 
1237). 8vo. [876 

Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 168263, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Holy (The) mountain; [song by] R. 
H. Randall. [877 

R. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C 
169490, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Home (The) of the Celt and the 
Gael ; lyric by A. B. McKernan, 
music by Win. O'Gorman, jr. [878 
Chas. K. Harris, New York, N. Y. 
C 162993, Sept. 30, 1907 : 1 c. Oct. 30, 
1907 ; 1 c. Nov. 16, 1907. 

Home song; hymn anthem, words by 

John D. Dennis, music by Chas. 

Boyd. [879 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 

169527, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Home sweet home ; by Margis-Berger, 
for, piano, 3 mandolins and guitar. 

[880 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 168612, Dec. 4, 1907. 

march, [by] M. Greer MacDon- 

ald. pf. [881 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. 
C 162705, Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
18, 1907. 
Homeward (Heimwarts) ; by Arnoldo 
Sartorio, piano piece, grade 2. 
(Scenes of youth, no. 22.) [882 

Augener, limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 167927, Nov. 27, 1907. 
Honey bee; gavotte, [by] Pearl Staf- 
ford, piano, four hands. [883 
W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 

169528, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Honor bound; march [by] Victor G. 
Boehnlein. 8vo. band. [884 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
168967, Dec. 7, 1907. 

8vo. orch. 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
167075, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 9, 
1907. 



Hope thou in God; song without 
words, by F. May Grant, pf. [885 

F. M. Grant, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
167984, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Horrid (The) cigarette; [words by] 

Frances E. Bolton, [music by] 

Thoro Harris. [8S6 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 

166859, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Hosanna in the highest; Christmas 
carol, in unison or parts of mixed 
voices, words by Joseph Fletcher, 
music by Wm. Dressier. (Octavo 
music no. 4.) [887 

Joseph Fletcher, Ridgefield Park, 
N. J. C 167966, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Hosianna ! ; adventssondag, ord af S. 
M. Hill, [musik af] R. Lagerstrom. 

[888 
Kyrkosangen pub. co., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. C 166795, Nov. 11, 
1907. 

Hour (The) of love; song, words by 
R. H. Elkin, music by R. Barthelemy. 

[889 

G. Ricordi & co., Milano, Italy. C 
167195, Nov. 15, 1907. 

House (The) that Jack built; words 
by Ed. Gardenier, music by James 
Brockman. [890 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 165709, Oct. 28, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 21, 1907. 

House (The), the flat and the bun- 
galow ; written by George Arthurs, 
composed by C. W. Murphy. [891 
Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, 
England. C 167753, Nov. 25, 1907. 

House (The) with the raisin roof; 

verse by Childe Harold, music by 

Lydia Coe. [892 

Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago, 

111. C 168136, Nov. 29, 1907. 

How could I, could I know ; by Ber- 
nice Benton, song. [893 

B. Benton, Beebyplain, Vt. C 
166875, Nov. 11, 1907. 

How'd you like to be the elevator 
boy. Going up, going down ; lyric 
by Eugene Bisbee, music by Samuel 
Lehman. [894 

Joseph Lehman, New York, N. Y. 
C 168207, Nov. 30, 1907. 

How excellent is Thy name; [song 
by] Jno. R. Bryant. [895 

R. H. Randall Wilmette, 111. C 
169502, Dec. 14, 1907. 



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nos. J-r>. .ian.. 1908 



How great auk His sions; chorus 
[mixed voices] by J. W. Lerman. 
(Molineux' coll. of anthems no. 
1230.) Svo. [896 

Geo. Molineux, Now York, N. Y. 
C 168259, Nov. 30, 1007. 

Hubay (Jeno) 3 ,me concerto; pour 
violon avec ace. d'orchestre. op. 99. 
Reduction de piano par l'auteur, 
revidiert von Willi. Dugge. [S97 j 

Jul. Heiur. Zimmermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 1639S9, Oct. 8, 1907 ; 2 
c. Oct. 9, 1907. 

Hunt (H. G. Bona via-) The office 
for the Holy Communion; a simple 
arrangement of the plain song in [ 
Merbecke's book of common prayer 
noted, in unison or for four voices. 
London. Novello & co., limited. Svo. 

[898 
H. G. Bonavia-Hunt, Burgess Hill, 
England. C 164415, Oct. 14, 1907. 

Hunt (Noel Bonavia-) Improvisa- 
tion for diapasons; organ music for 
church and recital purposes. (The 
organ loft no. 126). obi. Svo. [899 
Vincent music co., ltd., London, 
England. C 169263, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Hurdy-gurdy (The) man plays; [by] 
Henry Mansfield, pf. [900 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167783, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Hurlstone (William Y.) Five mini- 
ature ballads; a song-cycle, words 
by Olive Christian Malvery, German 
and French versions by Adolph G. 
Haltenhoff. no. 1, soprano. 4to. 

[901 
Goodwin & Tabb, London, Eng- 
land. C 169121, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Hurrah, for the Fourth ! [words & 
music by] Edna G. Young. [902 

Tnllar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169193, Dec. 10. 1907. 

Husii-a-bye; by Elizabeth MacDou- 
gall; song. [903 

E. MacDougall, Cashmere, Wash. 
C 166955, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Hymn to Elihu Burritt; by Elise 

Traut. Svo. [904 

E. Traut, New Britain, Conn. C 

164739. Oct. 17, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 12, 

1907. 

I ain't a goin' to marry for love no 

more; words and music by May 

Irwin. [905 

Rose and Snyder co., New York, 

N. Y. C 167140, Nov. 14, 1907. 



1 ain't got no farver ; or, My little 
stick; written and composed by R. 
P. Weston and Fred J. Barnes. 

[906 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 167370, Nov. 18, 1907. 

I AM LONELY TO-NIGHT LOVE WITHOUT 

you: [by] Mrs. Rebecca S. Scott. 

[907 
Mrs. R. S. Scott, Mishawka, Ind. 
C 16G917, Nov. 11, 1907. 
I'm looking for the man who wrote 
The merry widow waltz ; words by 
Edgar Selden, music by Seymour 
Furth. [908 

Maurice Shapiro, New York, N. Y. 
C 169507, Dec. 14, 1907. 
I am missing something so ; composed 
by Josephine O'Reilly, song. [909 
J. O'Reilly. Midland, Tex. C 
167111, Nov. 12, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 28, 
1907. 
I am thinking of my mother ; by Ul- 
rich N. Clement, song. [910 

TJ. N. Clement, Shreveport, La. C 
166943, Nov. 11, 1907. 

I AM THINKING OF YOU, JUST YOU; 

written and composed by Harry 
Castling and Fred Godfrey. [911 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 168662, Dec. 5, 1907. 

I CAN'T THINK OF NOTHIN' IN THE 
WIDE, WIDE WORLD BUT YOU; [SOng 

from] The shoo-fly regiment, lyric 
by Bob Cole, music by J. Rosamond 
Johnson. [912 

Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York, N. 
Y. C 164679, Oct. 16, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 
12, 1907. 

I COULDN'T FIND A NICER LITTLE GIRL 

than you ; words by A. E. Sidney 
Davis, music by John Neat. [913 
Price & Reynolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 168542, Dec. 3, 1907. 

I- cycles ; rag two step, [by] James E. 
C. Kelly, pf. [914 

J. E. C. Kellv, Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
166726, Nov. 11, 1907. 

I'd like to have you for my girl! 

Written and composed by Mellor, 

Lawrance and Gifford. [915 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 168524, Dec. 3, 1907. 

I'd rather be a Billy" goat in Har- 
lem, THAN A RACE HORSE ON A BLUE 

grass farm ; [froni] The sunny side 
of Broadwav, words and music by 
Boyle Woolfolk. [916 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 1669S6, Nov. 12, 1907 ; 
2 c. Nov. 13, 1907. 



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I DIDN'T KNOW I LOVED YOU TILL YOU*D 

gone; words by Glen E. Curtis, mu- 
sic by Raymond Ray. [917 
G. E. Curtis, Guilford, N. Y. C 
157672, July 19, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 

I gave you roses ; words by Walter E. 
Grogan, music by Florence Aylward. 
no. 2 in C. [918 

Cliappell & co., ltd.. London, Eng- 
land. C 167863, Nov. 26, 1907. 

I HAVE MORE TIME THAN MONEY | WOrdS 

by Louis Moskowitz, music by S. 
Clarence Engel. [919 

L. Moskowitz, New York, N. Y. C 
167103, Nov. 13, 1907. 

I HAVE TO TRAMP AND TRAMP AND 

tramp; the policemen's song, words 
and music by Manuel Klein. [920 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 168115, Nov. 23, 1907. 

I idolize Ida, from Mary's lamb, [by] 
Richard Carle, key of G, hotel orch. 
no. 119. 8vo. [921 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 166772, Nov. 11, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 9, 1907. 

I know not where; words by Sophia 
Spaulding Pence, music by Raymond 
Ray. [922 

S. S. Pence, Paradise, Cal. C 
162001, Sept. 16, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 

I know what love is ; words and 

music by J. K. Emmet. [923 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio, 

in renewal for 14 years from Dec. 

8, 1907. C 168878, Dec. 7, 1907. 

I'll be there on the square: words 

by Jeff T. Branen, music by Evans 

Lloyd, [924 

J. T. Branen co., Chicago, 111. C 

168743, Dec. 6, 1907. 

I'll be your little chickabiddy 

chum; by H. M. Cain. song. [925 

H. M. Cain, United States. C 

134330, Nov. 12, 1907; 2 c. June 29, 

1907. 

I'll be your sweetheart if you'll be 
mine; [by] Frank B. Smith, song. 

[026 
F. B. Smith, McComb, Okla. C 
166918, Nov. 11, 1907. 

I'll come back again ; [song] by M. 
A. Mavarre. [927 

M. A. Mavarre, Scappoose, Oreg. 
C 168830, Dec. 6, 1907. 



I'll do the same for you; words by 
Sam M. Lewis, music by Dave Rose. 

[928 
Theo. Bendix. music publisher, 
New York, N. Y. C 167476, Nov. 
19, 1907. 

I'll love you just as long as you are 
true : words and music by Donald 
J. Shook, a rr. by Raymond Coates. 

[929 

D. J. Shook, Jackson, Mich. C 
J 49759, Apr. 19, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 12, 
1907. 

I'll love you. yes, I'll love you. 
Song. [930 

Cora Barbour, Colorado Springs, 
Colo. C 1GGSSS, Nov. 11, 1907. 

I'll wed you when the summer 
comes again ; words by Evan Wat- 
kins, music by Raymond Ray. [931 

E. Watkins, Niles. Ohio. C 
157719, July 24, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 

I love but thee; or, A story of the 
heart, [by] Marie Greer MacDonald. 
pf. [932 

M. G. MacDonald. Chicago, 111. C 
162706. Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 18, 
1907. 

I love but you sweetheart : words by 
Thadeus Jones, music by Raymond 
Ray. [933 

T. Jones, Ontario, Canada. C 
160309. Aug. 24. 1907; 2 c. Nov. 30, 
1907. 

I love you like the Yankee loves 
the red. white and blue; words by 
Ernest Camp Gregory, music by 
George Mitchell. [934 

E. C, Gresrorv, Norfolk, Va. C 
144142, Feb. 26, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 12, 
1907. 

I love you. only you ; words and 
music by Wm. J. Flaherty and 
Patrick J. Barrett, a it. bv J. J. 
Nolan. [935 

Barrett & Flaherty music co., Bos- 
ton. Mass. C 168940, Dec. 9, 1907. 

I love you so; words and music by 
C. E. Schofield. mezzo sop. or bari- 
tone in E flat. [936 
Charles E. Schofield. Marshall. 
Mich. C 156544, Julv 8, 1907: 2 c. 
Nov. 29, 1907. 

I'm a lonesome maid; [by] Ed. 

Rogers. 8vo. orchestra. [937 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 

N. Y. C 168131, Nov. 16, 1907: 2 c. 

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I'm a-bunning after Nancy; song in 
Lonesome town, words and music by 
Dave Reed. [93S 

M. Witmark & sons. Now York. 
N. Y. C 162674, Sept. 24, 1007; 2 
c. Doc. 7, 1907. 

I'm a very nervous man: by Richard 
Carlo, son-. [939 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, N. 
Y. C 168499, Dec. 2, 1907. 

I'm a veteran of '63; words by Her- 
bert. Holcombe, music by Theodore 
Morse. [940 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 168254, Nov. 30, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 23, 1907. 

I'm always thinking of you; words 
and music by Jos. E. Strohm. [941 
J. E. Strohm. New York, N. Y. C 
166983, Nov. 12, 1907. 

I'm getting up a soap order; [song 
bv] Y. L. Beebe. [942 

Y. L. Beebe, Odin, Pa. C 168851, 
Dec. 6, 1907. 

I'm going to try my luck in London ; 
written bv Paul Pelham, composed 
by Herbert Pule. [943 

Monte Carlo pub. co., London, Eng- 
land. C 16501S, Oct. 19, 1907. 

I'm grandfather clock ; [words by] 

Lizzie De Armond, [music by] I. H. 

Meredith. [944 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169219, Dec. 10, 1907. 

I'm rehearsing with a Broadway 
show ; [from] Yama, words by Ed- 
gar Selden, music by Seymour 
Furth. [945 

Maurice Shapiro, New York, N. 
Y. C 16S901, Dec. 7, 1907. 

I'm still thinking, thinking of 
you ; words by Minnie Darby, music 
by Raymond Pay. [946 

M. Darbv, San Diego, Cal. C 
162004, Sept. 16, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 

I'm the leader of the social band ; 
words and music by Kenneth S. 
Clark. , [947 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168130, Nov. 16, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 15, 1907. 

I'm the man that kept the banks 
from going broke ; words by Arthur 
J. Lamb, music by Karl L. Hoschna. 

[948 
M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
N. Y. C 168195, Nov. 29, 1907. 

24166—08 4 



I'M lUYlN' TO GIVE SOMEONE ELSE 
5T01 B CORNER OF M V HEART J by Daze 

C. Runion. song. [949 

D. C. Runion, Hackensack, N. J. 
C 166911, Nov. 11, 1907. 

I'M TYING THE LEAVES SO THEY WON'T 

come down ; medley waltz, intro. 
What will your answer be, [by] J. 
Fred. Helf, arr. by T. Cooper. Svo. 
orch. [950 

Helf & Hager co.. New York, N. 
Y. C 167520, Nov. 20, 1907. 

I'm wondering if you will always 

ee true; by Mrs. J. L. Limerick. 

Song. [951 

Mrs. J. L. Limerick, Garnett, Ga. 

C 166938, Nov. 11, 1907. 

I miss thee Loree; words by Alonzo 
A. Govern, music by Wm. F. Jackson 
and W. H. Wiggins. [952 

A. A. Govern, New York, N. Y. C 
167229, Nov. 14, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 8, 
1907. 

I SAID HELLO SHE SAID THE SAME; 
THEN WE BOTH SAID GOOD-BYE ; WOrdS 

bv Ed. Pose, music by Maxwell Sil- 
ver. [953 
F. A. Mills, New York, N. Y. C 
16S8S7, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

I SENT MY GIRL A KISS BY WIRELESS 

telegraph ; [song] by Will Bow- 
mann. [954 

W. Bowmann, Volga, W. Va. C 
16S761, Dec. 6, 1907. 

I SHAN'T SPEAK TO YOU ANY MORE ; 

written and composed by Chas. Col- 
lins and Chas. Ridgw^ell. [955 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 168523, Dec. 3, 1907. 

I STOOD ON MY FEET ONE EVENING; 

[song] by Thomas H. Losey. [956 
T. H. Losey, Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
16SS26, Dec. 6, 1907. 
I've a little favor ; [song from] The 
rich Mr. Hoggenheimer, words by 
Paul West, music by Jerome D. 
Kern. [957 

T. B. Harms co., New York, N. Y. 
C 167027, Nov. 12, 1907. 
I've got nothing to do but love; 
words and music by May Irw 7 in. 

[958 
Pose and Snyder co., New York, 
N. Y. C 167139, Nov. 14, 1907. 
I've got the riding habit ; written by 
George Arthurs, composed by Or- 
lando Powell. [959 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 16756S, Nov. 21, 1907. 



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I've never had a beau; [song] by C. 
Ransom Howard. [960 

C. R. Howard, Paterson, N. J. C 
168777, Dec. 6, 1907. 

I've only one little flower; written 
and composed by E. W. Rogers. 

[961 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 167908, Nov. 27, 1907. 

I WANT SOMEBODY TO LOVE ME J SOng, 

[by] G. H. Pelissier. 8vo. orch. 

[962 

Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 

England. C 169231, Dec. 11, 1907. 

I want to go to Georgy ; [song] by 

W. M. Hobby. [963 

W. M. Hobby, Sylvania, Ga. O 

168801, Dec. 6, 1907. 

I want you Pat; [song] by J. A. 

Widner. [964 

J. A. Widner, Millersburg, Ind. C 

168793, Dec. 6, 1907. 

I WAS GLAD WHEN THEY SAID UNTO ME J 

anthem by B. F. Gilbert. (Oliver 
Ditson co.'s octavo ed. 10693). 

[965 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 167035, Nov. 12, 1907. 

I WATCH AND WAIT BY THE WESTERN 

sea; words by F. D. McMillan, mu- 
sic by Arthur A. Penn. [966 
Metropolitan music co., New York. 
N. Y. G 167007, Nov. 12, 1907. 

I WHL LIFT UP MINE EYES \ [by] E. L. 

Ashford. soprano solo. [967 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

168731, Dec. 6, 1907. 
I will love but you, love; words and 

music by Bert Potter. [968 

Geo. M. Krey, Boston, Mass. O 

167160, Nov. 14, 1907. 

I WILL MEET YOU IN THE BYE AND BYE ; 

words and music by Frieda P. C. 

Hall. [969 i 

Davis bros., Chicago, 111., C 

168628, Dec. 4, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 21, 

1907. 
I will play; duetto for soprano and 

alto, by Geo. W. Bacon. [970 

R. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C 

169503, Dec. 14, 1907. 
I wish for thee; by D. F. Brown. 

song. [971 

D. F. Brown, Pittsburg, Pa. C 
166945, Nov. 11, 1907. 

I wish you luck ; written and com- 
posed by Fred J. Barnes and R. P. 
Weston. [972 

Shapiro, Yon Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 168949, Dec. 
9, 1907. 



I wonder if it's you; words by Vin- 
cent Bryan, music by Charlotte 
Blake. [973 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 167710, Nov. 23, 1907. 

I wonder who? [words by] Amelia M. 

Starkweather, [music by] Philip 

Philips. [974 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169198, Dec. 10, 1907. 

I wonder why I love you ; words by 

Edmund J. Ley, music by Arthur A. 

Penn. [975 

E. J. Ley, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 

168S86, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Ich glaub', lieber schatz (I fear me, 
sweet love) ; fur eine singstimme 
mit pianoforte, von Leopold Karlin- 
sky, English words by John Bern- 
hoff. (Sechs lieder no. 1.) [976 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 
Germany. C 166146, Nov. 2, 1907. 
Ich glaub', lieber schatz; fur mit- 
tlere singstimme mit Klavierbeglei- 
tung von Rich. J. Eichberg, op. 31. 
(Drei lieder no. 3). [977 

Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. C 
166118, Nov. 2, 1907. 
If I only had an auto; by Jas. H. 
Checkett. song. [978 

J. H. Checkett, St. Louis, Mo. C 
166868, Nov. 11, 1907. 
If love could waken; words by 
Walter E. Grogan, music by Carl- 
ton Mason. No. 1 in B flat. [979 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167449, Nov. 19, 1907. 
If love were what the rose is; 
[words by] Swinburns, [music by] 
Victor Herbert. [980 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168108, Nov. 23, 1907. 
If my little girl were a tiny star; 
song with piano ace, words by Lil- 
lian Wells-Ogle, music by Arthur 
Melvin Taylor. High voice in G. 

[981 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 
167941, Nov. 27, 1907. 
If the Missis says its black; writ- 
ten by Leedham Stanley, composed 
by David Davies. [982 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 168661, Dec. 5, 1907. 
If the world don't treat you right 
come home but dont come around 
near me; words & music by May 
Irwin. [983 

Rose & Snyder co., New York, 
N. Y. C 167137, Nov. 14, 1907. 



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If we were Christmas-trees; [words : 
by] Lizzie De Arinond, [music by] 
Howard E. Smith. [9S4 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166832, Nov. 11, 1907. 

If you'll be true; words by R. R. 

Eldridge, music by Madden music 

co. [9S5 

R. R. Eldridge, Hewlett, Va. C 

107092. Nov. 13, 1907. 

If you'll walk with me; [from] The 
girl behind the counter, words by i 
Edgar Selden, music by Paul Ru- 
bens. [986 
Maurice Shapiro, New York, X. Y. 
C 168900, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Il etait une fois ; ariette dans le style 
ancien, pour piano par F. Varenne. i 

[987 ! 
Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 
Paris, France. C 166171, Nov. 2, ! 
1907. 

Immer voran ! [words and music by] 
Harry Marschner. [98S 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169056, Dec. 9, 1907. 

In an arbor green; by E. Kuhlstrom, 

piano piece grade 2. (Scenes of 

youth no. 36) [989 

Augener, limited, London, England. 

C 167930, Nov. 27, 1907. 

In der fremde; fur vierstimmigen 
mannerchor a cappella, von Rich- 
ard Fricke, op. 31, gedicht von Adolf 
Bartels. (Fiinf lieder no. 4) [990 
D. Rahter, Leipzig, Germany. C 
165814, Oct. 29, 1907. 

In der fruhe (Day-dawn) ; [text von] 
E. Morike [English version] John 
Bernhoff, [musik von] Max Reger. 
(Autographen-album in liedern I 
moderner meister ... no. 6) obi. I 
8vo. [991 j 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. | 
C 168040, Nov. 29, 1907. 

In heavenly love abiding ; [words | 
by] Anna L. Waring, [music by] Ira 
B. Wilson. [992 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. | 
C 168732, Dec. 6, 1907. 

[music bv] Stanley F. Wide- 

ener. [993 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 1667S0, Nov. 11, 1907. 

In joyful mood ; for violin and piano 
by Henriette Weber, sc. & v. pt. 

[994 
W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 166789, Nov. 11, 1907. 



IX KNECHT RUPRECHTS WERKSTATT ; ehl 

Weihnachts-Marchenspiel in einen 
akt, fiir schule, haus und btihne, 
dichtung von Hildegard Voigt, musik 
von Wilhelm Kienzl, op. 75. Zwei- 
handiger Klavierauszng. 4to. [995 
Verlag der musikwelt, Robert 
Reibenstein, Berlin, Germany. C 
16S055, Nov. 29, 1907. 

In lust und schmerzen (In joy, in 
sorrow) ; [text von] P. Cornelius 
[English version] John Bernhoff, 
[musik von] Alexander Ritter, op. 
7 no. 3. (Autographen-album in 
liedern moderner meister . . . no. 
9) obi. Svo. 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 16S043, Nov. 29, 1907. 

In old Kentucky: march and two 
step, by Jos. E. Strohm. pf. [997 
J. E. Strohm, New York, N. Y. 
C 166982, Nov. 12, 1907. 

In our merry auto ; [words & music 
by] Edna G. Young. [998 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169209, Dec. 10, 1907. 

In peace with Thee; duet for so- 
prano, and baritone or tenor, words 
by Washington Gladden, music by 
George B. Nevin. [999 

Adam Geibel music co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 167135, Nov. 14, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 13, 1907. 

In Persia; intermezzo, by Ellis R. 
Ephraim. pf. [1000 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168860, Dec. 6, 1907. 

In Philadelphia ; [from] Hip ! Hip ! 
Hooray ! lyrics by Whitford Wat- 
son, music by Gus Edwards. [1001 
G. Edwards music pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 167439, Nov. 19, 
1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 1907. 

In Rhode Island far away; words 
and music by Edgar L. Pomeroy. 

[1002 
E. L. Pomerov, United States. 
C 137750, Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
4, 1907. 

In springtime; [words by] Alice E. 
Hobbs, [music by] Arthur Melvin 
Taylor, in E flat, (Two love songs 
no. 1) Revised edition. [1003 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. 
C 167953, Nov. 27, 1907. 

In the ending of the year; [words 
by] Dr. Neale, composed by Arthur 
Henry Brown. (Novello's Christ- 
mas carols no. 344) 12 mo. [1004 
Novello & co., limited, London, 
England. C 168373, Dec. 2, 1907. 



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Ik the golden days ; waltz [by] 
Katherine Ormsby. pf. [1005 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 1677S4, Nov. 25, 1907. 

In the grey of morning early ; 
words by Georgiana M. De L'Au- 
biniere, music by Elizabeth E. Need- 
ham. No. 1 iu F. [1006 
J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., London. 
England. C 187199, Nov. 15, 1907. 

In the highlands; barcarolle by 
Horace Hills, jr., op. 53 no. 1, for 
the piano. Philadelphia, Hatch mu- i 
sic co. [1007 

Horace Hills, jr., Baltimore, Md. 
C 167191, Not. 15, 1907. 

In the isle of pines; words by 
Daniel Kolb, music by Madden mu- 
sic co. [1008 

D. Kolb, Schenectady, N. Y. 
C 168885, Dec. 7, 1907. 

In the land of somewhere; [words 
& music by] Edna G. Young. [1009 
Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. 
Y. C 169205, Dec. 10, 1907. 

In the lane; song for a medium 
voice with piano ace, by Harry 
Alexander Matthews, words by C. G. 
Rossetti. [1010 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167382, Nov. 18, 1907. 

In the quiet grave; [song by] R. H. 
Randall. [1011 

It. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C 
169491, Dec. 14, 1907. 

In the Sha's domain ; characteristic 
march for the pianoforte, by Carl 
Wolf. [1012 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167465, Nov. 19, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
20, 1907. 

In the silvery light of the moon ; 
boat song; [words by] E. Douglas, 
[music by] Metropolitan music co. 

[1013 

E. Douglas, New York, N. Y. C 
167109, Nov. 13, 1907. 

In the springtime; by J. W. Han- 
cock, song. [1014 
J. W. Hancock, Burlington, Iowa. 
C 166922, Nov. 11, 1907. 

In the summer time; by Ludwig H. Inghelbrecht (D. E.) ; suite petite- 
Schmidt, song. [1015 | Russienne; sur des thenies popu- 
L. H. Schmidt, United States. C j laires P° lu " P iano - 4to - t 1025 
353893, June 6, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 12, E. Demets, Paris, France. C 
1907. 167775, Nov. 22, 1907. 



In the twilight (Im dammerlicht) ; 
reverie for piano, by W. O. Forsyth, 
op. 31, no. 1. [1016 

The Nordheimer piano & music 
co., ltd., Toronto, Canada. C 167835, 
Nov. 26, 1907. 

In the valley of the Merrimac ; song 

for medium voice, words and music 

by N. B. Sargent. [1017 

N. B. Sargent, Haverhill, Mass. C 

167982, Nov. 29, 1907. 

In the valley stands a tree; part 
song for male voices, [words by] E. 
H. Federlein, [music by] W. Spei- 
del, arr. by W. Rhys-Herbert. 8vo. 

[1018 
J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 168747, Dec. 6, 1907. 

In the wildwood where the stream 
flows by; words by Emil Michen- 
felder, music by John Martin. [1019 
E. Michenfelder, St. Louis, Mo. C 
161994, Sept. 16, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 30, 
1907. 

In the years gone by; composed by 
Willis R. Bargar. song. [1020 

W. R. Bargar, Berwick, Pa. C 
167452, Nov. 4, 1907. 

In Vienna woods (Geschichten aus 
dem Wiener wald) ; waltz, words by 
Abbie Farwell Brown, [music by] 
Joh. Strauss, arr. for mixed voices 
by Osbourne McConathy. Svo. [1021 
C. C. Birchard & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 169125, Nov. IS, 1907. 

Indian (The) serenade; [words by] 
Percy Byssche Shelley, [music by] 
Franz C. Bornschein. Svo. mixed v. 

[1022 
Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago, 111. 
C 169284, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Infatuation; words by Frederic Ar- 
thur Stanley, music by Marie Home. 

[1023 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167867, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Infinite (The) shining heavens; 
song for bass or baritone, words by 
Robert Louis Stevenson, set to music 
by S. C. Colburn. [1024 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 
167951, Nov. 27, 1907. 



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L-5, Jan., 1908 



DU( rORY SIGHT-SINGING MELODIES J 

by B. W. Newton. 12ino. [1026 

(Jinn & co., Boston, Mass. C 
162494, Sept. 23, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 25, 
1907. 

Investigation; composed by David 
Seymour, song. [1027 

I>. Seymour, Rochester, N. Y. C 
167453, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Invitation (The) : two-part song for 
boy's voices, words by Marie von 
Vorst, music by Edgar T. Cook. 8vo. 

[102S 
Novello & co., limited, London, 
England. C 168218, Nov. 30, 1907. 

[words bv] James Rowe, [music j 

by J Tlioro Harris. [1029 j 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
1GGS23, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Invitation (L') au voyage; poeme de I 
Charles Baudelaire, [musique de] j 
Rene Chausarel, pour voix moyenne 
avec. ace. de piano. [1030 

E. Demets, Paris, France. C 
166753, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Irish (The) American; by Mary E. 

Gaffney Williams, song. [1031 

M. E. G. Williams, Colorado, 

Springs, Colo. C 166914, Nov. 11, 

1907. 

Irish (An) love song; song with 
piano ace, [words by] Thomas Val- 
entine Dale, [music by] Arthur 
Melvin Taylor. High voice, C mi- 
nor, revised edition. [1032 
G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 
167962, Nov. 27, 1907. 

words and music by C. S. Briggs. 

[1033 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167464, Nov. 19, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 20, 
1907. 

Isle of beauty; overture, [by] Geo. 
D. Barnard. 8vo. orch. [1034 

C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, Iowa. 
C 169237, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Isn't it lovely- to be in love? written 
by Paul Pelham, composed by Her- 
bert Rule. [1035 
Monte Carlo pub. co., London, Eng- 
land. C 165019, Oct. 19, 1907; 2 c. 
Oct. 9, 1907. 

Isn't it nice to be nice to a nice 

girl ; written and composed by C. W. 

Murphy and Dan Lipton. [1036 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 167566, Nov. 21, 1907. 



1st Gottes gnade nicht genug? Is 
not God's grace sufficient now for 
thee?; [words and music by] Harry 
Marschner, tr. from German [by] 
W. Kuhn. [1037 

II. Marschner, United States. O 
169021, Dec. 9, 1907. 

It came upon the midnight clear; 
Christinas song with piano ace. by 
Edward Campion, words by E. H. 
Sears. High in C. [1038 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167473, Nov. 19, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 20, 
1907. 

[words by] Edmund Hamilton 

Sears, [music by] William Moreton 
Owen, low voice in G flat. [1039 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 169170, Dec. 10, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 9, 1907. 

It don't seem like Christmas at our 

house; words by James F. Langan, 

music by Walter L. Rosenberg. [1040 

J. F. Langan, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 16S669, Nov. 25, 1907. 

It pays to trust ; words and music by 
C. Will Schwartz. [1041 

C. W. Schwartz, Ottumwa, Iowa. 
C 168648, Dec. 5, 1907. 
It's a certainty that you're in love ; 
words and music by Edward Mon- 
tagu. [1042 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 167752, Nov. 25, 1907. 

It's our silver wedding ; or, The night 
watchman; written by Edgar Bate- 
man, composed by C. W. Murphy. 

[1043 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 167755, Nov. 25, 1907. 

It was my wife; words and music by 
George H. Upthegrove. [1044 

Globe music co., New York, N. Y. 
C 166723, Nov. 11, 1907. 
It was sudden, very sudden ; words 
by Vincent Edw. Blood, music by 
Raymond Ray. [1045 

V. E. ■ Blood, Winona, Minn. C 
150385, May 3, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 
Ivresse d'amour; melodie langouresse 
par C. Kapeller, piano solo. [1046 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany, 
C 166128, Nov. 2, 1907. 
Ivy- (The) green; by E. Kuhlstrom, 
piano piece grade 2. (Scenes of 
youth no. 2). [1047 

Augener, limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 167921, Nov. 27, 1907. 



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Jack and the owl; [words by J 

Amelia M. Starkweather, [music 

by] Edna G. Young. [1048 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169182, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Jack (A) of diamonds ; words by Wil- 
bur K. Weisiger, music by Philip G. 
Parenteau. [1049 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. O 124229, June 25, 1906 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 16, 1907. 

Jackson (B) Berceuse [and] Abend- 
lied; for the organ. New edition, 
no. 1. [1050 

Vincent music co., ltd., London, 
England. C 165310, Sept. 30, 1907. 

■ Marche. joyeuse; for the organ. 

new edition no. 3. [1051 

Vincent music co., ltd., London, 
England. C 165312, Sept. 30, 1907. 

Variations on a well known 

hymn-tune ; for the organ. New edi- 
tion no. 2. [1052 
Vincent music co., ltd., London, 
England. C 165311, Sept. 30, 1907. 

Jacob (Georges) Symphonie; pour 

grand orgue. 8vo. [1053 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 

Paris, France. C 1661S4, Nov. 2, 

1907. 

James (B. Percy) Two responses; 
Lighten our darkness, and With 
prayer and supplication. (Octavo 
church music no. 248.) [1054 

Wm. Maxwell music co., New 
York, N. Y. C 169164, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Jane ! Jane ! Jane ! song and chorus, 
written and composed by Cecil Lid- 
den. [1055 
Charles Sheard & co., London, 
England. C 169264, Dec. 11, 1907. 

January; [words & music by] Edna 
G. Young. [1056 

Tullar-Mereditn co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169180, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Japanese lullaby; poem by Eugene 
Field, music bv Jennie MacKinnon. 

[1057 
J. MacKinnon, United States. C 
168934, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Jasmine blossoms ; waltz, [by] G. 
Muder. mand. orch. pts. [1058 

Wm. C. Stahl, Milwaukee, Wis. 
C 167298, Nov. 16, 1907. 



Je voudrais vous porter des fleubs ; 
poesie de Franco is-Guil la unie de 
Maigret, musique de Georges 
Sporck. Piano et chant. Pfister 
freres, Paris, France. [1059 

Georges Sporck, Paris, France. C 
166329, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Jeanette waltzes ; by S. C. Miller, pf. 

[1060 
S. C. Miller, Los Angeles, Cal. C 
166954, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Jeannette's wooing; duet, music by 
E. Jaques-Dalcroze, English versioD 
by J. E. Hoare. [1061 

Sandoz, Jobin & cie., NeucMtel, 
Switzerland. C 167594, Nov. 21, 
1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1907. 
Jehovah ; a sacred cantata, setting 
forth the attributes of God, by J. W. 
Lerman. no. 1596. Svo. [1062 

Geo. Molineaux, New York, N. Y. 
C 168276, Nov. 30, 1907. 
Jepson (Harry Benjamin) Four or- 
gan pieces. Ballade; Caprice; Le- 
gende; Sortie nuptiale. [1063 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167205-167208, Nov. 15, 1907. 
Jerusalem, haf upp din rost ! ord af 
J. O. Wallin, musik af Josef Richer. 

[1064 
A. L. Skorg, Minneapolis, Minn. 
C 167998, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Jessie when she smiles; by D. E. 

Caldwell, song. [1065 

D. E. Caldwell, Osceola, Ark. C 

168248, Nov. 29, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 14, 

1907. 

Jesu fodelse ; liturgi och program for 
sondagsskolans julfest. Kompon- 
erad och arr. af Peter R. Melin. 
j2mo. [1066 

Kyrkosangen pub. co., Minneap- 
olis, Minn. C 166802, Nov. 11, 1907. 

[song by] Hartman-Larson. [1067 

Engberg-Holmberg pub. co., Chi- 
cago, 111. C 1665S4, Nov. 6, 1907. 

Jesu, word of God incarnate. Ave 
verum ; by Ch. Gounod, arr. by Vic- 
tor Harris for four-part chorus of 
women's voices. (G. Schirmer's oc- 
tavo choruses ... no. 4956.) [1068 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167383, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Jesus is coming; [words by] El. 
Nathan, [music by] James McGrana-. 
han. [1069 

Mrs. Addie McGranahan, Kins- 
man, Ohio; in renewal for 14 years 
from Mar. 12, 190S. C 168367, Dec. 
2, 1907. 



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nos. 1-3. Jan., 190S 



Jesus is oik shepherd; sacred solo, 
alto or bass in D, words by ll. 
Stowell, music by Walter C. Wil- 
kinson. [1070 
Win. A. Pond & co., New York, 
X. Y. C 167648, Nov. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 19, 1907. 

Jests is pleading ; [words by] Stella 

May Thompson, [music by] Geo. W. 

Bacon. [1071 

P. H. Randall, Wilmette, III. C 

109504, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Jesus rettet. Jesus saves you ; 
[words by] C. J. Bender, tr. from 
German [by] W. Kuhn, music by 
F. Hoffmann. [1072 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169040, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Jeu de grace; mes jouets no. 17, pour 

piano, par Ed. Malherbe. (Pieces 

enfantines, deuxieme serie.) [1073 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 

166301, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Jeu de massacre; mes jouets no. 13, 
pour piano, par Ed. Malherbe. 
(Pieces enfantines deuxieme serie.) 

[1074 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
106297, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Jeux d'enfants ; 5 petites pieces as- 
sez faciles, pour piano par Aime 
Lachaume. no. 1, La corde; no. 2, 
Pigeon vole; no. 3, Berceuse pour 
ma poupee ; no. 4, La glissade ; no. 5, 
Les petits soldats. [1075 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
167254-16725S, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Jog ox, jog ox ; by Ernest Bristow 
Farrar, op. 4, no. 3. (Stainer & 
Bell's male voice choir library, edited 
by Geo. F. Geaussent.) [1076 

Stainer & Bell, London, England. 
C 168352, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
22, 1907. 

Johxxie ! Me axd you ! The street 
Arabs, written and composed by Cor- j 
ney Grain. [1077 

Reynolds & co., London, England. ] 
C 166744, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Johnny Canuck; march song, words 
and music by Herbert Leiser. [1078 
H. Leiser, Victoria, British Co- 
lumbia. C 1676S9, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Joli matin; piece pour piano, par 

Frederic Binet, op. 86. [1078£ 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
167358, Nov. 18, 1907. 



Jolly heart; words by Oliver Oak, 
music by A. Sarga, in B flat. [1079 
Leonard & co., London, England. 
C 166997, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Jolly jingles; characteristic march 

two-step by W. C. Powell. [1080 

Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland, 

Ohio. C 167732, Nov. 16, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 6, 1907. 

Jolly (The) widow; selection arr. by 
Gustav Saenger for piano. [1081 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
16S333, Nov. 30, 1907. 

| Jones (Marion) Eight first grade 
piano pieces. 1, Scherzino ; 2, A sur- 
prise ; 3, minuet; 4, May Day song; 
5, Jolly riders; 6, What the birds 
say. [1082 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 167479-1674S3. and 167485, Nov. 
19, 1907. 

I Jota de Pablo ; pour violon avec ace. 

d'orchestre, par Pablo de Sarasate, 

op. 52. Partition, 8vo. [1083 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig, 

Germany. C 168067, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Joy: vocal duet, words by Clifton 
Bingham, music by Ed. St. Quentin. 

[1084 
W. Morlev & co., London, Eng- 
land. C 168665, Dec. 5, 1907. 

| Joy (The) of the game; by Mollie 
Mason, song. [1085 

M. Mason, Evanston, 111. C 
166924, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Joy to the world : composed by Lillie 

Shepherd, song. [1086 

L. Shepherd, Centropolis, Mo. C 

20728, Jan. 27, 1902; 2 c. Sept. 16, 

1907. 

[words by] Isaac Watts, [music 

by] A. J. Showalter. [1087 

A. J. Showalter, Dalton, Ga. C 
167673, Nov. 22, 1907. 

Joyful success; [bv] W. F. Sudds, 
pf. [1088 

W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. C 
167155 Nov. 14, 1907. 

Joyous (The) birth; Christmas carol- 
anthem, [words and music] by Adam 
Geibel. (Octavo church music no. 
107). [1089 

Adam Geibel music co.. Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 16SH97. Nov. 29, 1907. 



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Joyous peal, ye Christmas bells; 
Christmas anthem for chorus of 
mixed voices with tenor and so- 
prano soli and organ ace. by C. 
Whitney Coombs, words by L. M. 
Wookey. (G. Schirmer's ... oc- 
tavo church music no. 5010). [1090 
G. Schinner, New York, N. Y. C 
166793, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Christmas song with piano ace. 

by C. Whitney Coombs, words by 
L. M. Wookey. High in C. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167083, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 11. 
1907. 

Joys of youth; for piano by Franz 
Breyer. no. 1, Promenade march; 
no. 2, Waltz; no. 3, Schottische; 
no. 4, Polka-rondo; no. 5, Two-step; 
no. 6, Gondelied; no. 7, Galop; no. 
8, Gavotte; no. 9, Intermezzo; no. 
10, Reverie. [1091 

W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 165126-165135, Oct. 17, 
1907. 

Julbon, [words by] Topelius, [music 
by] Gronland. [1092 

Engberg-Holmberg pub. co., Chi- 
cago, 111. C 166585, Nov. 6, 1907. 

Julefeid ; [words by] A. Wermelin, 
[music by] Crussell-Larson. [1093 
Engberg-Holmberg pub. co., Chi- 
cago, 111. C 166587, Nov. 6, 1907. 

Julfrid; [ord af] O. M., [musik afl 

01 of K. Mob erg. [1094 

O. K. Moberg, Crookston, Minn. 

C 167977, Nov. 29, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 6, 

1907. 

Julie; a plantation idyll, two step 
[by] Bertram Joyce. 8vo. orch. 

[1095 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 166999, Nov. 12, 1907. 

pf. 



Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167627, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Julsang; damkor, [song by] R. La- 
gerstrom. [1096 

Kyrkosllngen pub. co., Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. C 166797, Nov. 11, 1907. 

ord af Augustus Nelson, musik af 

C. A. Lonnquist. [1097 

Kyrkosiingen pub. co., Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. C 166799, Nov. 11, 1907. 

ord af J. Th. Jacobson, musik af 

A. L. Skovg. [1098 

A. L. Skovg, Minneapolis, Minn. 
C 167997, Nov. 29, 1907. 



June roses ; waltz song, words by 
Emily Forster Webster, music by 
John Martin. [1099 

E. F. Webster, South Bend, Ind. 
C 162190, Sept. IS, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
13, 1907. 
Jungle (The) song; by M. E. Brunot. 

[1100 
M. E. Brunot, Baton Rouge, La. 
C 168786, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Junior outlook club; [words by] 
Amelia M. Starkweather, [music by] 
H. R. Palmer. [1101 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. 
Y. C 169212, Dec. 10, 1907. 
Just a little on account ; words and 
music by Geo. W. Meyer. [1102 

Helf & Hager co., New York, N. 
Y. C 167981, Nov. 12, 1907. 
Just a little orphan in the odd fel- 
lows home ; words and music by W. 
H. Walker. [1103 

W. H. Walker, Dallas, Tex. C 
168922, Dec. 9, 1907. 
Just another Christmas in my 
cabin; [song] by May Ann Smith 
Perry Good. [1104 

M. A. S. P. Good, Edwardsville, 
111. C 168813, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Just as sweet as you can be; words 
and music by J. Edwin Collins. 

[1105 
Collins & Steffan, Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 168898, Dec. 7, 1907. 
I Just one San Francisco; words by 
Lillian H. Shuey, music by M. Ruth 
MacDonald. [1106 

L. A. Bailey, Oakland, Cal. C 
167441, Nov. 19, 1907. 
| Just some one; by Will R. Anderson, 
arr. by W. C. O'Hare, for male 
voices. 8vo. [1107 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168854, Dec. 6, 1907. 

j waltz, [by] Will R. Anderson, arr. 

by W. C. O'Hare. 8vo. band. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168487, Dec. 2, 1907. 
j Just to know you love me; words 
and music by Geo. Searing Smith. 

[1108 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 

N. Y. C 166397, Nov. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Dec. 13, 1907. 

i Just to remind you; by Nathaniel 

Mann. no. 1. Key of B flat vocal 

orch. 954. 8 vo. no. 2. Key of C 

vocal orch. 955. Svo. [1109 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 168493 & 16S492, Dec. 2, 

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Just too sweet for words; words and Keep \\: good cheeb; words by David 

music by Lawrence Hanray. [1110 Henry Wright, music by Franklin 

Hopwood & Crew, Ltd., Whittman. [1120 

London. England. C 168401, Dec. 2, David Henry Wright, Philadel- 

1907. phia, Ta. C 16S164,'Nov. 20, 1907. 



you. dear, you; words by A. G. 
Delamater, music by Carl Hand. 

[1111 
Maurice Shapiro. Now York, N. Y. 
C 107030. Nov. 12, 1007. 

Ka-ke-me: march and two step, [by] 
Mabel Harrison, pf. [1112 

B. E. Can field & co., Holton, Kans. 
C 106672. Nov. 9, 1907. 

Kampermann (Ernsts Sangergruss; 

[ged. von] Richard Jiickel, fiir vier- 
stimmigen mannerchor. Partitur. 
Breitkopf & Hartels chorbibliothek 
no. 1917). 8vo. [1113 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, N. 
Y. C 16S4S2, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Kampf (Karl) Miirchen; vortrags- 
stiick fiir violine oder violoncell 
mit besleituug des klaviers, op. 14 
no. 1. " [1114 

Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 
C 166107, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Kansas : words and music by Hum- 
phrey W. Jones. [1115 
H. W. Jones. Topeka, Kans. C 
167217, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Karpow (Michel) 3 etudes de salon; 
pour le piano, op. 4, revidiert von 
WUh. Dugge. no. 1, re-majeur ; no. 
2, lab majeur: no. 3, fa- mineur. 

[1116 
Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 1647S0-1647S2, Oct. 17, 
1907. 2 c. each Oct. 16, 1907. 

Katjn (Hugo) Scherzo; fiir Kleines 
orchester, op. 70. (Drei einfache 
stiicke no. 1). [1117 

Chr. Friedrich Yieweg, g. m. b. h.. 
Berlin, Germany. C 165277, Oct. 23, 
1907. 

Keep away; from the girls; quartett 
for male voices by Cyril Fox, arr. 
by Win. Dressier. (Secular octavo 
music). [HIS 

Wm. A. Pond & co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 16S556, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Keef pegging away ; song for boys ; 
[words by] Lizzie De Armond. [mu- 
sic by] Howard E. Smith. [1119 
Meyer & brother. Chicago, 111. C 
166S17, Nov. 11. 1907. 



Kehre doch heim ! [words and music 
by] Harry Marschner. [1121 

H. Marschner. United States. C 
169063, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Kelley (Edgar Stillman-) Quartett; 
fiir 2 violinen, viola und violoncell, 
op. 25. Kl. partitur. 16mo. [1122 

Albert Stahl, Berlin, Germanv. C 
167633, Nov. 21, 1907. 

— — — Stimmen. 



Albert Stahl, Berlin, Germany. C 
164684, Oct. 16, 1907. 

Kentucky' wedding knot : novelty two 
step, [bvl A. W. Turner. Svo. orch. 

[1123 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
16S96S, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Kidder (The) ; characteristic march, 
[by] Harry D. Bushnell. Svo. band. 

[1124 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
167070, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 9, 
1907. 

King (The) of love: sacred song, 
words by Sir H. W. Baker, music by 
T. B. Starr, no. 1, low voice; no. 2, 
high voice. [1125 

William Maxwell music co., New 
York. N. Y. C 169167 & 169168, Dec. 
10, 1907. 

Kingston (Matthew) Magnificat and 

Nunc dimittis: set to music in A 

flat major. Svo. [1126 

M. Kingston, Romford, England. 

C 166736, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Kiss the girl if y*ou're going to; 

written and composed by Barnes 

and Weston. [1127 

Francis, Dav & Hunter. London, 

England. C 166992, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Kitty ! kitty* ! kitty* ! [words & music 
by] Edna G. Young. [112S 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. 
Y. C 169206, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Kleine (Die) Tonkinesin (Petite 
Tonkinoise) ; schottisch fiir zither. 
1. ausgabe in treble u. bass clef; 2, 
ausgabe ireble clef. [1129 

Friedrich Aureus, Hamburg, Ger- 
manv. C 168057, 16S05S, Nov. 29, 
1907. 



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Kleinpaul (Alfred) Kinderfreuden ; 

6 leichte toiistiicke fiir kleine hiinde, 

fur pianoforte, op. 20. [1130 

Hercules Hiuz, Altona, Germany. 

C 168072, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Klose (Fbiederich) Praeludium und 
doppelfuge; fiir orgel, choral am ; 
schluss mit 4 trompeteu und 4 po- 
saunen. [1131 

Fr. Klose, Miincken, Germany. C 
166141, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Kmoch (Fr.) Landler (Sousedsky) : 

valcik waltz, arr. by Em. Sniotlacha 

for orchestra. Svo. [1132 

Joseph Jiran, Chicago, 111. C 

167310, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Knights (The) templar; overture by 
Geo. Koppitz, for band. 8vo. [1133 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
168309, Nov. 300, 1907. 

Knott (Thomas B.) Scale and arpeg- 
gio manual. (Ricordi edition, 
111886.) [1134 

G. Ricordi & co., Milano, Italy. C 
164354, Oct. 12, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 14, 
1907. 

Komm, sei du mein ; lied fiir eine 
mittlere singstimme mit pianoforte- 
begleitung von Fritz Gambke, op. 
10 no. 2, gedicht von Jorg Joachim. 

[1135 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
: N. Y. C 166162, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Kommet nur, ihr kinder. Come, ye 
children, [words and music by] 
Harry Marschner, tr. from German 
[by] W. Kuhn. [1136 

Harry Marschner, United States. 
C 169033, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Koneeta; by Nora Novella Hoel; 
Song. [1137 

N. N. Noel, St. Marys, Ohio. C 
166S87, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Kornelia ; valse viennoise, par Alex. 

Maitinaky, orchestre par Frederic 

Le Rey, piano-conducteur. [1138 

A. Maitinsky, Paris, France. C 

167772, Nov. 22, 1907. 

Krantz (A) 7 me grand solo; pour 

flute avec ace. de piano. [1139 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig, 

Germany. C 164754, Oct. 17, 1907; 

2 c. Oct. 16, 1907. 



Kratzer (Heinrich) Walzer nach 
motiven der operette Prinz Harald's 
brautfahrt, arr. fiir klavier 2 ms von 
G. Yolk. [1141 

W. Sulzbach, Bonn am Rhein, 
Germany. C 164766, Oct. 17, 1907; 
2 c. Oct. 16, 1907. 

[fiir orchester]. Svo. 



W. Sulzbach, Bonn am Rhein, 
Germany. C. 165799, Oct. 29, 1907. | 

Keawutschke (Robert) Mass for 
four voices ; soprano, alto, tenor, and 
bass, no. 44, edited by James T. 
Whelan. Svo. [1142 

Catholic music pub. co., Boston, 
Mass. C. 166565, Oct. 19, 1907. 

Kuhlau (Friedrich) Menuett ; stucke 
alter meister, fiir violine und kla- 
vier, bearbeitet von Willy Burmes- 
ter, band 4 no. 22. [1143 

Schlesinger'sche buch- u. musik- 
handlung (Rob. Lienau), Berlin, 
Germany. C 167577, Nov. 21, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 22, 1907. 

Kuyper (A. P.) Two beautiful piano 

solos. A sweet memory; and A 

thought of thee. [1144 

A. P. Kuyper, Pella, Iowa. C 

166985, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Labor day; [words by] Amelia M. 

Starkweather, [music by] Edna G. 

Young. [1145 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. 

Y. C 169202, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Lack (Th.) Saltarelle; caprice op. 

135. Metrostyle 75103. [1146 

.Eolian co., New York, N. Y. C 

167051, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 15, 

1907. 

Lacome (P.) Bercelonnette ; [pour] 

violoncelle et piano, et violon. (La 

douce maison no. 2.) [1147 

Costallat et cie., Paris, France. C 

168379, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Lambert (Alexander) Piano method 
for beginners; a practical and sim- 
ple method of piano instruction. 4to. 

[1148 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
165537, Oct. 20, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 28, 
1907. 



— 10 me grand solo; pour flute avec Lament of the winds; [words by] 

ace. de piano. [1140 Lampman, [music by] E. Whyte, 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig, opus. 10, no. 2. 

Germany. C 164776, Oct. 17, 1907; McKechnil music co.. Ottawa, 

2 c. Oct. 16, 1907. Canada. C 167733, Nov. 25, 1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



5<> 



nos. 1-5. Jan.. IOCS 



Land (The) of dreams waltz; [by] 
Geo. L, Spaulding. pf. [1150 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167781, Nov. 25, 1007. 

Land (Tin:) of Q] ad tomorrow : song; 
words by Harold Simpson, music by 
Marcus Hope. no. 2 in G. [1151 

Charles Sheard & co., London, 
England. C 16S104, Nov. 22, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 21, 1907. 

Land of the maple ; Canadian march 
by L. P. Laurendeau for band. Svo. 

[U52 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
16S307, Nov. 30, 1907. 



for orchestra. Svo. 



Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
16S315, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Land (The) where the buckeyes 
grow ; bv Kate D. Gordon, song. 

[1153 
K. D. Gordon, Columbus, Ohio. C 
16S925, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Landry (Alrert) Gavotte et pasto- 
rale; pour piano. [1154 
Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 
Paris, France. C 166176, Nov. 2, 
1907. 

Laxgage des fleurs ; valse by 
Charles J. Robert, arr. by M. Ret- 
ford [for band]. (Boosey's mili- 
tary journal no. 3). [1155 
Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 167445, Nov. 19, 1907. 

Large (S. de) Albumblatter ; fur 
klavier, op. 91. [1156 

J. Rieter-Biedermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 165804, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Languid a; valse Italienne pour piano, 

musique de Speranza - Camusat. 

Paris, P. Martha. [1157 

Speranza-Camusat, Paris, France. 

C 166748, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Lanterne magique; mes jouets no. 
14 pour piano, par ed Malherbe. 
(Pieces enfantines, deuxieme serie). 

[1158 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
166298, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Last night; words by Clarence P. 
McDonald, music by Walter Cole- 
man Parker. [1159 
W. C. Parker, New York, N. Y. C 
168616, Dec. 4, 1907. 



Last night as I lay sleeping ; words 
anon., composed by George C. Martin. 
(Novello's Christmas carols no. 339). 
12 mo. [1160 

Novello & co., ltd., London, England. 

C 168374, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Last (The) rose of Summer; waltz, 

intro. Forsaken ; and The palms, 

[by] Frank Holliday. pf. [1161 

Academic music co., New York, N. 

Y. C 169295, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Lauda zion; composed by Remigio 
Ozcoz y Calahorra, edited by R. R. 
Terry. (Cantiones sacrae no. 49). 
Svo. [1162 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167832, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Laughing eyes ; an Indian love affair, 
words and music by Tom Mellor, 
Alf. J. Lawrance and Harry Gif- 
ford. [1163 

Price & Reynolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 168543, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Laura Lillian ; waltzes, composed by 
Philip F. P. Willrich. pf. [1164 

John J. Noonan & co., Buffalo, N. 
Y. C 169371, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Lauretta; intermezzo two step, by 
Fred Daniels, pf. [1165 

F. Daniels. Chicago, 111. C 167160, 
Nov. 22, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1907. 

Lazy Daisy Dill ; [w T ords by] Amelia 

M. Starkweather, [music by] Edna 

G. Young. [1166 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. 

Y. C 169222, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Lazyland ; words and music by Paul 
A. Rubens. [1167 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167000, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Lebet wohl ! Fare you well ! [w 7 ords 

and music by] Harry Marschner, tr. 

[by] Wm. Appel. [1168 

H. Marschner, United States. C 

169064, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Lederer (Dezso) Scenes Hongroises; 
six poemes pour violon avec ace. de 
piano : 5 e poeme, Ritsca buza. [1169 
Alphonse Leduc, P. Bertrand & 
cie., Paris, France. C 166169, Nov. 
2, 1907. 

Legacies : words by Ethel Wetherald, 

music by Caro Roma. [1170 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 

Y. C 165499, Oct. 25, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 15, 1907. 



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Legende (Eine) ; aus Alte weisen (Old ! 
Swiss lays) yon Gottfried Keller, , 
fur eine singstirnme und klavier j 
yon Kurt Scliindler, op. 9, hoch. 
(Fiinf lieder no. 1). [1171 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
166699, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 11, I 
1907. 

Lehar (Feanz) Waltz-intermezzo, 
from The Jolly widow; arr. by Carl j 
Hofmann for piano. [1172 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C ; 
168332, Nov. 30, 1907. 

waltz intermezzo, from The Jolly 

widow; arr. by L. P. Laurendeau 
for band. 8vo. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C l 
168308, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Lehrer (Der) und die schulerin; 
duett aus Die gelbe gefahr, text von 
Alfred Schonfeld, [musik] von. Jul. 
Einodshofer. [1173 

Apollo-verlag, Berlin, Germany. 
C 168439, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Lenormand (Rene) Nouvelles valses 
serieuses; pour piano. l er volume, 
nos. 1-5. [1174 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 
Paris, France. C 166178-166182, 
Nov. 2, 1907 ; 2 c. each Nov. l, 1907. 

Le Sexier (Peter) Fivefold Amen; 

[mixed voices]. (Choir journal no. 

2143 ) . [1175 

B. F. Wood mnsic co., Boston, 

Mass. C 167216, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Lesson (the) that i learned on 
mother's knee; song, by Anthony 
F. Borell. [1176 

A. F. Borell, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
164119, Oct. 8, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 30, 
1907. 

Lest you forget ; by James A. Bell. 

Song. [1177 

J. A. Bell, Cincinnati, Ohio. C 

166935, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Let rum alone; [words by] James 

Rowe, [music by] Howard E. Smith. 

[1178 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166841, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Let's be happy" while our love lasts ; 
by Alice Barnicoat. Song. [1179 
A. Barnicoat, Onset, Mass. C 
166937, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Let's be sweethearts; words and 
music by W. Dayton Wegefarth. 

[1180 
W. D. Wegefarth, Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 169065, Dec. 9, 1907. 



Let's go axd sit on the piazza; 
words and music [by] George Spink. 

[1181 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 168123, Nov. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 15, 1907. 

Let this little spray of holly; 
Christmas song, words by Delia Ly- 
man Porter, music by William E. 
Haesche. [1182 

M. Steinert & sons co., New 
Haven, Conn. C 167659, Nov. 22, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1907. 

Let us now go even unto Bethle- 
hem ; anthem for Christmas by Fred 
W. Peck. (Choral album no. 483). 
8vo. [1183 

Bayley & Ferguson, London, Eng- 
land. C 166727, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Let us sing unto the Lord; [by] 

Chas. M. Davis, song. [1184 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

168554, Dec. 3, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 4, 

1907. 

Leuchtende tage ; lied fur eine sing- 
stimme mit normal-harmonium von 
Robert Kahn, op. 48. no. 3, [ged. 
von] L. Jakobowski. [1185 

Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 
C 166112, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Leuchtkugeln ; von John Klein, op. 

43, potpourri fiir militar-musik, arr. 

von A. Reckling. [1186 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 

Germany. C 166153, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Levres closes; valse lente par Fran- 
cois Simon, orchestre, piano conduc- 
teur. Svo. [1187 

J. Mekains, Bruxelles, Belgium. 
C 166320, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Levy" (Maurice) Fantaisie romanti- 

que; pour violon et piano. [1188 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 

Paris, France. C 166170, Nov. 2, 

1907. 

Lied am herd ; aus der sammlung, Die 
Kleinen virtuosen, fiir pianoforte zu 
4 handen, von H. Ailbout, no. 7. 

[1189 
Eisoldt & Rohkrainer, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 166142, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Lied eines madchens (The love-lorn 
maiden's song) ; fiir eine singstirnme 
mit clavierbegleitung, von Max Re- 
ger, op. 104, English version by John 
Bernhoff, ausgabe tief. (Sechs- 
lieder no. 4.) [1190 

Otto Forberg, Lipzig, Germany. 
C 167615, Nov. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



()1 



nos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Life's the candy when the girl 
you love loves you ; words by Moul- 
ton G. Farnhain, music by Ernest 
R, Ball. [1191 

31. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 107701, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Light (The) that lies; [words by] 

Thomas Moore, [music by] Bruno 

Hulm. low voice in F. [1192 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

C 166978, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Like as the hart desireth the 
waterbrooks ; anthem for general 
use, [words] Psalm V, music by W. 
H. Hewlett. [1193 

Anglo-Canadian music publishers 
ass'n., ltd., Toronto, Canada. C 
167663. Nov. 22, 1907. 

Like me good and strong; words by 
Geo. J. Green, music by Will P. Kel- 
gard. [1194 

G. Selig pub. co., New York, N. Y. 
C 169066, Dec. 7, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 30, 
1907. 

Likin' ain't like lovin' ; words and 
music by James Reese Europe. [1195 
Victoria music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 167177, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Lili virtuose : 12 petits morceaux 
d'auteurs celebres, graves en grosses 
notes arr. excessivement faciles et ' 
soigneusement doigtes, par G. E. ; 
Malezieux. (Album pour les tous 
petits, 3 feme serie). [1196 

G. Legouix, Paris, France. C 
168372, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Lily (The) and the rose: [words by] 
Amelia M. Starkweather, [music by] 
Edna G. Young. [1197 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169174, Dec. 10, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 10, 1907. 

Lily and the sunbeam ; words and 
music by Arthur Trevelyan. [1198 
G. W. Setchell, Boston, Mass. C 
167679, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Limerickitis ; or, Trying to find a I 
strong last line; written by A. J. 
Mills, composed by Bennett Scott. 

[1199 
Star music pub. co., ltd., London, 
England. C 167059, Nov. 8, 1907. 

Lincoln ; [words & music by] Edna 
G. Young. [1200 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 169214, Dec. 10, 1907. 



Lingering by the dreamy Tennessee ; 

by Edgar J. Vance, song. [1201 

E. J. Vance, United States. C 

158076, July 29, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 18, 

1907. 

Listen to the mocking bird ; concert 
paraphrase, [by] Edward Hoffman, 
edited and fingered by M. Green- 
wald. pf. [1202 

Century music pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 167806, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Liszt (Franz) Album for pianoforte; 
compiled, edited, and fingered by 
Paolo Gallico. (Half hours with 
the favorite composers). 4to. 

[1203 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 16S306, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Hungarian rhapsody no. 2, ori- 
ginal key D & G ; arr. by Adolf Lot- 
ter, full orchestra, piano conductor. 
4to. [1204 
Hawkes & son, London. England. 
C 167625, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Interludium ; aus dem oratorium 

Die legende von der heiligen Eli- 
sabeth, bearbeitet von Karl Kampf, 
fur normal-harmonium und piano- 
forte. [1205 
C. F. Kahnt nachfolger, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 164767, Oct. 17, 1907; 
2 c. Oct. 16, 1907. 

Litany (The) of Loretto; set to 
music by Samuel Gregory Ould. 
(Cantiones sacrae no. 44). 8vo. 

[1206 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167745, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Little baby new year; [words and 
music by] Edna G. Young. [1207 
Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169173, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Little boy lonesome ; music by Frank 
L. Bristow. song. [1208 

The Geo. B. Jennings co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. C 167639, Nov. 21, 1907 ; 
2 c. Nov. 15, 1907. 

Little (A) builder; [words by] 

Amelia M. Starkweather, [music bv] 

Edna G. Young. [1209 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169191, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Little contrary Mary; words by 

Douglas Townshend, music by 

Claude Arundale. [1210 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 168536, Dec. 3, 1907. 



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Little girl with eyes of blue ; words Little Spanish beauty ; waltzes, [by] 
by Frances M. Gastling, music by Mark E. Phillips, pf. [1221 

Edward T. Lloyd, in D. [1211 m. E. Phillips, Dallas, Tex. 



Leonard & co., London, England. 
C 167511, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Little girlie; words by F. A. N.. 

music by Lizzie E. Storer, No. 2 in 

C. [1212 

J. H. Larway, London, England. 

C. 167841, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Little lobd and lady ; gavotte for the 
piano, by Geo. L. Spaulding. (Pas- 
time pictures No. 2). [1213 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167468, Nov. 19, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 20, 
1907. 

Little (The) match seller; words 
and music by Giovanni Parrott. 

[1214 
G. Parrott, Providence, R. I. C. 
168000, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Little (The) missionary; [words by] 

Amelia M. Starkweather, [music 

by] Edna G. Young. [1215 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169192, Dec. 10, 1907. 

■ 

Little (A) old gold locket attached j 
to a chain of gold ; by C. L. Thorn- I 
as. song. [1216 

C. L. Thomas, Denver, Colo. C 
166905, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Little pink rose; [words by] Flora 

Kirkland, [music by] Howard E. 

Smith. [1217 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 

166849, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Little red bird; a Manx cradle song. 

Two-part music, school series, tonic 

sol-fa edition No. 47. 12mo. [1218 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 

166756, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Words written and music adapted 

by W. H. Gill, from a traditional 
melody. (Two-part music, school 
series No. 47). 8vo. 
Boosey & co., London, England. C 

166757, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Little (A) romance; [by] E. L. Ash- 
ford, org. [1219 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
168592, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Little serenade ; [words by] Stecchet- 
ti, [music by] Riccardo Lucchesi. 

[1220 
C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 166767, Nov. 11, 1907. 



C 166655, Nov. 8, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 18, 
1907. 

Little sweetheart; polka for the 
piano [by] Chas. D. Blake. [1222 
White-Smith music co., Boston, 
Mass. ; in renewal for 14 years from 
Nov. 15, 1907. C 165891, Oct. 30, 
1907. 

Live for me, Violet ; by Bertha A. 

Fenner. song. [1223 

B. A. Fenner, United States. C 

159040, Aug. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 5, 

1907. 

Lo, first on earth ; [words by] Henry 
Knight, [music by] Thomas Adams. 

[1224 
Novella & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167829, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Loin du bal; [by] E. Gillet, arr. by 
Harry Prendiville. 4to. orch. 

[1225 
Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
16S891, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 10, 
1907. 

Lola Lolita; a cowboy's bride, words 
by Percy Edgar, music by Kenneth 
Lyle. [1226 

Price & Reynolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 168544, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Lonely (The) garden; wander lied by 
Caroline Holme Walker, [words by] 
Marjorie L. C. Pickthall. (The Wa- 
Wan society of America.) [1227 

Wa-Wan press, Newton Center, 
Mass. C 166761, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 7, 1907. 

Lonely hours (Einsame stunden) ; 
four pieces by Paul Zilcher, op. 57, 
for piano. No. 1 ; No. 2 ; No. 3 ; No. 
4. (Augener's edition No. 12157). 
4to. [1228 

Augener limited, London, England. 
C 167847-167850, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Longing; (Affection) words and music 

by E. A. Chao. [1229 

William Maxwell music co., New 

York, N. Y. C 169157, Dec. 10, 1907. 

words and music by Mabel Olson. 

[1230 
Sunset pub. co., Los Angeles, Cal. 
C 167869, Nov. 26, 1907. 
Longing (A) ; words by Harold Simp- 
son, music by Marie Home, no. 2 in 
D. [1231 

Lublin & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C. 167817, Nov. 26, 1907. 



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l 5, Jan., 1908 



[NG FOR YOU DAER HEART; WOl'dS 

by Arthur Gillespie, music by Clar- 
ence M. Chapel in P. L1232 
C. M. Chapel, Chicago, 111. C 
167235, Nov. 16, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 18, 
1007. 

Loo Brown; written by E. A. Sear- 
son, composed by J. Airlie Dix. [1233 
Francis. Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 167369, Nov. IS, 1907. 

Look ixc, for a girl like you; words 
and music by Ernest Vonsden. [1234 
Metzler & cb., London, England. 
C 1G7704, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Lord (The) is good to all; chorus 
[mixed voices] by J. W. Lerman. 
(Molineux' coll. of anthems no. 
1239. ) Svo. [1235 

Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 10^275, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Lord (The) is my' Shepherd; sacred 
duet for soprano and teuor with or- 
gan ace, by Harry Alexander 
Matthews. [1236 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
1673S1, Nov. IS, 1907. 

Lord (The) my' pasture shall pre- 
pare; anthem by B. F. Gilbert 
(Oliver Ditson company's octavo ed. 
11694.) [1237 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 167034, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Lord, Thy' glory fills the heaven ; 
soprano solo by J. W. Lerman. 
(Molineux' collection . . . no. 1643.) 
Svo. [1238 

Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 168264, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Los fe lis ; waltzes by Harriet Adams 
Chambers, pf. [1239 

H. A. Chambers, United States. C 
168816, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Lost! sentimental ballad, words and 

music by Arthur F. Fuller. [1240 

A. F. Fuller, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

C 161111, Sept. 3, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 

1907. 

Lost (The) dog; or The animals 
walked in one by one ; song, w T ritten 
by Ernest A. Searson, arr. by 
Charles J. Winter. [1241 

Reynolds & co., London, England. 
C 166743, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Lou and Kitty; [words by] Amelia 
M. Starkweather, J. music by] L. S. 
Leason. [1242 

iTul^r-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 16921S, Dec. 10, 1907. 



Louise; a musical romance in four 
acts and live tableaux by Gustave 
Charpentier, English translation by 
Henry Grafton Chapman. Vocal 
score. 4to. [1243 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
167041, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 14, 
1907. 

Love (The) afar; words by Frank L. 
Stanton, music by Katharine Whip- 
ple Dobbs. [1244 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 169414, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Love by moonlight ; Sittings from the 

past, [by] C. Kinkel, ed. and ting. 

by M. Greenwald. pf. [1245 

Century pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

C 167808, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Love in a cottage ; words by James P. 
Whedon, music by Rudolph Ganz. 

[1246 
Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago, 
111. C 16S034, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Love in thine ey'es ; [music by] Jack- 
son. Two-part music, school series, 
tonic sol-fa edition no. 46. 12mo. 

[1247 
Boosey & co., London, England. C 
167330, Nov. IS, 1907. 

Love in Venice; valse lento, [by] 

Frank H. Grey, arr. by R. E. Hil- 

dreth. 4to. orch. [1248 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 

168971, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Love is a mighty lord; [song] by J. 

B. Kaye. [1249 

J. B. Kaye, Custer, Mich. C 

168768, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Love laid his sleepless head; words 

by Swinburn, [music by] Victor 

Herbert. [1250 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 

Y. C 168107, Nov. 23, 1907. 
Love-light (The) has gone from 

your eyes ; written by Paul Pelham, 

composed by Herbert Rule. [1251 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 166991, Nov. 12, 1907. 
Love me as you did before; words by 

Adolph E. Beldner, music by Nathan 

Spector. [1252 

N. Spector, New York, N. Y. C 

167442, Nov. 19, 1907. 
Love (The) of the shamrock; words 

by Wm. Carleton, music by J. K. 

Emmet. [1253 

Johu Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

In renewal for 14 years from Dec. 

8, 1907. C 16S877, Dec. 7, 1907. 



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Love song; bv Mrs. E. Guertin. song. I Love's last dream; [song] by Mrs. 

[1254 Mattie Haas. [1266 

Mrs. E. Guertin, Cincinnati, Ohio. | Mrs. M. Haas, Charleston, W. Va. 

C 166959, Not. 11, 1907. C 168778, Dec. 6, 1907. 



Love unchanging ; song, words by Ian 
Malcolm, music by Edward Murray. 

[1255 
Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 168021, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Loved ones gone on ; words by Mrs. 
E. H. Dayton, music by Metropoli- 
tan music co. [1250 
Mrs. E. H. Dayton, Hardtner, 
Kans. C 167095, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Lovers know ; words by J. B. O'Hara, 
music by S. McBurney. ' [1257 

S. McBurney, Melbourne, Aus- 
tralia. C 167736, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Lover's (The) pleading; [song] by 
Mrs. V. F. Diffey. [125S" 

Mrs. V. F. Diffey, Magnolia, Ala. 
C 168803, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Lovers' (The) reunion; by Frank \ 
Williams, song. [1259 i 

F. Williams, Canada. C 15748S, | 
July 22, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 27, 1907. 

Love's declaration ; words by Edward ! 

Teschemacher, music by Emilio I 

Pizzi. No. 2 in F. [1260 | 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 

London, England. C 16699S, Nov. 12, 

1907. 
Love's enchantment; waltzes, [by] I 

E. Earl Foster, pf. [1261 | 

G. W. Taylor, Dallas, Tex. C I 
166654, Nov. 8, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 18, | 
1907. 

Love's entreaty; waltz, [by] Fred K. 
Huffer. Svo. orch. [1262 

C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, Iowa, j 
C 169540, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Love's golden hour; waltz reverie, by 
I. Furmen Mulliner. pf. [1263 | 

United States music co., Williams- 
port, Pa. C 168999, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Love's greeting (Salut d'amour), 
[by] Edward Elgar, op. 12, ed. and 
fingered by M. Greenwald. pf. 

[1264 

Century music pub. co., New 

York, N. Y. C 167811, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Love's happy greeting; [by] W. F. 

Sudds, pf. [1265 

W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. 
C 167154, Nov. 14, 1907. 



Love's message; idyl, [by] Ellis 

Brooks. 4to. orch. [1267 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 16S149, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Love's messengers ; words by Harold 
Boulton, music by Hermann Lohr, 
in D. (Garden songs no. 2). 

[1268 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167917, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Love's response polka; composed by 

C. Kinkel, edited and fingered by 

by M. Greenwald. pf [1269 

Century music pub. co., New York, 

N. Y. C 167S03 Nov. 25, 1907. 

Love's return; mazurka, [by] Marie 

Greer MacDonald. pf. [1270 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. C 

162707, Sept. 25, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. IS, 

1907. 

Love's reverie; lullaby, words and 
music by Sibyl Sayer Brown. [1271 
F. E. Brown. Cleveland, Ohio. C 
169072, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Love's sacrifice ; words and music by 

Caro Roma. [1272 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 164494, Oct. 14, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 15, 1907. 

Love's whisper; waltz song, with Eng- 
lish & Italian words, by Jane Slo- 
man Tony. [1273 

White- Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass, ; in renewal for 14 Years 
from Dec. 6, 1907. C 168578, Dec. 
4, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1907. 

Loving eyes ; romance, [by] Carl Wil- 

helm Kern, op. 153. pf. [1274 

Shattinger piano & music co., St. 

Louis, Mo. C 1694S2, Dec. 14, 1907. 

written and composed by Harry 

Puck and Geo. W. Meyer. [1275 

H. J. Wood co., New York, N. Y. 

C 164112, Oct. 4, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 21, 

1907. 

Loyal knights ; march, [by] F. H. 

Losey, op. 204. Svo. orch. [1276 

Yandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. C 167312, Nov. IS, 

1907. 

Lucern ; by Hugh- E. Mathews, song. 

[1277 
H. E. Mathews, Petersburg, Ya. 
C 166SS1, Nov. 11, 1907. 



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BOS. 1 



Jan., LOOS 



Lucia; march from Neptune's daugh- 
ter, [by] Manuel Klein, air. by VV. 
C. O'Hare. 8vo. band. 1 1278 

M. Witmark ».V sons. Now York. 
N. Y. C L68491, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Linn: my affinity; waltz song, 

words by Prof. Nichols, music by 

Geo. Arnold, op. 9. [1270 

<;. Arnold. Memphis, Tenn. C 

71. Nov. 9, 1007. t 

(Lucky (The) stab; by E. Kuhlstrom, 
piano piece grade 2. (Scenes of 
youth no. 19.) [1280 

Augener limited, London. Eng- 
land. C 167926, Nov. 27. 1007. 

Luftschloss (Castles in the air) ; 
[text von | R. Baumbach [English 
version] John Bernhoff, [musik 
von] Carl Reiuecke, (autographen- 
album in liedern moderner meister 
... no. 7). obi. Svo. [12S1 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 168041, Nov. 20, 1007. 

Lully (Jean-Baptiste de) Gavotte; 
stiicke alter meister, fur violine und 
klavier, bearbeitet von Willy Bur- 
mester. band 4 no. 23 [1282 

Sohlesinger'sche buch-u. musik- 
handlung (Rob. Lienau. Berlin, 
Germany. C 16757S, Nov. 21, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 22. 1907. 

Luwe (La) ; melodie in C, poesie de 
M me la Duchesse de Rohan, musique 
de Alfredo Barbirolle, pour chant 
avec ace. de piano ou harpe. J12S3 
A. Durand & fils. Paris, France. 
C 168870, Dec. 7. 1907; 2 c. Dec. 0, 
10<>7. 

Lusitania; qneen of the ocean, march 
twostep, bv Johanu C. Schmid. pf. 

[1284 
United States music co., Williams- 
port, Pa. C 168998, Dec. 9, 1907. 

queen of the seas, waltz composed 

by George Manners Herd. pf. [1285 
Frederick Harris co., London, 
England. C 168664, Dec. 5, 1907. 

Lustre i Die) witwe waltzee (The 
merry widow waltz) ; [by] Franz 
Lehar, arr. by Robert Recker. Svo. 
orch. [12S6 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
168893, Dee. 7, 1007; 2 c. Dec. 10, 
1907. 

Lustre mazurka: for the pianoforte 
by E. Alack, no. S. [12S7 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. Mass.: in renewal for 14 vears 
from Nov. 20. 1007. C 165804, Oct. 
30, 1007. 

24160—08 5 



->uk episoden ; fiir deklamation 
and normaidiarmoninm. op. 28. 

[1288 
Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 
66113, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Ma Ann Eliza; [song] by Mary II. 
Ritchie. LI 280 

M. II. Ritchie. Frederick, Md. C 
168817, Dec. 0, 1007. 

MacFadyen (Alexander) Romance: 

for the piano, op. 11 no. 1. [1200 

A. MacFadyen, New York, N. Y, C 

167070, Nov. 26, 1007; 2 c. Nov. 15, 

1007. 

Scherzo ; for the piano, op. 11 no. 

2. [1291 

A. MacFadyen, New York, N. Y. C 
167975, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 15, 
1007. 

Macphersox (Charles) Benedictus; 
set to music in the key of E flat. 
(Novello's parish choir book no. 
750.) [1292 

Novello & co.. limited, London, 
England. C 167364, Nov. IS. 1907. 

-Magnificat and Nunc dimittis; set 

to music iu the key of G. (Novello's 
ish choir book no. 758.) Svo. [1204 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167573, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Te Deum laudamus ; set to music 

in the key of E flat. (Novello's par- 
ish choir book no. 758) . 8 vo. [1294 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 166737, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Mad (The) fire-rider (Der feuer- 
reiter) ; ballad by E. Morike, [mu- 
sic by] Hugo Wolf for mixed voices. 
English versiou by M. Louise Baum. 
(G. Schirmer's octavo music . . . 
no. 5045.) [1295 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
16S255, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Madama Butterfly; by G. Puccini. 
Fantasia, instrumentazione di Ales- 
sandro Peroni, piccola partitura. 
(Biblioteca popolare pei corpi di 
musica e fanfare, 111763.) 4to. 

[1296 
G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
167063, Nov. 13, 1907. 

tragedia Japonesa de L. Illica y 

G. Giacosa, musica de Jacobo Puc- 
cini. Opera completa para canto y 
piano, reduccion de Carlo Carismina. 
Svo. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milau, Italy. C 
165000. Oct. 30, 1007; 2 c. Oct. 31, 
1007. 



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Madchenlied, (A maiden's song) ; fiir 
eine singstimme mit clavierbeglei- 
tung, von Max Reger, op. 104. Eng- 
lish version by John Bernhoff, aus- 
gabe tief. (Sechs lieder no. 6.) 

[1297 
Otto Forberg, Leipzig, Germanv. 
C 167617, Nov. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1907. 

i 

Mademoiselle Coquette; words and 

music by Edward Montagu. [1298 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 167751, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Maggie Schneider : written by J. F. 

Lambe, composed by T. W. Thur- 

ban. [1299 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 167907, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Maggiolata ; composizione per archi, 
flauto e clarino, di Giovanni Bolzoni, 
op. 130. #111893, Partitura; # 
111895, Riduzione per violino e 
pianoforte dell' autore. [1300 

G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
168009, 168010, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Maher, mein heiland, zu Dir ; [words 
and music bv] Harry Marschner. 

[1301 | 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169012, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Mai blossom; schottische, [by] Marie 

Greer MacDonald. pf. [1302 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago. 111. C 

162708, Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. IS, 

1907. 

Maid in blue; words by Fred J. 
Hamill, music by Percv Wenrich. 

[1303 
Hamill's system of publicity, New 
York, N. Y. C 169435, Dec. 13, 1907 ; I 
2 c. Dec. 14, 1907. 

Maid of eeauty schottische; by 
Harry A. Martin, op. 7, arr. by L. j 
V. Holcombe. (Standard edition of 
modern piano music.) Philadelphia, 
Pa. Standard pub. co. [1304 

L. C. Gothold, Philadelphia, Pa. j 
C 168176, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Maid (The) of Glen Eyrie; [songl 
by Mrs. L. S. Palmer. [1305 ; 

Mrs. L. S. Palmer, Dallas, Tex. C j 
16S823, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Maiden's twilight message; [by] : 
Louise Bronson. song. [1306 j 

L. Bronson, Pittsfield, Mass. C 
166928, Nov. 11, 1907. 



Maienlust (Merry May) ; fiir piano- 
forte 2 handig, instruktiv und ohne 
octaven von Waldemar Schneider, 
op. SO. [1307 

Wm. A. Kami, Milwaukee, Wis. C 
167329, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Maiglockchen ; Rheinlander von W. 
Becker, op. 27, fiir piano (Der blu- 
menball, sechs leichte tanzchen no. 
^) [1308 

H. R. Krentzlin, Berlin, Germanv. 
C 166144, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Make a joyful noise unto the Lord ; 

[words] Psalm C, [music by] J. W. 

Lerman. [1309 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 167801, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Make ( The ) believe ; words by Upton 

B. Gwynn, music by Raymond A. 

Browne music co. [1310 

U. B. Gwynn, Nance, N. C. C 

167090, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Mammy's little yaller rose; a plan- 
tation lullaby, words by Nannie W. 
Houk, music by Walter H. Lewis. 

[1311 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168194, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Mandy; words and music by Ed. 

Rogers. [1312 

E. Rogers, New York, N. Y. C 

1685SS, Dec. 4, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 

1907. 

words & music by H. G. Pelis- 

sier. [1313 

Joseph W T illiams, ltd., London, 
England. C 167653, Nov. 22, 1907. 

Manly (The) boy brigade; [words 
by] James Rowe, [music by] How- 
ard E. Smith. [1314 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166S30, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Manon ; polka brillante by Karl Bohm, 
op. 327 no. 5. Metrostyle 75091. 

[1315 
Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
167048, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 15, 
1907. 

Manuella; intermezzo-two step by 

Adolf Lotter, full orchestra, piano 

conductor. Svo. [1316 

Hawkes & son, London, England. 

C 167626, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Marandy Ann from Idaho ; [song] by 
Dorothy Conrad Rohm. [1317 

D. C. Rohm, Columbus, Ohio. C 
168795, Dec. 6, 1907. 



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Mar.i'i i a : idillio moderno In tre epi- 
Bodi, di Henry Cain, Edouard Adonis 
e Loronozo Stecchetti, musicato da 
Umberto Giordano. 4to. [Canto o 
piano]. [131S 

Edoardo Sonzogno, Milano, Italy. 
C 100734, Nov. 11, 1907. 

March: March: March! or, You're 
prond to be a soldier; written by 
Ralph Nairn and E. 0. Matthews, 
composed by Ralph Nairn. [1310 

Francis, Day & Hunter, Loudon. 
England. 168535, Dec. 3, 1907. 

March of the little men : [by] Wi- 
nona S. Matthews, pf. [1320 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167786, Nov. 25, 1907. 

March of the Pierrots ; [by] G. L. 
Lansing, banjo solo. [1321 

The Vega co.. Boston, Mass. C 
168187, Nov. 29. 1907. 

March of the pilgrims : by W. Lane 
Frost for piano or organ. [1322 j 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. ! 
C 107400. Nov. 18, 1907: 2 c. Nov. ! 
20, 1907. 

Marche des gendarmes : piano par joh 
Brandl. [1323 

Bosworth & co.. Leipzig, Germany. ! 
C 165S07, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Marche des gn6mes ; petite suite par 

I. Philipp. arr. a deux pianos par 

A. Reitlinger, no. 3. [1324 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 

166281, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Marche des jolies femmes (March 
der flotteu ma del) : pour piano et 
chant ad lib., par E. Carosio, parole 
di G. Molar. [1325 

Carisch & Janichen, Milano, Italy. 
C 166133. Nov. 2, 1907. 

Marche des p'tits zouzous : paroles de 

Armand Foucher, musique de Ch. 

Borel-Clerc. [1320 

G. Rieordi & c. Milano, Italv. C 

167242, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Marche Fraxcaise : pour piano par 
Edm. Filippucci. [1327 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
167252, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Marche militaire Fraxcaise : final de 
la suite Algerienne par C. Saint- 
Saens, op. 60, transcription pour 
piano seul par l'auteur. [132S 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 168203, Nov. 30, 1907. 



Marche Ostendaise : par Louis Fre- 

niaux, op. .'57, orchestre, piano ace. 

8vo. [1329 

J. Mekams, Bruxelles, Belgium. C 

100323, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Marchen und traume ; aus Das muss 
man sehn, von Victor Hollaender 
arrangiert von Peter Renk fiir 
zither. ^ obi. 12mo. [1330 

Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 107604, Nov. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 12, 1907. 

Marching glad and gay ; [words by] 
Lizzie De Armond, [music by] How- 
ard E. Smith. [1331 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166833, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Marcus Curtiljs : a dramatic cantata 
for soli and chorus with [piano], 
libretto written by Florence Ger- 
trude Attenborough, music by Ferris 
Tozer. (The Ambrose edition no. 
119). Svo. [1332 

Ambrose Abbott & co., London, 
England. C 166261, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Margaret ; duet, words and music by 
Henry Baillet, jr. [1333 

H. Bailet, jr., New York, N. Y. 
C 166721, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Marguerite at the spinning wheel 
(Gretchen am spinnrade) ; by J. M. 
Harmston for piano, edited by Hans 
Lichter. (Salon music). [1334 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 105867, Oct 29, 1907. 

Marguerite waltz ; from Faust by 
Chas. Gounod, arr. by Harry Prendi 
ville [for orchestra]. 4to. [1335 
Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
168892, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 10, 
1907. 

Marie: song with violin obligato, 
words by R. Gottschall, English ver- 
sion by Leslie Fowler, music by 
Hans T. Seifert, no. 1 in E flat, no. 
2 in G. [1336 

William Maxwell music co., New 
York, N. Y. C 169150 & 169151, Dec. 
10, 1907. 

Marie and I : by T. W. Bonnell. song. 

[1337 
T. W. Bonnell, Tulsa, Ind. T. C 
166950, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Marinette; music by E. Jacques-Dal- 
croze. English version bv J. E. 
Hoare. [1338 

Sandoz, Jobin & cie., Neuchatel, 
Switzerland. C 167593, Nov. 21, 
1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1907. 



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Mark Stern (The) glee-club; quar- 
tette folio no. 3. Svo. L1339 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 107033, Nov. 12, 1907. 
Martha Gray ; march and two step, 
[by] Clifton Crawford, arr. by W. C, 
O'Hare. Svo. orch. [1340 
M, Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 10S407, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Marzkatzciiex (Catkins) ; fur eine 
singstimme niit begleitung des pi- 
anoforte von Karl Kampf, op. 9 no. 
2, English version by Olga Louise 
Sturm. [1341 

Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germanv. 
C 166121, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Marzo (Eduardo) Salve Maria 
(Come gracious spirit) ; female 
voices, op. 12. (Octavo sacred 
music). [1342 

AYin. A. Pond & co.. New York. 
N. Y. ■ C 168179, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Master at arms march; [by] Chas. 
Sanglear. Svo. orch. [1343 

John Church co.. Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 167497, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Mathe (Edouard) Solfege nianu- 
scrit ; en usage dans les classes du 
conservatoire de Paris, deuxieme 
volume. Quinze leeons de concours, 
avec ace. de piano. [1344 

Costal] at & cie., Paris, France. 
C 167770, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Matthay (Tobias) Albumblatt from 
stray fancies, op. 22; [for piano]. 

[1345 
Charles Avison, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 168063, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Maud has a garden ; words by Alfred, 
Lord Tennyson, set to music by 
Arthur Somervell. [1346 

Boosey & co., New York, N. Y. 
C 16S658, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 
1907. 

Maxim march ; from The jolly widow, 
arr. by Carl Hofmann for piano. 

[1347 
Car! Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 16S334, Nov. 30, 1907. 

arr. by L. P. Laurendeau for 

band. Svo. 

Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. 
C 108312, Nov. 30, 1907. 

May-bells ringing (Maeglockchens 
lauten) ; by Heinrich Stewart, op. 
67, piano : edited and fingered by R. 
de Roode. [1348 

Oliver Ditson co.. Boston, Mass. 
C 168157, Nov. 29, 1907. 



May shall be queen: [words by] 

Amelia M. Starkweather, [music 

by] Edna G. Young. [1349 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, 

N. Y. C 169196, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Mayfair (The) ; novelty dance and 
barn dance, invented by Madame 
Adele Collier, composed by Algernon 
Clarke, pf. ' [1350 

B. Feldman & en.. London, Eng- 
land. C 16S371, Dec. 2, 11:07. 

Maytime: music by E. Jaques-Dal- 
croze, English version by J. E. 
Hoare. [1351 

Sandoz, Jobin & cie. Neuchatel, 
Switzerland. C 167600, Nov. 21, 
1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 22. 1907. 

Mazurka des grelots : par Tkerese 

Wittmann pour piano. [1352 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie, 

Paris, France. C 1601S7, Nov 2, 

1907. 

Mazurka des parapluies (El ano 
pasado por agua) ; de Cheuca y Yal- 
verde, orchestree par L. Diodet. 
Svo. [1353 

Casa Dotesio. Madrid, Spain. C 
16S707, Dec. 6, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec 7, 1907. 

Medley — Favorita ; arr. bv Johann M. 

Blose. Svo. Male quartet. [1354 

J. M. Blose, Washington, Pa. C 

164963. Oct 19, 1907: 2 c. Nov. 2, 

1907. 

Meeresleuchten (Phosphorescence) ; 

valse-caprice von Ernst Urbach, 

pianoforte. L1355 

Regina-verlag, Berlin, Germany. 

C 16S076, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Meet me in the garden like you al- 
ways do; by Daniel F. Killinger. 
song. [3356 

D. F. Killinger, Evansville, Ind. 
C 168906, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Meet me with spangles and bells 
on; [song from] Lonesome town, by 
Martin G. Brown. [1357 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 162671, Sept. 24, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 13, 1907. 

Mein heimatland am Rhein ; fur man- 
nerchor von Friedr. Ullrich, opp. 110, 
gedicht von Hermann Bender. Svo. 

[135S 
Fr. Ullrich., Godesberg a. Rh., 
Germany. C 164765. Oct. 17. 1907: 
2 c. Nov. 2, 1907. 



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[gediclit von] F. 
Schlotthauer, [music von] Carl 
Beines, op. S2. (Dreilieder no. 3). 

[1359 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 16S428, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Mk.inf. mutteb (My mother) : [text 
von I R. Trabold (English version) 
John Bernhoff, [mnsik von] Wilhelm 
Kienzl, op. 66 . . . no. 2. (Autogra- 
phen-album in liedern modemer 
moist or . . . no. 4.) obi. Svo. 

[1360 
Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 168038, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Meine secle spannt die schwingen ; 
[words by] Harry Marschner, [mu- 
sic j arr. [1361 
II. Marschner, United States. C 
160060, Dec. 0, 1007. 

Meines heilands angesicht; [words 

by] Wm. Aj?pel, [music by] G. A. 

Guenther. [1362 

Harry Marschner. United States. 

C 169010, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Meister (Aloys): Liebes-Mai; fiir 
vierstimmigen mannerchor. op. 6. 

gedicbt von Phil. Held. Svo. [1363 

Johann Andre, Offenbach a. Main, 

Germany. C 165379, Oct. 24, 1907. 

Sei willkommen maiennond: fiir 

vierstimmigen mannerchor, op. 3, 
gedicbt von Karl Feldmann. [1364 
Johann Andre. Offenbach a. Main, 
Germany. C 165376, Oct. 24, 1907. 

Standchen; fiir vierstimmigen 

mannerchor, op. 5, gedicbt von 
ba Elfa. 8vo. [1365 

Johann Andre, Offenbach a. Main. 
Germany. C 16537S, Oct. 24, 1907. 

Wanderlied : fiir vierstimmigen 

mannerchor. op. 4, gedicbt von Oskar 
von Redwitz. [1366 

Johann Andre. Offenbach a. Main. 
Germany. C 165377, Oct. 24, 1907. 

Melancholie; fiir eine mittlere sing- 
stimme, mit begleitimg des piano- 
forte von Franz Bothe. op. 9. (Zwei 
lieder no. 1 ) . [1367 

Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 
C 166108, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Melancolie; poesie d' Albert Samain, 

musique de J. Tontani-Griin. Chant 

et piano. [1368 

Enoch & cie.. Paris. France. C 

168241, Nov. 30, 1907. 



Melanie; mazurka, l>v G. Wittman. 

pf. [1369 

Gilmore pub. co., St. Louis, Mo. 

C 166781, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Mellow time: novelty march two 

step, by M. G. Wittman. pf. [1370 

L. E. Pong & M. G. Wittman, Lees 

Summit. & St. Louis. Mo. C 167311, 

Nov. 17, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1907. 

Melusina ; a legend by Osterwald, 
music by H. Hoffmann, op. 30, arr. 
for use in schools by Osborne Mc- 
Couathy. (The Laurel octavo no. 
206a ) . [1371 

C. C. Birchard & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 16S746, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Melvina waltzes; by Chas. E. Roat. 

pf. [1372 

C. E. Roat music co., ltd., Battle 

Creek, Mich. C 166011, Oct. 28, 

1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 11. 1907. 

Memories ; words and music bv Reed 
Miller. * [1373 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, ■/ 
N. Y. C 16S112, Nov. 23. 1907. 
Memory; a miniature, poem from the 
lyrics of Arthur Symons, [music by] 
Campbell-Tipton. [1374 

G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 
166538, Nov. 6, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 5, 
1907. 
Memory of home and mother; by 
May Zuma. song. [1375 

M. Zuma, Minden, La. C 166948, 
Nov. 11, 1907. 
Memory's treasure ; [words and music 
by] Chas. T. Baylis. [1376 

C. T. Bavlis. United States. C 
167652, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (J. L. F.) 
Christmas ; organ transcriptions no. 
2, prelude on Hark the herald angels 
sing, bv P. C. Lutkin. obi. Svo. 

[1377 
H. W. Grav co.. New York. N. Y. 
C 168718, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Engel-terzett aus dem oratorium 

Elias; fiir normal-harmonium bear- 
beitet vou Otto Albert, op. 103. 

[1378 
Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 
C 166103, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Hear my prayer ; sacred song 

with piano or organ ace, arr. after 
the motet, by Max Spicker, words by 
M. Bartholomew. Hisdi in G. 

[1379 
G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 
167675, Nov. 22, 1907: 2 c. Nov. 23, 
1907. 



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Mendelssohn, Bartholdy (J. L. F.) 
Continued. 

The hunter's farewell ; four-part 

song for men's voices, English ver- 
sion by Clarence Alvord. (G. Schir- 
mer's octavo choruses . . . no. 
4992). [1380 ' 

G. Schirnier, New York, N. Y. C 
168137, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Sechs kinderstiicke (six children's 

pieces) ; for the pianoforte, op. 72, ; 
[edited by P. W. Oreni]. (Presser 
collection vol. 94.) [1381 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 16496S, Oct. 19, 1907 ; 2 c. Oct. 21, I 
1907. 

Spring song, op. 62 no. 6 ; arr. by 

R. Klugescheid. No. 1, piano, violin 
and 'cello ; no. 2, 2 violins and piano. 

[13S2 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
168337, 168338. Nov. 30, 1907. 

Merrily march along; [words by] j 
Thoro Harris, [words by] Mozart, 
arr. by T. H. [1383 

Meyer & bro., Chicago, 111. C 
166842, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Merry (The) mountain boy; by Dr. ! 
W. Williams. Song. [1384 

Dr. W. Williams, Harris Mo. C 
166964, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Merry (The) mummer; music by E. 
Jaques-Dalcroze, English version by 
J. E. Hoare. [1385 

Sandoz, Jobin & cie.. Neuchatel, 
Switzerland. C 167597, Nov. 21, 
1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1907. 

Merry (The) peasant; (Der frohliche 
landmann) ; by Arnoldo Sartorio, 
piano piece grade 2. (Scenes of 
youth no. 9.) [1386 

Augener, limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 167923, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Merry (The) ploughman; polka for 
the piano, by Geo. L. Spaulding. 
(Pastime pictures no. 4.) [1387 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167470, Nov. 19, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 20, 
1907. 

Merry (The) widow (Die lustige 
witwe) ; musik by Franz Lehar, arr. 
by F. W. Meacham [for piano], no. 
1, selection; no. 2, waltz. [1388 

Will Wood, New York. N. Y. C 
16S1S0, 16S1S1, Nov. 29, 1907. 

■ (Ballsirenen) ; waltz arr. by Hans 

Semper. [1389 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 167797, Nov. 25, 1907. 



Merry (The) widow — Continued. 

selection . . . arr. by Shipley 

Douglas. (Chappell's brass and 
reed band journal no. 68). 8vo. 

[1390 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 166576, Nov. 7, li;07. 

selection, arr. by Louis Tocaben 

[for mandolin orchestra]. 4to. 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 168717, Dec. 6, 1907. 

selection, full orchestra. Revised 

edition. 4to. 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 16S659, Dec. 5, 1907. 

waltz, transcription for piano arr. 

by Camillo Engel. [1391 

G. Schirnier, New York, N. Y. C 
167691, Nov. 23, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 25, 
1907. 

waltz selections, arr. by Carl 

Wilhelm Kern. pf. . [1392 

Shattinger piano & music co., St. 

Louis, Mo. C 169484, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Message (A) to mother in heaven; 
[song] by John Milton Wise. [1393 
J. M. Wise, Aniwa, Wis. O 168755, 
Dec. 6, 1907. 

Miladi love; waltzes, [by] F. H. 

Losey, op. 212. 8vo. orch. [1394 

Yandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. C 167313, Nov. 18, 

1907. 

Mills (S. B.) Tarantelle; op. 13, ed. 
and ting, by M. Greenwald. pf. 

[1395 
Century pub. co., New York, N. Y. 
C 167809, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Miner's (A) dream ; [song] by Ida L. 
Williams. [1396 

I. L. Williams, Colville, Wash. C 
168788, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Miranda; words by Herbert Slade, 
music by Robert Darke, no. 2 in D. 

[1397 
Lublin & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167818, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Miserere; from II trovatore by Yerdi, 

arr. by Henri Ernst for piano, 3 

mandolins and guitar. [1398 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

168611, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Mistaken ; song, words and music by 

George M. Yickers. [1399 

George M. Vickers, Philadelphia, 

Pa. C 16S719, Dec. 0, 1907; 2 c. 

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Mi!. Dandy Lion; [words by] A. M. S., 
[music by] Edna G. Young. [1400 
Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169195, Dee. 10, 1007. 

Mr. Smith from Abeeystwith; 
written and composed by Harry 
Castling and Fred Godfrey. [1401 
Monte Carlo pub. co., London, 
England. C 167200, Nov. 0, 1007: 2 
C. Nov. S, 1007. 

Mrs. Brady: humorous Irish song; 

written by Fercy French, composed 

by Houston Collisson. [1402 

Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 

England. C 16S354, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Mittag (Noon) ; fur mittlere stimme 
von Max Reger, op. 76 no. 35, 
gedicht von E. L. Schellenberg, Eng- 
lish words by Edward Oxenford. 

[1403 
Lauterbach & Kuhn, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 164290, Oct. 11, 1907. 

Mocking (The) bird; an*, by Louis 

Tocabin for piano, 3 mandolins and 

guitar. [1404 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

16S608, Dec. 4, 1007. 

Mocking bird song; [by] Carlo Del- 
mar, pf. [1405 
W. F. Shaw. New York, N. Y. C 
167158, Nov. 14, 1007. 

Modern (A) Christmas carol; words 
and music by Arthur A. Penn. [1406 
Metropolitan music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 167006, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Modestie: reverie [by] H. F. Odell, 

for mandolin orchestra. -[1407 

H. F. Odell & co., Boston, Mass. 

C 167935, Nov. 27, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

26, 1907. 

Molly McGinnity, you're my affin- 
ity : words and music by John W. 
Bratton. [1408 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168109, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Mon desir; poesie de Alfred Pouthier, j 
musique de Philippe Gaubert. Chant I 
et piano. [1409 J 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
168238, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Monika (Monica) ; fur pianoforte 2 j 
hiindig, instruktir und mit fingersatz j 
verschen ohne octaven, von Walde- | 
mar Schneider, op. 78. [1410 

Wm. A. Kaun, Milwaukee, Wis. 
C 167327, Nov. 18, 1907. 



Monsieur boude; chanson, paroles de 
L. Peltier, musique de Justin CIS- 
rice. Piano et chant. [14] 1 
Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
168231, Nov. 30. 1907. 

Montfitchet (Mary de) Elegy; for 
the pianoforte, op. 8. [1412 

Augener, limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 167857, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Mazurka ; for the pianoforte, op. 

8. [1413 

Augener. limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 167S58, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Moon Face ; characteristic march two- 
step, [by] Abe Olman. pf. [1414 
Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
C 166973, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 6, 
1907. 

Moon land ; words and music by Cyril 
Morton Home. no. 2, in F. [1415 
Lublin & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 168622, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Moonlight (A) boating-party; for the 
piano by Theodore Dutton. (Vaca- 
tion sketches). [1416 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
168738, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

Moonlight memories ; [song] by D. 
Warner Shindoll. [1417 

D. W. Shindoll, Gobbleville, Mich. 
C 16SS11, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Moonlight on the sound; reverie, 
composed by J. C. Chaffer, pf. 

[1418 
J. C. Chaffer; Olympia, Wash. C 
164689, Oct. 16, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 14, 
1907. 

More love to Thee ; [words by] Mrs. 
Elizabeth P. Prentiss, [music by] E. 
S. Lorenz. [1419 

Lorenz pub. co., Davton, Ohio. C 
168553, Dec. 3, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 4, 
1907. 

Moritz (Franz) Fantasie brillante; 
iiber Wie bertihrt mich wundersam, 
von Franz Bendel; fur pianoforte 
op. 30. [1420 

Johann Andre, Offenbach a/Main, 
Germany. C 165375, Oct. 24, 1907. 

Morning (The) light; 'words and 

music by J. A. Ayers [and] C. Will 

Shcwartz. [1421 

J. A. Ayres, La Plata, Mo. C 

140930, Nov. 25, 1907. 



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Mobning song : for the pin no by The- 
odora . Dntton. ( Vacation sketches) . 

[1422 
G. Schirmer, New York. X. Y. C 
168741, Dec. 6, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 7. 
1907. 

Mother (The) moon's song; words by 
Harold Simpson, rnnsic bv George H. 
Clutsam, no. 1 in C. [1423 

Lublin & co., ltd.. London. Eng- 
land. C 168904, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Mother's (A) last requst ; words by 

Arthur H. Devoe. music by Madden 

music co. [1424 

A. H. Devoe. Chico. Mont. C 

167100, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Mother's (A) love; [by] Elizabeth A. 
Tackwell. song. [1425 

E. A. Tackwell. Westplain, Mo. C 
166940, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Mouquet (Jules) sonate: pour piano 

et violoncello, op. 24. [1426 

Henry Lemoine & cie.. Paris. 

France. C 16SSS2, Dec. 7, 1907 : 2 c. 

Dec. 9, 1907. 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Bal- 
lettmusk, zur pantomime Les petits 
rieus ; fur orchester, fur den kon- 
zertsebrauch. einserich'tet von Georac 
Gohler. [1427 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York. 
N. Y. C 164774, Oct. 17. 1907; 2 c. 
Oct. 16, 1907. 

-Lullaby: an*, by Max Spicker. for 

three-part chorus for women's voices. 
(G. Sehiriners octavo chornses . . . 
no. .5000.) [1428 

G. Schirmer. New York, N. Y. C 
16S139, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Violin - konzei%» D dm\ no. 7: 

fur violine und klavier. zum ersten- 
mal herausgegeben von Hugo Rie- 
mann, solostimme bezeichnet von 
Hans Sitt. klavierauszug bearbeitet 
von Otto Taubmann. [1429 

Breitkopf & Hartel. New York. 
N. Y. C 165801, Oct. 29, 1907. 

r zum erstenmal (1909) herans- 

zeiie^en veil Albert Kapferniann. 
TVerke fur violine und orchester no. 
271r/, partitur. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York. 
N. Y. C 1631S4. Oct. 1, 1907: 2 c. 
Oct. 28, 1907. 

Muree (Otto) Psalm 103. op. 6: A, 
fur gemischten chor; 15. fur 4 stim. 
frauencho'r ; C, fur 3 stim. frauen- 
chor oder jimgendchor. [1430 

Johann Andre, Offenbach a /Main. 
Germany. C 165394-165396, Oct. 24. 
1907. 



Musette; lyrics bv James O'Dea, mu- 
sic by Neil Moret. [1431. 
Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 16S655, Dec. 5, 1907. 

Ml*sic, music ; march by Fr. Kmoch, 

arr. bv W. Lewis for orchestra. 

Svo. [1432 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

168601, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Music (The) of the oak leaf; words 

and music by A. G. Stover. [1433 

A. G. Stover. Springfield, Ohio. C 

165993, Oct. 28, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 11, 

1907. 

Music, when soft voices die; part- 
song for alto or 1 st tenor, tenor, bari- 
tone and bass, by F. A. Challonor, 
[words bv] P. B." Shellev. (Choral 
album no. 761.) [1434 

Bavlev & Ferguson, London, Eng- 
land/ C 166729, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Musiki. musiki : text von Turl Wie- 
ner, musk von Theodor Wottitz, op. 
106. [1435 

Bosworth & co„ Leipzig, Germany. 
C 165S0S, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Must I leave my dear old Southern 
home? bv Rav A. Harris, sons. 

[1436 
R. A. Harris, North Windham, 
Conn. C 167715. Nor. 25. 1907; 2 
c. Dec. 13, 1907. 

Mutter (Finer) gebet. A mother's 
prayer: [words and music by] 
Harry Marschner. tr. from German 
[by] C. A. Daniel. [1437 

Harry Marschner, United States. 
C 169017, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Mutter, tote mutter (Mother, my 
dead mother) : fur eine singstimme 
mit clavierbegleitnng, von Max Re- 
ger, op. 104, English version by John 
Bernhoff, ausgabe tief. (Sechs lieder 
no. 3.) [1438 

Otto Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 167614. Nov. 21, 1907: 2 c. Nov. 
22, 1907. 

My affinity: by J. Irving Fnrth. arr. 
by Alfred Lorenz. song. [1439 

Lorenz & Speckin, New York, 
N. Y. C 16S91 7, Dec. 9, 1907. 

My ain bonnie Mary : Scotch song in 
F, words bv Geo. Russell Jackson, 
music by J. L. Gilbert. [1440 

White- Smith music pub. co„ Bos- 
ton, Mass.: in renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 6, 1907. C 168650, Dec. 5. 
1907. 



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My ossom girl; words by 

Win. 1>. Forsvth, Qiusic bv M. K. 

Muz [1441 

M. E. Muzzey, Providence, R. I. 

C 167687, Kov. 23, HOT. 

)lv Arizona coon; [song] by Henry 
Ingraham. [1442 

II. [ngraham, Mesa Grande, Cal. 
C 168805, Dec. 6, 1907. 

My bonny black sue; [song] by 
W. II. Ridout. [1443 

W. H. Rtdout, Monument, Mont. 
C 168820, Dec. 6, 1907. 

My canoe; [words by] Ada Blenk- 
horn, [music by] Thoro Harris. 

[1444 

Meyer & bro., Chicago, 111. C 166,- 
L, Nov. 11. 1007. 

My childhood home : song and re- 
frain, words and music by George D. 
Mussey. [1445 

G. D. Mussey, Detroit, Mich. C 

5923, Dec. 0, 1907. 

My Chippewa : words and music by 

Dave Reed. [1440 

M. Witmark & sons. New York. 

K. Y. C 168193, Nov. 29, 1907. 

My Christmas tree: [words & music 

by] Edna G. Young. [1447 

Tullar-Mereditb co., New York, 

N. Y. C 1G920S. Dec. 10. 1907. 

My country belle: words by Edward 
Hediger, music by Metropolitan mu- 
sic co. [1448 
E. Hediger, Carlyle, 111. C 130167. 
Sept. 22. 1906; 2 c* Oct. 11. 1907. 

My cow toy lady ; words and music 

by W. B. Friedlander. [1449 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. C 

168686, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 0. 

1907. 

My darling blue eyed you : words by 
R. Nye, music by Raymond Rav. 

[1450 
R. Nye, Newport, R. I. C 162007, 
Sept. 16, 1907; 2 c. Xoy. 29, 1907. 

My dear old home: [by] B. C. Wit- 
tenmyer. song. [1451 

1>. C. Wittenmeyer, Benton Ridge, 
Ohio. C 167695, Nov. 23. 1007. 

My Dora's vine-clad home: by Anna 

Walsh, sun-. ' [1452 

A. Walsh, United States. C 162606, 

Sept. 23, 1907: 2 c. Nov. 2<>. 1007. 



My dream love; words by John Lun- 

die, music by F. W. Crandell. I L453 

J. Lundie & F. W. Crandell, New 

York. N. Y. C 1676S3, Nov. 23, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 13. 1997. 

My dusky belle; a Creole intermezzo, 
[by] G. L. Lansing, banjo solo. 

[1454 
The Vega co., Boston, Mass. C 
168184, Nov. 29, 1907. 

My earthly paradise; valse caprice, 
for the piano bv Heinrich Bauer. 

[1455 
H. Bauer, New York, N. Y. C 
169236, Dec. 11, 1907. 

MY FLOSSIE HELLO GIRL J [SOng] bv 

Robert Griffith. [1456 

R. Griffith. Macon, 111. C 168766, 
Dec. 6, 1907. 

My funny friend ; [words by] Amelia 

M. Starkweather, [music bv] Edna 

G. Young. [1457 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169181, Dec. 10, 1907. 

My God is nigh : sacred song, words 

bv Martin Sindell, music bv Joseph 

A. Michel. [1458 

Jos. A. Michel, Denver, Colo. C 

1679SS, Nov. 29, 1907. 

My guiding star ; song for Christmas, 
words by Henry Kirk White, music 
by Herbert J. Wrightson. [1459 

Theo. Presser. Philadelphia, Pa. C 
167463, Nov. 19, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 20, 
1907. 

My heart is fixed; [song bv] Chas H. 
Gabriel. [1460 

R. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C 
169500, Dec. 14, 1907. 

My heart is sair; arr. as a four-part 
song by H. Elliot Button. (Nov- 
ello's part-song book no. 1038). 8vo. 

[1461 
NoYello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167570, Nov. 21, 1907. 

arr. as a four-part song for men's 

yoices, by H. Elliot Button. (The 
Orpheus, new series, no. 437). 8vo. 
Novello & co., ltd., London, En- 
gland. C 167361. Nov. 18, 1907. 

My honey moon : lyric by Leo Wood, 

music by Leo Edwards. [1462 

Gus Edwards music pub. co.. New 

York, N. Y. C 167208, Nov. 30, 

19(»7: 2 c. Dec. 14, 1907. 



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My Jesus, I love Thee; [by] E. S. 
Lorenz. song. [1463 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
168734, Dec. 6, 1907. 

My Jewish fluffy ruffles ; words by 

Will Heelan, music by Albert Gum- 

ble. [1461 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 167904, Nov. 27, 1907. 

My lake is pure; music by E. Jaques- 
Dalcroze, English version by J. E. 
Hoare. [1465 

Sandoz, Jobin & cie., Neuchatel, 
Switzerland. C 167598, Nov. 21, 
1907; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1907. 

My little California maid ; words 

and music by John C. McMullen, 

arr. by Albert A. Kendall. [1466 

J. C. McMullen. San Diego, Cal. 

C 166619, Nov. 8, 1907. 

My little girl and I ; [song] by W. B. 
Judefind. " [1467 

W. B. Judefind, Baltimore, Md. 
C 168827, Dec. 6, 1907. 

My little pretty one ; four-part song, 

composed by Healey Willan. (The 

musical times no. 778). Svo. [146S 

Novello & co., limited, London, 

England. C 168219, Nov. 30, 1907. 

My little sunshine girl ; [song from] 
Brown from Missouri, lyric by Ed- 
gar Allan Woolf, music by Clarence 
J. Penney. [1469 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 165506, Oct. 25, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 11, 1907. 

My lost love; words by Charles 
O'Malley Foy, music by Raymond 
Ray. [1470 

C. O'M. Foy, Rincon, Ga. C 
146268, Mar. 22, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 

My lotus flower; [from] Yama, 

words by Edgar Selden, music by 

Seymour Furth. [1471 

Maurice Shapiro, New York, N. Y. 

C 169509, Dec. 14, 1907. 

My love; love song, high or medium, 
words by Frederick Manley, [music 
by] Henry Hadley, op. 57. no. 4. 

[1472 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167671, Nov. 22, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 23, 
1907. 

My lover and I ; by W. Steele Ewing, 
song. [1473 

W. Steele Ewing. Shoals, Ind. C 
166958, Nov. 11, 1907. 



My Madagascar maid; from Mary's 
lamb, key of C, [by] Richard Carle, 
hotel orch. no. 119. Svo. [1474 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 166771, Nov. 11, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 0, 1907. 

My Massachusetts home ; words and 
music by Arthur Sias. [1475 

A. Sias, Attleboro, Mass. C 
169372, Dec. 12, 1907. 

My Michigan home ; song and chorus 

composed by J. D. Gregory. [1476 

J. D. Gregory, United States. C 

148664, Apr. 15, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 21, 

1907. 

My Molly from Mayo ; from Buster 

Brown ; words and music by Herbert 

Spencer. [1477 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 166651, Nov. 27, 1907. 

! My mother dear ; by Bessie H. More- 
head, song. [1478 

B. H. Morehead, Beeler, Kans. C 
166966, Nov. 11, 1907. 

My Nubian queen; [song] by W. E. 
Hilker. [1479 

W. E. Hilker, Lake Plains, N. Y. 
C 168 775, Dec. 6, 1907. 

My old Canadian home ; words and 
music by Chas. E. Bain. [1480 

C. E. Bain, Leavings, Alberta, 
Canada. C 168566, Dec. 4, 1907. 

My old Kentucky home; words and 
music by Stephen C. Foster, arr. by 
Max Spicker for three-part chorus 
of women's voices. (G. Schirmer's 
octavo choruses . . . no. 4995.) 

[1481 
G. Schirmer. New York, N. Y. 
C 167085, Nov. 13, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 14. 
1907. 

My piano; by Mrs. Charles H. Toby. 
song. [1482 

Mrs. C. H. Toby, Dover, N. H. 
C 169443, Dec. 13, 1907. 

My priceless pearl ; by Nina M. Wood. 
song. [1483 

N. M. Wood, Seattle, Wash C 
166942, Nov. 11, 1907. 

My princess of Japan ; written and 

composed by Herbert Clark. [1484 

Shapiro, Yon Tilzer music co., 

ltd., London, England. C 167761, 

Nov. 25, 1907. 



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My queen Rosalie; music by B. My sunny Texas home; words by 



Jaques-Dal croze, English version bv 

J. E. Hoare. [1485 

Sandoz, Jobin & cie., Neuch&tel, 

Switzerland. C 167595, Nov. 21, 

1007: 2 c. Nov. 22, 1007. 

My rancho math: words qiul music 

by Mabel McKinley. [14SG 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 

16SS00, Dec. 7, 1007; 2 c. Dec. 10, 

1007. 

My Saviour : hymn-anthem, men's 
voices, words by Madolene Chamber- 

lin Wilson, music by Henry J. Bal- 
lon. Svo. [1487 ! 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. Mass. C 168619, Dec. 4, 1007. 

My shaggy old Polar bear ; [from] 
Top o' th' world : lyric by James 
O'Dea, music bv Anna Caldwell. 

[1488 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, J 
N. Y. C 168126, Nov. 16, 1007; 2 c. 
Nov. 15, 1007. 

My Shenandoah home; words and 
music by James E. Meed. [14S0 i 

J. E. Meed. Reedy Ripple, W. Va. ! 
C 97051. June 26, 1005 ; 2 c. Dec. 12, j 
1007. 

My skating girl; by C. W. Allen. 
song. [1490 

Charles W. Allen, Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 162101, Sept. 17, 1007; 2 c. l 
Sept. 20, 1007. 

My Southern home: [by] Ethel A. 
Tilden. song. [1401 

E. A. Tilden, New Orleans, La. C \ 
166041, Nov. 11, 1007. 

My star: by Sarah Turner, song. 

[1402 
S. Turner, Wikesbarre, Pa. C ! 
166S67, Nov. 11, 1007. 

My' starlight maid: from the Auto 
race, by Manuel Klein. [1403 ' 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 167770, Nov. 20. 1007; 2 c. 
Nov. 21, 1007. 

My Sunday' best; words by Talbot 
Owen, music by Rupert Vine. [1404 
Lublin & co.. ltd., London, Eng- 
Land. C 168003, Dec. 0, 1007. 

My sunflower girl : words by W. H. 
Waterman, music by D. Springer. 

[1405 ; 

W. H. Waterman, United States. 
C 169400, Dec. 12. 1007. 



J. B. Bra shear, music by C. A. R. 
male v. [1406 

James Preston Bra shear, Fort 
Worth, Tex. C 166272, Nov. 4, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 6, 1007. 

My sweetheart; waltz song, by Jo- 
seph Stott. [1407 
J. Stott, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
166972, Nov. 5, 1007; 2 c. Nov. 20, 

1007. 

My sweetheart's far away; poem by 

Tom A. Ferguson, music by Fred L. 

Beard. [140S 

F. L. Beard and T. A. Ferguson, 

Nome, Miss. C 167083, Nov. 20, 1007. 

My treasure; words by Sam M. Lewis, 

music by Dave Rose. [1400 

Theo. Bendix, music publisher, 

New York, N. Y. C 167477, Nov. 19, 

1907. 

My unbleached Southern queen ; 
words by Avery Armstrong, music 
by Madden music co. [1500 

Melville music pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 157S04, July 10, 1007 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 20, 1007. 

My valentine ; [words by] Amelia M. 

Starkweather, [music by] Edna G. 

Young. [1501 

Tullar-Meredith co., New T York, 

N. Y. C 100186, Dec. 10, 1007. 

My wheel and I ; [words & music by] 
Edna G. Young. [1502 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. i r . C 160204, Dec. 10, 1007. 

My wildwood rose; [song] by Sylves- 
ter William Taylor. [1503 
S. W. Taylor, Cripple Creek, Colo. 
C 168848, Dec. 6, 1007. 

Mystic (The) flower; [song] by 
Margaret Rosina Bradshaw. [1504 
M. R. Bradshaw, Los Angeles, Cal. 
O 168750, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Nachts in der cajute (At night in 
the cabin) ; ein Cyclus von sechs 
gedichten . . . von Heinrich Heine, 
fiir eine tiefe singstimme und klavier 
von Theodor Bohlmann. [1505 

Pantheon verlag, Bruno C. L. 
Plothon, Berlin, Germany. C 165005, 
Nov. 1, 1007. 

Nan ; song, words by William H. Gard- 
ner, music by George Low T ell Tracy. 

[1506 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 168715, Dec. 6, 1007. 



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Nanda; Bohemian two step, [by] 

F. Karasek. Svo. orch. [1507 

A. H. Eastman, Cleveland, Ohio. 
C 168975, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Narodne pochod; slozil Leonhard pro 

piano, Upravil Fr. Kmoch. Mofmer 

Urbanek, Praha. [150S 

J. F. Zehnal, Cleveland, Ohio. C 

168062, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Nashville, Tennessee ; words by Wm. 
McKenna, music bv Rose De Haven. 

[1509 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 167118, Nov. 14, 1907. 

Nature faker; march two step, by 
Theodore Hoffmann, pf. [1510 

T. Hoffmann, Washington, D. C. C 
168921, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Naughty (A) brother; by Maude 
Mayhew. song. [1511 

M. Ma v hew, Herkimer, Ivans. C 
166925, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Naughty (The) trout; [words by] 

Amelia M. Starkweather, [music bv] 

Edna G. Young. [1512 

Tullar-Mereditk co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169201, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Naval (A) engagement; words by 

Timothy Oaks, music by Raymond A. 

Browne. [1513 

T. Oaks, United States. C 169403, 

Dec. 12, 1907. 

Neapolitan boat song; from . . . 
The three kisses, words by Percy 
Greenbank, music by Howard Tal- 
bot, no. 2 in E flat. . [1514 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167629, Nov. 21, 1907. 

'Neath the boughs of apple blos- 
soms in the dell ; words by Rob't 
H. Diehl, music by Raymond A. 
Browne, song. [1515 

R. H. Diehl, Westfleld, Mass. C 
166965, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Neidische (Der) mond (The jealous 
moon) ; fur erne singstimme mit 
pianoforte von Leopold Karlinsky. 
English words by John Bernhoff. 
(Sechs lieder no. 4). [1516 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 
Germany. C 166149, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Nelke ; polka mazurka von W. Becker, 

op. 27, fur piano. (Der blumenball, 

sechs leichte tanzchen no. 6). 1517 

H. R. Krentzlin, Berlin, Germany. 

C 166145, Nov. 2, 1907. 



Nellie McKenzie for mine ; words by 

M. F. Sexton, music by Fred'k T. 

Strachan. [1518 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 

C 168461, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Neue fulle (The rapture of love) ; 
fur eine singstimme mit clavier- 
begleitung, von Max Reger, op. 104, 
English words by John Bernhoff, 
ausgabe tief. (Sechs lieder no. 1). 

[1519 
Otto Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 167612, Nov. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1907. 

Neuert (Fritz) Beliebte manner- 
chore, op. 84 ; no. 1, Liebessehnen ; 
no. 2, Liebesgrusse ; [ged. v.] Carl 
Pusch. Op. 85, Muttersprache ; [ged. 
v.] Max von Schenkendorf. [1520 
Karl Hochstein, Heidelberg, Ger- 
many. C 168435-168437, Dec. 2, 
1907. 

Never count your chickens before 
they are hatched ; words by Ridge- 
ly Fletcher, music by Chas. Miller. 

[1521 

Lewis, Adams pub. co., Fort 

Wayne, Ind. C 168924, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Never worry; [words by] James 
Rowe, [music by] Thoro Harris. 

[1522 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166859, Nov. 11, 1907. 

New (The) administration; march 

two step, [by] Floyd J. St. Clair. 

Svo. band. [1523 

H. N. White. Cleveland, Ohio. C 

16S939, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Svo. orch. 



LI. N. White, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
167993, Nov. 29, 1907. 
Newsboy's (The) evening cry; [song] 
by Esther M. Scott. [1524 

E. M. Scott, Watervliet, N. Y. C 
168770, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Night and day; words by Jeff T. 
Branen, music by Evans Lloyd. 

[1525 
J. T. Branen co., Chicago, 111. C 
168744, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Nightingale (The) ; by Benjamin 
Whelpley, op. 11. (Five pieces for 
the piano no. 2.) [1526 

G. Schirmer jr., Boston, Mass. C 
167957, Nov. 27, 1907. 
Nightingale (The) polka; [by] Ma- 
rie Greer MacDonald. pf. [1527 
M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. 
C 162709. Sept. 25, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 18, 
1907. 



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i.\)i o\ :: song : words by M. C. 
Isabel Shervinton, music by Percy 
Godfrey, do. 1 in 1> minor. [ 1528 
M. c. I. Shervinton, London. Eng- 
land. C L67110, Nov. 14, 1007. 

No Christmas fob us; [song] by 
Mrs. A. E. Testman. I L529 

Mrs. A. B. Testman, Atlantic City, 
X. J. C 168758, Dec. 0. 1007. 

Noble (T. Tertius) Eight Christmas 
carols; words by The Right Rever- 
end The Lord Bishop of Truro. Svo. 

[1530 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
168948, Dec. 0, 1007. 

Morning and evening service; set 

to music -in key of A minor, op. 17. 
no. 2. Magnificat and Nunc dimittis. 
Svo. [1531 1 

Houghton & co., Loudon, England. ' 
C 160163, Nov. 5, 1007. 

■ Te Deum and Benedictus ; the 

morning and evening service set to 
music iu the kev of A minor, op. 17, [ 
no. 1. Svo. [1532 

Houghton & co.. London, England, i 
C 167S14, Nov. 25, 1007. 

Nobody seems to cabe for me ; words j 
by Nellie Mae Durfee, music by Ray- 
mond A. Browne music co. [1533 
N. M. Durfee. Stoneham, Mass. C 
167007, Nov. 13, 1007. 

Noel de Pierrot ; mimodrame en trois j 
acts de F. Beissier, musique de Y. 
Monte. Ouverture pour orchestre. ! 
103500. 4to. [1534 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
167104, Nov. 15, 1007. 

Nolck (August) ZwoTf kleine melo- j 
disc-he etuden ; fur violoncell mit i 
begleitung des pianoforte (fiir den | 
elementaruuterricht), op. 161. 

[1535 
J. Rieter-Biedermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 167610, Nov. 21, 1007; 
2 c. Nov. 22, 1007. 

Nollet ( E. ) Elegy ; study piece [for 

piano], op. 88, edited bv Hans 

Lichter. [1536 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 100130, Dec. 0, 1007. 

Norges konge ; for mandskor, af Al- 
fred Paulsen. Svo. [1537 
A. Paulsen, Chicago, 111. C 
167133, Nov. 8, 1907. 



Xou\ i (La) ; skating pour 

piano par Thoivsc Wittinann. avec 
une theorie do cette danse. [1538 
Emile Leduc, 1*. Bertrand & cie., 
Paris. France. O 166188, Nov. 2, 
1907. 

Norwegian song; miniature suio- for 
1 ianoforte by Gena Branscombe, op. 

2. (In distant lands no. 2.) [1530 
G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 
167877, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 27, 
1007. 

Not till then shall I forget thee; 
[song] by O. S. Lawton. [1540 

0. S. Lawton, North Providence, 
R. I. C 168780, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Nothing bothers me; words and mu- 
sic by C. Florian Zittel. [1541 
Maurice Shapiro, New York, N. Y. 
C 168800, Dec. 7, 1007. 

Nothing ever worries me ; words by 

Johu B. Lowitz, music by Lou 

Hirsch. [1542 

Helf & Hager Co., New York, N. 

Y. C 160070, Dec. 10. 1007. 

Nothing to worry about; humorous 
song, written and composed by Nel- 
son Jackson. [1543 
Reynolds & co., London, England. 
C 167838, Nov. 26, 1007. 

Now I'm a millionaire ; words by Fer- 
dinand Henke, music by Madden mu- 
sic co. [1544 
F. Henke, United States. C 160408, 
Dec. 12, 1907. 

Now SHE sleeps beneath the daisies ; 
[song] by Ivan Simpson. [1545 

1. Simpson, Peuawawa, \Yash. C 
168796, Dec. 6, 1907. 

NOW THE GOLDEN MORN ; fOUl'-pai't SOUg, 

words by Thomas Gray, music by 
John E. West. (Novello's part-song 
book no. 1045.) Svo. [1546 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 166739, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Nunn (E. Cuthbert) Two character- 
istic pieces, Yalse gracieuse and con- 
tredanse; for violin and pianoforte. 
(The Ambrose edition no. 118). 

[1547 
Ambrose Abbott & co., London, 
England. C 164647, Oct. 16, 1007. 

Nut cracker's dance ; by Alfred Field- 
house, pf. [1548 
W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 
160532, Dec. 14, 1007. 



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Nutting (Godfrey) Miniature cycle 
of six little songs; words by H. S. 
Reed and Godfrey Nutting. Low 
voice. 4to. [1549 

Leonard & co., London, England. 
C 167843, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Nyarssang; [song by! R. Lagerstroin. 

[1550 
Kyrkosangen pub. co., Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. C 166801, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Nymphe (La) de la source; poesie 
de Henri de Regnier, inusique de 
LTenri Biisser. no. 1, pour soprano 
or tenor; no. 2, transposition pour 
mezzo-soprano ou baryton. [1551 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 16S562, 168563, Dec. 4, 1907. 

O bleibe nicht fern; [words by] 

Wm. Appel, [music by] G. A. Guen- 

ther. [1552 

G. A. Guenther, Newark, N. J. C 

169388, Dec. 12, 3907. 

O blessed morn; Christmas carol, 
words and music by Jennie MacKin- 
non. 8vo. [1553 
J. MacKinnon, Buffalo, N. Y. C 
167190, Nov. 15, 1907. 

O Canada, beloved fatherland ; chant 
national, words by Hon. Judge Rou- 
thier, harmonized and arr. for mixed 
voices by Edward Broome, music by 
C. Lavallee, translation bv James 
Acton. [1554 

Nordheimer piano & music co., To- 
ronto, Canada. C 168959, Dec. 9, 
1907. 

O clap your hands ; [song by] Chas. 
H. Gabriel. [1555 

R. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C 
169490, Dec. 14, 1907. 

O COME TO MY HEART, LORD JESUS | 

Christmas anthem by Frank H. 
Brackett, [mixed voices & organ]. 
(Octavo church music). [1556 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 166775, Nov. 11, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
9, 1907. 
O fair dream ; reverie, words and 
m\jsic by Blanche Arden Cartland, 
translation by Mme. Lutyen. Paris, 
E. Ploix. [1557 

B. A. Cartland, Paris, France. C 
166275, Nov. 4, 1907. 

O hermit, O veery; love song, high, 
words by Frederick Mauley, [music 
bv] Henry Hadley, op. 57. no. 5. 

[1558 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 
C 167672, Nov. 22, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
23, 1907. 



O MOONLIGHT DEEP AND TENDER ; WOl'dS 

by James Russell Lowell, music by 
Florence Ay 1 ward. [1559 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167001, Nov. 12, 1907. 

O paradise eternal ! words by T. 
Davis, music by W. D. Armstrong. 

[1560 
Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 16779S, Nov. 25, 1907. 

O. R. T. march; by Thos. F. Hurst. 
pf. [1561 

Geo. Jaberg music co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 168781, Dec, 6, 1907. 

O, salb' mich, herb ! Anoint me, Lord I 
[words by] Wm. Appel, tr. [by] 
Harry Marschner, music by Frieda 
L. Appel. [1562 

Wm. Appel, Detroit, Mich. C 
169385, Dec. 12, 1907. 

O sanctissima ; variations, organ com- 
position by Heinrich Pfitzner. [1563 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
168145, Nov. 29, 1907. 

O sciopero de' Barbiere ! serenata a 
Mary, versi di Alfredo Taylor, mu- 
sica del M° Carlo Fiore. 8vo. man- 
dolin. [1564 
Arturo Matacea and Carlo Fiore, 
New York, N. Y. C 164071, Oct. 7, 
1907 ; 2 c, Sept. 28, 1907. 

O, seele, komm' ; O won't you come?; 
[words and music by] Harry 
Marschner, tr. from German [by] 
W. Appel. [1565 

Harry Marschner, United States. 
C 169048, Dec. 9, 1907. 

O sing to God; Christmas anthem for 
soprano and alto solo and chorus, 
words by B. Webb, [music by] Ch. 
Gounod, edited by Frederic York. 
(G. Schirmer's octavo church music 
no. 5034.) [1566 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167812, Nov. 25, 1907. 

O SING UNTO THE LORD A NEW SONG J 

anthem by G. A. Blackburn. (Cho- 
ral album no. 754). 8vo. [1567 

Bayley & Ferguson, London, Eng- 
land. C 166728, Nov. 11, 1907. 
O wondrous joy; words and music by 
C. Will Schwartz. [1568 

C. W. Schwartz, Ottumwa, Iowa. 
C 168649, Dec. 5, 1907. 
Ocean wave ; intermezzo, composed by 
Irene Taylor, pf. [1569 

N. B. Taylor, Los Angeles, Cal. 
C 167057, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
4, 1907. 



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nos. i 5, Jan., 190S 



O'er blooming meadows; trio for 

women's voices, by J. B. Wekerlin, 
edited by Hans Liehter. (Octavo 
edition no. 11745). [1570 

Oliver Pitson CO., Boston, Mass. 
C 168155, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Off for Thanksgiving day; [words 
& music byj Edna G. Yo.ung. [1571 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. : 
Y. C 169188, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Oh, come let us sing; [by] E. H. 

Packard, song-. [1572 

Lorenz pub. co.. Dayton, Ohio. C 

16S552, Dec. 3, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 4, 

1907. 

Oh ! hear, the bells ; [words and mu- 
sic by] B. C. Wittenmyer. [1573 
B. C. Wittenmyer, Benton Ridge, 
Ohio. C 167097, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Oh, hush thee my baby; music by 
A. H. Pease, arr. by Wm. Dressier 
for quartett for mixed voices, words 
by Sir Walter Scott. (Octavo mu- 
sic, secular). [1574 
Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 167650, Nov. 21, 1907 : 2 c. 
Nov. 19, 1907. 

Oh Mr. Max, Max, Max : [by] Joe 

Jordan, key of D vocal orch. 953. 

Svo. [1575 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 16S490, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Oh ! Mister What's-er-name ; writ- 
ten by Fred Murray, composed by 
Kenneth Lyle. [1576 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 167565, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Oh my luve's like a red, red rose ; 

[words bv] Burns, [music bv] E. 

Whyte, op. 17, no. 2. [1577 

McKechnie music co., Ottawa, 

Canada. C 167735, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Oh, oh, ma baby ; a Hawaiian lala, by 

Chas. L. Van Baar. [1578 

Gus Edwards music pub. co., New 

York. N. Y. C 149522, Apr. 24, 

1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 14, 1907. 

Oh, say, what's the matter with 

flirtixg?; words by Henrietta Eve, 

music by Madden music co. [1579 

H. Eve, Augusta, Ga. C 167094, 

Nov. 13, 1907. 

Oh, so slow ; [words by] Sallie K. 
Best, [music by] Howard E. Smith. 

[15S0 
Mever & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166826, Nov. 11, 1907. 



Oh, that good-night at the door! 
written by Harry Lynn and Chas. 
Ridgwell, composed by Chas. Ridg- 
well. [1581 

Francis. Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 16S533, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Oh ! women, women ; march from The 

Jolly Widow, arr. by Alfred Roth 

for orchestra. Svo. [15S2 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 

C 16S31S, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Oiseau (L') bleu; poesie de A. L. 

Hettich, musique de J. Toutain'- 

Griin. chant et piano. [1583 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 

16S242, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Oklahoma, the new state ; by Mrs. 
I. C. Robinson, song. [1584 

. Mrs. I. C. Robinson, Clarence, Ind. 
T. C 166951, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Ol' black Joe; quadrille, [by] G. E. 
Holmes. Svo. band. [1585 

C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, Iowa. 
C 169535, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Old black Joe ; medley, arr. by Marie 

Greer MacDonald. pf. [1586 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, IU. C 

162710, Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 18, 

1907. 

words and music by Stephen C. 

Foster, arr. by Max Spicker for 
three-part chorus of women's voices. 
(G. Schirmer's octavo choruses . . . 
no. 4997.) [1587 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167086, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 14, 
1907. 

Old faithful ; march and two step, 

[by] Abe Holzmann, arr. by Howard 

L. Curry, 1st & 2nd banjos. [1588 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 

168163, Nov. 29, 1907. 

arr. by Louis Tocaben 1st mand. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
168161, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Old fifty-nine; descriptive ballad, 
words by Scott Woodward, music by 
Chas. A. Skelcher. [1589 

S. Woodward, United States. C 
142242, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 9, 
1907. 

Old folks at home; by Stephen C. 
Foster, three-part chorus for wom- 
en's voices, arr. by Max Spicker. 
(G. Schirmer's octavo choruses . . . 
no. 4996)^ [1590 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
168140, Nov. 29, 1907. 



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Old (The) folks at home; two step, 
intro. Arkansas traveler; and My 
old Kentucky home; [by] Frank 
Holliday. pf. [1591 

Academic music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169299, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Old friends ; words by Gerald Massey, 
music by N. K. Griggs. [1592 

N. K. Griggs, Lincoln, Nebr. C 
167318, Nov. IS, 1907. 

Old (The) hay loft; [by] Mrs. Cor- 
nelius Hankins. song. '[1593 
Mrs. Cornelius Hankins, United 
States. C 157605, July 22, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 23, 1907. 

Old (The) hearthstone; by M. C. 
Atkins, song. [1594 

M. C. Atkins, Raymona, Iowa. C 
166921, Nov. 11, 19U7. 

Old homespun ; by S. C. Fenton. Svo. 
band. [1595 

Dalbey music co., La Porte, Ind. 
C 167937, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Old (The) school-bell; processional, 

[words by] Ada Blenkkorn, [niusic 

by] Thoro Harris. [1596 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 

166856, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Old (The) shield; words and music 
by Leslie Stuart. [1597 

Chappell & co.,. ltd., London, En- 
gland. C 16762S, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Old (An) top floor would be home 
sweet home with you; words and 
music by Alfred Glover, featured 
by Daisy Dormer. [159S 

Price & Reynolds, London, En- 
gland. C 16S539, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Oldberg (Arne) Carillon; for piano- 
forte, op. 27, no. 3. (Three minia- 
tures ... no. 3.) [1599 
Wa-Wan press, Newton Center, 
Mass. C 168671, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Olive (The) branch; march, [by] 
G. D. Sherman. 8vo. band. 

[1600 
C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, Iowa. 
C 169536, Dec. 14, 1907. 

On board the derelict ; [words by] 
Robert Louis Stevenson, Young E. 
Allison, [music by] Francis Camp- 
bell. Chorus for male voices no. 
408. 8vo. [1601 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 
167943, Nov. 27, 1907. 



Ok fire ; words by Edgar Leslie, 
music by Halsey K. Mohr. [1602 

Gordon music pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169392, Dec. 12, 1907. 

On the banks of the Allegheny 

far away ; words by W. B. Koch, 

music by Madden music co. [1603 

W. B. Koch, Sunbury, Pa. C 

168675, Dec. 5, 1907. 

On the banks of the Grand, by the 
rapids; an Indian memoir, words 
by Margaret A. Weekes, music by 
J. Wesley Lafferty. [1604 

M. A. Weekes, Smyrna, Mich. C 
158381, Aug. 2, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1907. 

On the bench 'neath the old wil- 
low tree; intro., All for you, 
waltz, [by] Lars Sorensen. [1605 
Jos. Morris music co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 169132, Nov. 27, 1907. 

On the Belvedere; march from O. 
Paster's operetta The dressmakers 
of Prague, arr. by W. Lewis, no. 1, 
for orchestra ; no. 2, for band. Svo. 

[1606 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 16S600, 168602, Dec. 4, 1907. 

On the lake; [words by] S. K. Best, 
[music by] Howard E. Smith. 

[1607 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. 
C 166846, Nov. 11, 1907. 

On the rim of the old Duy lake; 

[song] by Mabel Star. [160S 

M. Star, Loomis, W T ash. C 
168767, Dec. 6, 1907. 

On the road to Mandalay; words by 

Rudyard Kipling, music by Oley 

Speaks. [1609 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

C 167322, Nov. IS, 1907. 

Ox the shady side; [song] by B. F. 

Riddle. [1610 

B. F. Riddle, Gary, Ind. C 

16SS06, Dec. 6, 1907. 

One false hand ; by Mrs. Lizzie 

Flaherty, song. [1611 

Mrs. L. Flaherty, DeSmet, S. Dak. 

C 166910, Nov. 11, 1907. 

One's you, one's me: by W. FI. Hack- 
ney, song. [1612 
W. H. Hackney, Washington, D. C. 
C 166927, Nov. 11, 1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITION- 



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nos. !-.*>. Jan., 1908 



One (The) she'll love the best; Only wait; [words by] Joshua Tapp- 



written and composed by Harry 
Castling. [1013 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 168525, Dec. 3, 1907. 

One sunny day - in Naples; ininia- j 
ture suite for pianoforte, by Gena 
Branscombe, op. 2. (In distant 
lands no. 1). [1614 

G. Schlrmer, New York, N. Y. C 
107S7G, Nov. 20, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 27, 
1907. 

One winter's night; a Christmas 
carol, words by Robert Southwell, 
music by Herbert W. Wareing. 
(The church music review supple- 
ment no. SO). Svo. [1615 
H. W. Gray co., New York, N. Y. 
C 1070SS, Nov. 23, 1907. 

O'Neill of Derby; selection, [by] 
Chauncey Olcott, arr. by T. P. and 
Geo. J. Trinkaus. mand. orch. 

[1016 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 167892, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Only; [by] Angela C. Reynolds. 

song. [1617 

Angela C. Reynolds, United 

States. C 157610, July 22, 1907 ; 2 c. 

Nov. 22, 1907. 

Only a dream; waltzes, [by] Wm. 
De Legro. pf. [1618 

W. De Legro & son, San Diego, 
Cal. C 169419, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Only a message on a postcard; 
[song] by Cathrine Rider. [1619 

C. Rider, Binsrhamton, N. Y. C 
168773, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Only" a pin; humorous part-song for 
tenors and basses, words anony- 
mous, music by A. Herbert Brewer. 
(The Orpheus ... no. 444). 

[1620 
Novello & co., limited, London, 
England. C 168220, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Only flibting; ballad composed by 
Jane Sloman Torry. [1621 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Nov. 3, 1907. C 165884, Oct. 
30, 1907. 

Only say that you will love me; 
words and music by Clifford J. Wer- 
ner, medium v. [1622 
C. J. Werner, Orange, N. J. C 
169418, Dec. 13, 1907. 



ineyer, [music by] Ira P.. Wilson. 

[1023 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
168551, Dec. 3, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 4, 
1907. 

| Only (The) way; words by B. 3482, 
melody by A 9106, arr. for organ by 



B 2164. 



[1624 



E. T. Hoyt, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
16S596, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Opening of the ball ; waltz by Chas. 

Lindsay [for piano]. [1625 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 107401, Nov. 19, 1907. 
Opium (The) smoker; tone poem, 

from the lyrics of Arthur Symons, 

[music by] Campbell-Tipton. [1026 
G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 

100537, Nov. 6, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 5, 

1907. 

Orlamonde; [words by] Maurice 
Maeterlinck, translated by Mary J. 
Serrano, [music by] Henry F. Gil- 
bert. (The Wa-Wan society of 
America). [1627 

Wa-Wan press, Newton Center, 
Mass. C 166763, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 7, 1097. 

Oriental mazurka ; par G. Sgallari, 

piano solo. Milano, Carisch & Jani- 

chen. [1628 

G. Seallari, Bologna, Italy. C 

167915, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Otterstrom (Th.) Seks sange (six 

songs) ; for en stemme med piano. 

Kopenhagen, Peder Friis. [1629 

Th. Otterstrom, Chicago, 111. C 

166000, Nov. 1, 1907. 

Oltr Father in heaven ; [song by] R. 
H. Randall. [1630 

R. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C 
169492, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Our glorious land ; a national an- 
them, words by Theophil Stange, 
music by Frank Van der Stucken. 

[1631 

F. Van der Stucken, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 166718, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Our leader; concert waltzes, written 

and composed by Alvira Huggins 

Brian, pf. [1632 

A. H. Brian, Trenton, N. J. C 

16S879, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Our noble Washington; [words by] 

Edna G. Young, [music] arr. by I. 

H. Meredith. [1633 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169213, Dec. 10. 1907. 



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Our old Buckeye home; by Leonard 
Shoemaker. Song. [1634 

L. Shoemaker, Edgarton, Ohio. C 
166884, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Our own George Washington; [song] 
by John M. Desch. [1635 

J. M. Desch, San Francisco, Cal. 
C 168763, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Our Saviour : sacred dnett for soprano 
and alto or tenor and bass, words 
and music by C. A. White. [1636 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 rears 
from Nov. 3. 1907. C 165883,' Oct. 
30, 1907. 
Our Teddy; words and music bv Flor- 
ence Heath Mitchell. " [1637 
Mrs. W. B. Mitchell, Connersville, 
Ind. C 167055, Nov. 13, 1907. 
Outing march ; [by] W. J. Carl Meier, 
arr. by Wm. Frederick Peters, pf. 

[163S 

~W. J. C. Meier, Chicago, 111. C 

166675, Nov. 9, 1907. 

Owasco memories (Spring moods) ; 

for pianoforte by Arthur Farwell. 

(The Wa-Wan society of America). 

[1639 
Wa-Wan press, Newton Center, 
Mass. C 166762, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 7, 1907. 
Paddy's love letter ; words by Arthur j 
Du Soir, music bv John Neat. 

[1640 
Ascherberg, Hoopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London, England. C 167763. 
Nov. 25, 1907. 
Paganini (Nicolo) 12 sonatinen, fur 
violine und gitarre, op. 3 heft 2 ; ■ 
fiir violine und klavierbegleitung von 
Adalbert Giilzow. Sonatine 7-12. 

[1641 
N. Simrock g. m. b. h., Berlin, 
Germanv. C 164764, Oct. 17, 1907; | 
2 c. Oct. 16, 1907. 
Pagina triste ; melodie per canto con | 
ace. di pianoforte di A. Schettini no. i 
3. 11238 [1642 j 

Carisch & Jiinichen, Milano, Italy. 
C 166136, Nov. 2, 1907. 
Palaschko (Johannes) 10 kunstler- , 
etuden; fiir viola, op. 44. [1643 j 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig, ! 
Germany. C 165287, Oct. 23, 1907; : 
2 c. Oct. 22, 1907. 
Pale stars are the roses ; words by j 
Harold Boulton, music by Hermann 
Lohr, in D flat. (Garden songs 
no. 1). [1644 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167916, Nov. 27, 1907. 



I'alestrina (Giovanni Pierluigi da) 
Sanctus, from the Missa Papae Mar- 
celli; for mixed voices, edited by 
A. s. Vogt. (G. Schirmer's octavo 
music. . . . ). [1645 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
168216, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Pam Pam ; nouvelle danse Creole, pa- 
roles de Jost & Diodet, musique de 
R. Fernandez, arr. pour chant et 
piano par Louis Diodet. [1646 

Casa Dotesio, Madrid, Spain. C 
16870S, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

Pansies for thought; waltz by Lou 
Blyn. pf. [1647 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
16S966, Dec. 7, 1907. 

arr. by Herman Friedrich. 



8vo. orch. 

Walter Jacobs. Boston, Mass. C 
167074, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 9, 
1907. 

Paolo e Francesca; musica del maes- 

tra Luigi Mancinelli. Canto e piano. 

4to. [1648 

Edoardo Sonzogno, Milano, Italy. 

C 166684, Nov. 9, 1907. 

Papa I love y'ou ; [song] by L. S. 
Grigg. [1649 

L. S. Grigg, Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
168838, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Papillon (The butterfly) ; paroles de 
Bert W. Longworth, musique de 
Blanche Arden Cartland. Paris, E. 
Ploix. [1650 

B. A. Cartland, Paris, France. C 
166274, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Parade of the Teddys; march by 
Locia Fay Hamilton [for piano]. 

[1651 
Locia F. Hamilton, Lincoln, Nebr. 
C 168075, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Parfum leger ; intermezzo- valse pour 
piano par Aime Lachaume. [1652 
Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
168234, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Tarfums d'et£; valse lente, par L. 

de Manny, pf. [1653 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 

London, England. C 166745, Nov. 11, 

1907. 

Pas de jaloux; paroles de Mm. Briol- 

let et Leo Leli§vre, musique de Leo 

Pouget. [1654 

G. Ricordi & co., Milano, Italy. 

C 167247, Nov. 16, 1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



83 



nos. l 5, Jan., 3008 



j 1. 1 1 i.ia.n i Keyboard exer- 
cises for strength, equality and In- 
dependence, three essentials in piano 
technic. (Ditson edition no. 318). 

[1055 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 167889, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Passing (The) band; march, [by] 
Marie Greer MacDonald. pf. 

[165G 
M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. 
C 162711, Sept. 25. 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
IS, 1007. 

Passions of the heart : waltzes by 
Geo. D. Barnard for orchestra. Svo. 

[1657 
Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. C 
16S316, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Pataky (Hubert) Tier gesiinge; fur 
eine sin gsti mine imd klavier, version 
franga ise de Yirginie Laroche, op. 
3, no. 2, Wiegenlied (Berceuse) ; 
hoch, no. 3. Standchen (Serenade) ; 
hoch, no. 4, Gebet (Priere) ; hoch, 
und tief [mit cello ace J. [165S 

Otto Jonasson-Eckermann & co., 
Berlin, Germany. C 168080-168088, 
Nov. 29, 1907. 

Patty Pansy : [words by] Amelia M. 

Starkweather, [music by] Edna G. 

Young. [1G59 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169177, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Pavilion pastimes : song and dance 

schottisch, [by] Fred "VV. Clement. 

Svo. orch. [1660 

Raymond music co., Meriden, 

Conn. C 168988, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Pazzarriella ; polka par G. Sgallari, 

piano solo. Milano, Carisch & Ja- 

nichen. [1661 

G. Sgallari, Bologna, Italy. C 

167912, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Peace; love song, words by Frederick 
Mauley, [music by] Henry Hadley, 
op. 57, no. 3. [1662 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167670, Nov. 22, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 23, 
1907. 

Peace on earth ; [song by] R. H. Ran- 
dall. [1663 
R. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C 
169495, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Peach (The) that tastes the 
sweetest, hangs the highest on 
the tree; lyric by Will D. Cobb, 
music by Gus Edwards. [1661 

G. Edwards music pub. co., New- 
York, N. Y. C 159079, Aug. 8, 1907 ; 
2 c. Nov. 29, 1907. 



Pealing dells; [by] Leon Alves. pf. 

[1665 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 1677S2, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Pearl and a pearl; grand concert 
waltzes, by F. M. Liston and W. B. 
Countee. pf. [1660 

Liston & Countee, Kansas City, 
Mo. C 163583, Oct. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 13, 1907. 

Peerless Mike ; words by M. McCar- 
thy, music by E. M. Bjorge. [1667 
M. McCarthy, Detroit City, Minn. 
C 15S35S, Aug. 1, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 9, 
1907. 

Peerless Montana ; by Mrs. M. C. Mc- 
Ilveen. Song. [1663 

Mrs. M. C. Mcllveen, Helena, Mont. 
C 166S94, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Pelleas et Metis ande; drama lyrique 
en 5 actes et 12 tableaux, de Maurice 
Maeterlinck, musique de Claude De- 
bussy. Partition pour chant et 
piano, textes. frangais et englais, 
English translation by Henry Graf- 
ton Chapman. 4to. [1669 
A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 167677, Nov. 23, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 25. 
1907. 

Pensacola Sue; words by Ormsby A. 
Court, music bv Walter H. Lewis. 

[1670 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 168191, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Pensee d'amour ; romance for violin, 
cello and pianoforte, by J. A. 
Perdrau. [1671 

Metzler & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 166969, Nov. 12, 1907. 
Perses (Les) tragedie d'Eschlye, 
traduction Franchise de F. A. Her- 
old [musique de] Xavier Leroux. 
Suite d'orchestre, transcrite pour 2 
pianos quatre mains par I. Philipp. 

[1672 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 

Paris, France. C 166174, Nov. 2, 

1907. 

Pescetti (Giovanni Battist a) Presto; 

[for piano, edited by P. W. Orem]. 

[1673 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 166691, Nov. 9, 1907. 

Petite maitrise des colleges; l er 

cahier : morceaux a trois et h 

quatre voix, pour les offices du soir, 

par Ernest Gagnon. [1674 

Ernest Gagnon, Quebec, Canada. 

C 167430, Nov. 19, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

i 18, 1907. 



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Petits (Les) messagers; by Isidore 

Witmark. Key of F. vocal orch. 

930. 8vo. [1675 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 168189, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Petits (Les) mtjsiciens ; inarcietta 
per pianoforte di Giovanni Bolzoni. 
no. 111765, banda, piccola partitura, 
instrnmentazione di Anacleto Loschi. 

[1676 
G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 

168015, Nov. 25, 1907. 
no. 111905. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. O 

168016, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Petits oiseaux; romance de salon, 

paroles de Arsene Trudel, musique 

de J. Ernest Philie. [1677 

J. Ernest Philie, Woonsocket, R. I. 

C 167478, Nov. 19, 1907. 

Peycke (Frieda) Easy piano pieces. 

Tarantelle, The Chase; Dolly's 

waltz; Good night. [1678 

W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. C 166786, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Phaeton; poeme syinpkonique by C. 

Saint-Saens, arr. by L. P. Lauren- 

deau for band. [1679 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 

C 168319, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Philipp (I.) Quinze etudes; de de- 
menti, Cramer, Chopin, Schumann, 
Czerny, pour servir a l'enseigne- 
ment moderne du piano. Edition 
instructive avec notes and variantes. 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
167768, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Philp (James) Twin poems. O 

. flower of love, and The ruby, words 

by Felix Joseph. High voice. [1681 

W. Morley & co., London, England. 

C 166758, Nov. 11, 1907, 2 c. Nov. 6, 

1907. 

Phoebe, by J. Leon Aubrey Huber; 
song. [1682 

J. L. A. Huber, Vallejo, Cal. C 
166899, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Pine needles; waltzes, composed by 
Kate Myers Stith. pf. [1683 

K. M. Stith, Scammon, Kans. C 
169409, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Pinehurst march ; [by] H. A. Scott. 

8vo. band. [1684 

H. E. McMillin, Cleveland, Ohio. 

C 166035, Nov. 1, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 11, 

1907. 

Pionsetta (The) [song] by Chas. 
Speral. [1685 

Chas. Speral, Harrington, Wash. 
C 168765, Dec. 6, 1907. 



Pittsburg newsies march; [by] Geo. 

H. Holcombe, 8vo. band. [1686 

H. E. McMillin, Cleveland, Ohio. 

C 166036, Nov. 1, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 11, 

1907. 

Planter (The) ; words by Fred. E. 

Weatherly, music by Joseph H. 

Adams. No. 1 in E flat, London, 

Novello & co., ltd. [1687 

J. H. Adams, London, England. C 

167368; Nov. 18, 1907. 

Pleasant dreams, good-night ; words 

by Nat Shay, music by Fred. 

Fischer. [1688 

F. Fischer pub. co., New York, 

N. Y. C 167394, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Please remember me ; words by 

P. Feldman, music by Raymond Ray. 

[1689 

P. Feldman, Milwaukee, Wis. C 

150376, May 3, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 

1907. 

Poenitz (Franz) Abendfrieden : fur 

harfe, op. 77, no. 1. [1690 

Jul. Heinr Zimmermann, Leipzig, 

Germany. C 164785, Oct. 17, 1907; 

2 c. Oct. 16, 1907. 

Nocturne ; fur harfe, op. 77 no. 2. 

[1691 
Jul. Heinr. Zimmerman, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 164786, Oct. 17, 1907; 
2 c. Oct. 16, 1907. 
Polichinelle ; mes jouets no. 11 pour 
piano par Ed. Malherbe. (Pieces en- 
fantiues, deuxieme serie.) [1692 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
166295, Nov. 4, 1907. 
Polish national dance; by Xaver 
Scharwenka, op. 3, no. 1, arr. by. 
Theo. Moses for piano, revised and 
fingered by Hans T. Seifert. [1693 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
168322, Nov. 30, 1907. 
Polonyi (Elemer) Scherzo fantas- 
tique, op. 18; pour violoncello avec 
piano, revised and edited by Geo. 
Pflugf elder. [1694 

Franz Bard & bruder, Wien, 
Austria. C 168066, Nov. 29, 1907. 
Pomp and circumstance ; military 
marches no. 4 in G by Edward El- 
gar, op 39, arr. as an organ solo by 
G. R. Sinclair. [1695 

Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 168032, Nov. 29, 1907. 
Pomponnette; by A. Durand, op. 80, 
orchestrie par Gaston Choisnel. l ers 
violons. 8vo. [1696 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 168864, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 






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Popper (David) Gavotte; fur violon- 
cello und pianoforte, op. 75, ed. by 
O. Zapff. (Drei stiicke no. 2.) [1697 
Friedrich Hofmeister, Leipzig. 
Germany. C 163966, Oct. 8, 1907; 
2 c. Oct. 9, 1907. 

Serenade; fur violoncello und 

pianoforte, op. 75, ed. by O. Zapff. 
(Drei stiicke no. 1.) [1698 

Friedrich Hofmeister, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 163967, Oct. 8, 1907; 
2 c. Oct. 9, 1907. 

Possessed; [words by] Almon Hens- 
ley, [music by] Franz C. Bornschein. 

[1699 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
16S470, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Poupee dormeuse; mes poupees, no. 6 
pour piano, par Ed. Malherbe. 
(Pieces enfantines, premiere serie). 
no. 7, Poupees valsante; no. 8, Pou- 
pees nageuse; no. 9, Poupees par- 
lante ; no. 10, Poupees merveilleuse. 

[1700 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
166290-166294, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Pour l'absente; mazurka par Zerco, 
[pour orchestre] piano cond. 8vo. 

[1701 
Barrau, Paris, France. C 166747, 
Nov. 11, 1907. 

Pour que la nuit soit douce ; duo 
pour soprano et tenor, poesie de 
Henri de Regnier, musique de Henri 
Biisser. [1702 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 168564, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Practical studies in reading vocal 

music ; by T. Bath Glasson, series 3. 

16mo. [1703 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 

C 168182, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Praise and service; especially pre- 
pared for use in Sunday schools, | 
. . . praise services and all prayer 
and social meetings of the church, 
edited by Chas. H. Gabriel. 12mo. 

[1701 
American Baptist publication so- 
ciety, Philadelphia, Pa. C 154458, 
June 14, 1907 ; 2 c. July 2, 1907. 
Praise the Lord; [words by] John- j 
son Oatman, jr., [music by] A. J. 
Showalter. [1705 

A. J. Showalter, Dalton, Ga. C I 
167674, Nov. 22, 1907. 
Praise ye the Lord; [song by] Alice ! 
E. Sumner. [1706 

R. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C f 
169502, Dec. 14, 1907. 



Prayer; by Kosperer, arr. by H. Rhys- 
Herbert for male voices, [words by] 

E. H. Federlein. (Fischer's octavo 
edition ... no. 3078). [1707 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 167548, Nov. 20, 1907. 
Prayer (The) of the engine driver's 
wife; words and music bv Perley 
M. Helms. [1708 

P. M. Helms, Port Kent, N. Y. C 
163660, Oct. 5, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 11, 
1907. 

Prayer to the moon; music by E. 

Jaques-Dalcroze, English version by 

J. E. Hoare. [1709 

Sandoz, Jobin & cie., Paris, France. 

C 167592, Nov. 21, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

22, 1907. 

Precis de dictee musicale ; par Emile 

Schvartz. 8vo. [1710 

L. Rouhier, Paris, France. C 

166749, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Preghiera ; violin or violoncelle solo 

with pianoforte ace, organ ace. ad 
lib., by Frances Allitsen. sc. v. 
vc. & org. pts. 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167865, Nov. 26, 1907. 
Premiere; poesie de A. de Bengy- 
Puyvallee, musique de Louis Aubert, 
no. 1 ton original, soprano ou tenor ; 
no. 2, transposition, mezzo-soprano 
ou baryton. [1712 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 167489, 167490, Nov. 20, 1907 ; 2 c. 
each Nov. 21, 1907. 
Premiere (La) fleur; pour le piano 
par J. Jemain, op. 30. (Pour la 
jeunesse no. 5.) [1713 

E. Demets, Paris, France. C 

166750, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Premieres amours ; valse pour piano 

par Gabriel Allier. [1714 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 
Paris, France. O 166175, Nov. 2, 
1907. 

President Roosevelt; words by Mar- 
garet E. Ford, music by Metropoli- 
tan music co. [1715 
M. E. Ford, Newark, N. J. C 
167093, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Pretty as a picture ; waltzes, by John 

F. Barth. pf. [1716 
A. H. Eastman, Cleveland, Ohio. 

C 168974, Dec. 9, 1907. 
Pretty, black eyed Susan; song and 
dance, [by] F. R. Seltzer. Svo. 
band. [1717 

Coeuille-Seltzer, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 168358, Dec. 2, 1907. 



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Pretty little heatherbell ; words 

and music by George Spink. [1717i 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 164993, Oct. 19, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 13, 1907. 

Price (Lucy Jeanne) Lullaby. [1718 
L. J. Price, Fremont, Ohio. C 
166S9S, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Pride of the prairie; words by 
Henry J. Breen, music by George 
Botsford. [1719 

Jerome H. Remick & co.. New 
York, N. Y. C 1671S9, Nov. 15, 
1907. 

Priere (La) dtj Tzigane (The gipsie's 
prayer) ; valse tzigane [by] Spe- 
ranza-Camusat, arr. by Cbas. J. Rob- 
erts. Svo. orck. [1720 
Jos. \Y. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 167665, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Prince Charming; a la gavotte, [by] 
F. H. Losey, op. 213. Svo. band. 

[1721 
Yandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. C 168362, Dec. 2, 
1907. 

Princess of the sunny smile; words 
by Harold Simpson, music by 
Franco Leoni. No. 2 in G minor. 

[1722 
Cliappell & co., ltd., London. Eng- 
land. C 167862, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Prisca; Italieniscbes stiindcheu aus 
der operette Die Najaden, von Theo- 
dor Rupprecht, fiir piano mit unter- 
legtem text. [1723 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 
Germany. C 166156, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Progressive sight-reading; series for 
the pianoforte, edited by Charles 
Vincent. Book 1 very easy. 4to. 

[1724 

Vincent music co.. ltd., London, 

England. C 16S002, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Pulcinella innamorato ; poemetto 
eroi-comico di Roberto Bracco. 
Quattro tempi per orchestra di J. 
Burgmein, partitura. no. 1, Festa 
popolare, #102135; no. 2, La bat- 
taglia, #102141; no. 3, Serenata, 
#102147; no. 4, Cortesgio nuziale, 
#102153. 4to. [1725 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
168027-16S030, Nov. 27, 1907. 



trascrizione per piano a 

qnattro mani, #108747. 4to. 

G. Ricordi & c. Milano, Italy. C 
16S026, Nov. 27. 1907. 



Pumpkin (The) pie; [words by] 

Amelia M. Starkweather, music by 

Edna G. Young. [1726 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, 

N. Y. C 169203, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Queen of Angels ; grand sacred fan- 
tasia, by Paul de Ville for orches- 
tra. 4to. [1727 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
168603, Dec. 4, 1907. 



Question (The) ; [music by] Arthur 
Melvin Taylor in A, revised edition 
(Six encore songs no. 5.) 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 
167947, Nov. 27, 1907. 



rthur 
ition. 
[1728 



song, words by Richard Heard, 

music by Riccardo Lucchesi. [1729 
C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 166768, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Quies ; composizione per archi, di Gio- 
vanni Bolzoni, op. 137. #111898, 
Riduzione per pianoforte ; #111896, 
Partitura. [1730 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
168007, 16S00S, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Rachmaninoff (S.) Prelude, op. 3 

no. 2; piano, revised and fingered 

by Hans T. Seifert. [1731 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

168325, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Rain drops ; [by] E. O. Eaton, pf. 

[1732 
Theo. Presser. Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 168972, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Rain-in-the-face ; comic song by Ben- 
jamin Hapgood Burt. [1733 
Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 167903. Nov. 27, 1907. 

Rain (The) is falling on the flow- 
ers ; love song. high, words by 
Frederick Manley. [music by] 
Henry Hadley, op. 57, no. 2. [1734 
G. Schirmer. New York. N. Y. C 
167609, Nov. 22. 1907; 2 c. Nov. 23, 
1907. 

Rainbow : by Lou. Jambert. song. 

[1735 
Lou. Jambert. Coeur d'Alene, 
Idaho. C 166891, Nov. 11, 1907. 

— — song no. 2 interpolated into the 
operetta April Fool, words by George 
F. S. Pearce. music by Florence 
Maxim. [1736 

Geo. F. S. Pearce & Florence 
Maxim. United States. C 167440, 
Nov. 19, 1907. 



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nos. 1-5, Jan., IMS 



E.um-.ow Continued. 
words & music by Walter Edwards. 

[1737 
Peerless rubber manufacturing co., 
Now York, X. Y. C 167705, Nov. 23, 
11)07: 2 c. Sept. 9, 1907. 

Rainy day Lou; composed by Geo. W. 

Connel. song. [173S 

G. W. Connel, Wheeling, W. Va. 

O 106074, Oct. 31, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 24, 

1907. 

Rambling rose ; words by James J. 
Walker, music by John Heinzman. 

[1739 
Jos. W. Stern & co., Xew York, 
X. Y. C 1606S4, Aug. 2S, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Oct. 19, 1907. 

Rameau (Jean-Philippe) Drei suiten, 
fur das pianoforte; nach den 
pieces znm concertvortrage und 
schulgebrauche zu sammengestellt 
und eingerichtet von Hans Huber. 
no. 1, Suite in A moll; no. 2, Suite 
in E moll ; no. 3. Suite in G moll. 

[1740 
J. Rieter-Biedermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 167620-167622. Nov. 21, 
1907 ; 2 c. each Nov. 22, 1907. 

Rameaux (Les) (The palms) ; by J. 
Faure, arr. by R. Klugescheid. no. 
1, 2 violins and piano; no. 2, piano, 
violin and 'cello. [1741 

Carl Fischer, Xew York, X. Y. 
C 168343, 168344, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Randall's peerless anthems. [1742 
R. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C 
160569, Aug. 26, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 11, 
1907. 

Recessional; words by Rudyard Kip- 
ling, music by Harry L. Tyler. 8vo. 

[1743 
H. L. Tyler, Scranton, Pa. C 
167114, Xov. 14, 1907. 

Recipe (A) for kisses; [by] Ashton 
Oakley [male voices]. (Apollo 
leaflets no. 290). 8vo. [1744 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 
England. C 168452, Dec. 2, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 6, 1907. 

Reger (Max) Yariationen und fuge, 
op. 100; fur grosses orchester iiber 
ein thema von J. Adam Hiller. Par- 
titur. [1745 

Lauterbach & Kuhn, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 164011, Oct. 8, 1907; 2 c. 
Oct. 9, 1907. 



R I (I .MENTAL MARCHES OF FAMOUS 

British regiments ; compiled and 
arr. by John Slatter [for piano]. 
4to. [1746 

John Slatter, Toronto, Ontario. 
C 167513, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Regret; reverie by Willis H. Russell. 

pf. [1747 

Willis H. Russell, Altoona, Pa. C 

153613, June 4, 1907; 2 c. June 19, 

1907. 

Reina (La) ; intermezzo for piano- 
forte, by J. T. Musgrave. [1748 
Forsyth bros., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167816, Xov. 26, 1907. 

Reine (La) marcli ; [by] Russell 
Alexander. 8 vo. band. [1749 

G. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, Iowa. 
C 169539, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Reiss krie ; [from] My wife's friend, 
words and music by S. Mogulesco. 

[1750 

Theodore Lohr, New York, X. Y. 

C 167143, Xo. 14, 1907. 

Rejoice and sing ; [words by] Colin 

Sterne, [music by] H. Ernest Xichol. 

[1751 
Tullar-Meredith co., Xew York, 
X. Y. C 168398, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Rejoice in the Lord ; sacred duett, 
soprano and contralto by J. W. Ler- 
man. (Molineux' collection . . . no. 
1648). 8 vo. [1752 

Geo. Molineux, Xew York, X T . Y. 
C 168269, Xov. 30, 1907. 

Rejoice ye servants ; [song by] Ran- 
som H. Randall. [1753 
R. H. Randall, Wilmette. 111. C 
169494, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Relief (The) ; quick march by Arnold 
Safroni for piano. [1754 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 
16S022, Xov. 25, 1907. 

— —orchestrated by J. Orel Hume. 
(Boosey's . . . Journal no. 114). 
4to. 

Boosev & co., Xew York, N. Y. C 
167124, Xov. 14, 1907. 

Religion's not always supreme; by 
F. Lincoln Fields, song. [1755 

F. Lincoln Fields. Burlington, 
Kans. C 166920, Xov. 11, 1907. 

Remember ; a sonnet by Christina Ros- 
setti. set to music for a low voice- 
by Cecil Forsyth [in F]. [1756 

G. Schirmer, jr.. Boston, Mass. C 
167909, Xov. 27, 1907. 



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Remember me ; song [words by] Thos. Reve langoureux ; valse tres lente 

Haweis, [music by] C. S. Briggs. pour piano, par Pier D'Ontana. 

[1757 [1768 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. Enoch & co., Paris, France. C 

C 168466, Dec. 2, 1907. 168240, Nov. 30, 1907. 



Remember your Creator; [words by] 

Amelia M. Starkweather, [music by] 

John R. Sweney. [1758 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169171, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Renaud (Albert) Esquisses; trente 
pieces pour harmonium ou orgue, op. 
120. (Bibliotheque moderne de 
l'organiste) . 8vo. [1759 

Costallat et cie., Paris, France. 
C 167338, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Request (A) ; [by] Ann Earnest 
Dunn, song. [1760 

Phillips & Crew co., Atlanta, Ga. 
C 167515, Nov. 20, 1907. 
Requiem d'amour; poesie de Laurent 
Tailhade, [musique de] Rene Chan- 
sarel, pour voix moyenne avec ace. 
de piano. [1761 

E. Demets. Paris, France. C 
166752, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Rest beyond the star : ; words by 
J. A. McG. Johns, music by Marion 
Berry. [1762 

J. A. McG. Johns, Little Rock. 
Ark. C 168812, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Retour de Chicago ; American — march 
pour piano par Octave Lamart. 

[1763 
Bonnaventure & fils, Caen, France. 
C 167774, Nov. 22, 1907. 
Return (The) (Ruckkehr nach der 
heimath) ; piano composition by Carl 
Heins, op. 190 no. 3, edited by L. E. 
Orth. [1764 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. Mass. 
C 168993, Dec. 9, 1907. 
Return of Spring (Retour du prin- 
temps.) ; polka brillante [by] Theo- 
dore Moelling, ed. and ring, by M. 
Greenwald. pf. [1765 

Century music pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 167810, Nov. 25, 1907. 
Reue und busse. Sorrow and repent- 
ance; [words and music by] Harry 
Marschner, tr. from German [by] 
C. A. Daniel. [1766 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169020, Dec. 9, 1907. 
Reve d'ivresse ; valse Boston, poesie 
de G. Fabville, musique de Spe- 
ranza-Camusat. Piano et chant. 
Paris, P. Martha. [1767 

Speranza-Camusat, Paris. France. 
C 166331. Nov. 4, 1907. 



Reveries of Prince Eglantine (Les 
reveries du Prince Eglantine) ; by 
Revnaldo Halm for piano, edited by 
H. Clough-Leighter. [1769 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 167302, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Riding in a motor car, [from] The 
auto race, by Manuel Klein. 8vo. 
orch. [1770 

M. Witmark & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 1677S0, Nov. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 21, 1907. 

[song from] The auto race, words 

and music by Manuel Klein. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 166646, Nov. 8, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 29, 1907. 

Rifleman's march ; ( Schutzen- 
marsch) ; by Arnoldo Sartorio, piano 
piece grade 2. (Scenes of youth 
no. 14). [1771 

Augener limited, London, England. 
C 167925, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Rigodon; fur pianoforte, von Hans 
Ailbout, op. 171. [1772 

H. R. Krentzlin, Berlin, Germany. 
C 168050, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Ring up your girlie; words and mu- 
sic by Alfred Glover. [1773 
Price and Reynolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 168537, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Rions toujours ; valse Viennoise de 

Rodolphe Berger, paroles de Burtey, 

pour chant et piano. [1774 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 

166731, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Riquet; ballet en deux actes, par 

Philippe Flon. Suite d'orchestra, 

partition. [1775 

Hengel & cie., Paris, France. C 

167359^ Nov. 18, 1907. 

Ritter (Albert) Sechs phantasie- 

stucke; fiir normal-harmonium, op. 

11. [1776 

Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 

C 166106, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Robin ! robin ! [words by] Flora Kirk- 
land, [music by] Howard E. Smith. 

[1777 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166851, Nov. 11, 1907. 



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Rocky (The) mountain leader: 

[song] by J. F. Thomas. [177S 

J. F. Thomas. Denver, Colo. C 
168819. Dec. G. 1907. 

Rogers bros. in Panama: by Max 
Hoffmann, piano solo. no. 1, grand 
selection; no. 2. medley march and 
two-step. [1779 

Rogers bros. music pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 16S118, 16S119, Nov. 
23, 1907, 

Rokoko : tanzbild in einem anfznge 
von Emnia Grondoua. inusik von 
Fritz Baselt. Clavieranszug kom- 
plett. [17S0 

Fritz Baselt, Frankfurt a. Main, 
Germany. C 16S079, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Romance of a rose; reverie, [by] 
Lawrence B. O'Connor, arr. by R. E. 
Hildreth. 4to. orch. [17S1 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. .C 
167077, Nov. IS, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 9, 
1907. 

Rosch (W. E. Serenade in 4 satzen : 
fur grosses orchester, op. 35, parti- 
tur. [1782 

Louis Oertel, Hannover, Germany. 
C 1639SS. Oct. 8, 1907: 2 c. Oct. 9, 
1907. 

Rose (The) : song, words by Pearl 

Sanderlin. music by Riccardo Luc- 

chesi. [1783 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 

Mass. C 166769. Nov. 11, 1907. 

Rose (The) awaits the dewdrop ; 
love song, medium, words by Fred- 
erick Manley, [music by] Henry 
Hadley. op. 57, no. 1. [1784 

G. Schirmer. New York. N. Y. C 
167668, Nov. 22. 1907: 2 c. Nov. 23, 
1907. 

Rose bloom ; words by Rosa S. Sharp, 
music by Lucien G. Chaffin, no. 1, 
in G. no. 2 in B flat, original. [1785 
William Maxwell music co., New 
York. N. Y. C 169152, 169153, Dec. 
10. 1907. 

Rose leaf rag; a ragtime two step, 
by Scott Joplin. pf. [17S6 

Jos. M. Dalv music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 167213, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Rose (A) song: [music by] Arthur 
Melvin Taylor in E flat, revised 
edition. (Six encore songs no. 4). 

[1787 
G. Schirmer. jr., Boston. Mass. 
C 167946, Nov. 27, 1907. 



Rosen ; [gedicht von] Manfred Kyber, 
[inusik von] Carl Beines, op. 82. 
(Drei lieder no. 2). [1788 

Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 16S427, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Roses de noel; melodies pour les 
petits et les grands, avec ace. de 
piano on de orgue-harmonium, par 
Julien Rousseau, no. 1312, les 10 
chants en recueil. [1789 

Foetisch freres. Lausanne, Switz- 
erland. C 168059, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Roses tremieres ; air de ballet pour 
piano par Maurice Pesse. [1790 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 168202, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Rosetta- waltzes : introducing Take 
me down to Coney, Tony ; by Eugene 
Lester, and Won't you love me; by 
Florence M. Burdett. pf. [1791 

Heinrich Bauer, New York, N. Y. 
C 169235, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Rosie Fern two step: composed by 

Mabel A. Bennett, pf. [1792 

M. A. Bennett, United States. C 

143205, Feb. 16, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 

1907. 

Rossler (Richard) Suite, fur flote 

und klavier, op. 16. [1793 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig, 

Germany. C 165288, Oct. 23, 1907; 

2 c. Oct. 22, 1907. 

Rouge et noir; air de ballet; minia- 
ture suite for pianoforte by Gena 
Branscombe, op. 2. (In distant 
lands no. 4). [1794. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167S79, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 27, 
1907. 

Royal (The) gewgaw; intermezzo- 
two step, by Earle E. Guilford, pf. 

[1795 
E. E. Guilford, North Adams, 
Mass. C 159415, Aug. 13, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 12, 1907. 

Royal scepter ; march and two step, 

[by] A. F. S. Gustafson. mand. 

orch. pts. [1796 

Wm. C. Stahl, Milwaukee, Wis. C 

167296, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Roy's schottische ; [by] Marie Greer 

MacDonald. pf. [1797 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago. 111. C 

102712. Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 18, 

1907. 



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Rubinstein (Anton) Melody in F; 

transcribed for violoncello and piano 

by Joseph Adainowski. [179S 

G. Schirmer jr., Boston, Mass. C 

167964, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Ruhrmichnichtau (Touch-me-not) ; 
fur eine singstimme niit pianoforte 
von Leopold Karlinsky, English 
words by John Bemhoff. (Sechs 
lieder no. 5). [1799 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 
Germany. C 166150, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Rum (A) seller's sign ; words by J. I. 
Holmes, music by Metropolitan mu- 
sic co. [1S00 
J. Holmes, New York, N. Y. C 
1692S7, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Russell (Louis Artliur) A popular 
course in sight singiug, and the ele- 
ments of musical theory. Newark, 
N. J., G. P. Gunther music co. 8vo. 

[1801 
Essex pub. co., Newark, N. J. A 
190858, Oct. 30, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 24, 
1907. 

Russia ; poeme sj^mphonique pour or- 

chestre, par Lili Balakirew, revidiert 

von Wilh. Dugge. 4to. [1802 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig, 

Germany. C 168069, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Russian suite de bal ; [by] R. Gruen- 
wald, op. 105. 4to. orcli. [1803 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 168150, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Ryder (Arthur H.) Five lyrics; by 

Louise Heald, set to music, op. 5. 

4to. [1S04 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 

167940, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Sabotage (Le) ; celebre danse Neer- 

landaise pour piano par Leo Dani- 

derff. [1805 

E. Joullot, Paris, France. C 

168447, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Sag', kann er noch mehr fur dich 
tun ? Oh, tell me : what more can he | 
do? [words & music by] Harry 
Marschner. tr. from German [by] 
Wm. Appel. [1S06 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169035, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Saida; song from The rose jar, for 
high voice with piano ace, words by 
Thomas S. Jones, jr., music by 
Harry Alexander Matthews. [1807 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. O 
167882, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 27, 
1907. 



Sail (A) in an airship; [song] by 
G. C. Kiehl. [1808 

G. C. Kiehl, Hegnis, Pa. C 168829, 
Dec. 6, 1907. 

Sailor and sweetheart true; by 

Louise Phillips, song. [1809 

L. Phillips, Tinmouth, Vt. G 

145687, Mar. 16, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 

1907. 

St. Joseph academy march ; composed 
by Sister M. Evangelista. pf. 

[1810 
Benedictine sisters of the Sacred 
Heart, Guthrie, Okla. C 167182, 
Nov. 15, 1907. 

Saint-Saens (Camille) ; Andantino 
du S e concerto, op. 61. Transcrip- 
tion pour clarinette et piano par Al- 
fred Piguet. [1811 
A. Durand & fils. Paris, France. 
C 16SS61, Dec. 7, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

-Romance: pour flute (on violon) 

avec ace. d'orchestre ou piano, op. 
37, transcription pour clarinette et 
piano, par Alfred Piguet. [1812 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 168201, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Saint Valentine memories; a gav- 
otte, by Eduard Hoist, pf. [1813 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 167S91, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Saixte-Cecile ; march and two step, 
composed by Alphonse W. Cote. pf. 

[1S14 
A. W. Cote, Lewiston, Me. C 
168930, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Salut d'amour (Love's greeting) ; 
by Edward Elgar. ' op. 12. arr. by 
R. Klngescheid. no. 1, 2 violins and 
piano ; no. 2, piano, violin and 
'cello. [1815 

Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. 
C 16S345, 168346, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Same (The) sun shines today true 

love, that shone in days of yore ; 

[song] by Mrs. G. Gebhardt. [1816 

Mrs. G. Gebhardt, Swedeland, Pa. 

C 16SS16, Dec. 6, 1907. 

San Francisco (The) tragedy of 
1906; by Delia F. Coatz. song. 

[1817 
D. F. Coatz, United States. C 
151197, May 11. 1907: 2 c. Nov. 12, 
1907. 



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Sands i Tin:) of Dee; live-part song 
for wen's voices, [words by] Charley 
Kinirsiey, [music by] J. P. Attwater. 
no. 10. Svo. [1818 

Breitkopf 6 Ilartel, New York, 
X. Y. C 168404, Dec. 2, 1907. 

SaN^KI! FOR SOMIAi.SSKOLANS JULFEST. 

Ftfrsta haftot. Svo. [1819 

Kyrkosagen publ. co.. Minneapo- 
lis. .Minn. C 100S03, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Santa Claus : march and two step, by 

Fred Yokonn. pf. [1820 

Sam Fox pub. co.. Cleveland, Ohio. 

C 107103, Nov. 15, 1007; 2 c. Nov. 11, 

1007. 

[words by] Amelia M. Stark- 
weather, [music by] Edna G. Young. 

[1821 
Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 160104, Dec. 10, 1007. 

Santa's nearly here; [words & mu- 
sic by] Edna G. Young. [1822 
Tu liar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 160211, Dec. 10, 1007. 

Sap head ; two step, composed by Jes- 
sie Belle Epps. pf. [1823 
J. B. Epps, United States. C 
140501, Apr. 25, 1007 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1007. 

Sartorio (Arnoldo) En trottinant; 
pour piano, op. 692. [1824 

H. Oppenheimer, Hameln, Ger- 
many. C 164773, Oct. 17, 1007; 2 c. 
Oct. 16, 1907. 

Standchen ; pour pianoforte, op. 

576. [1825 

H. Oppenheimer, Hameln, Ger- I 
many. C 164772, Oct. 17, 1007; 2 c. 
Oct. 16, 1907. 

Saules (Les) : pour piano par Charles 
Cuvillier. [1826 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C I 
168228, Nov. 30, 1007. 

Sausewind (Der) (Young scape- 
grace) : fur eine singstimme mit j 
clavier-begleitung, von Max Reger, 
op. 104. English version by John 
Bernhoff, ausgabe tief. (Sechs 
lieder no. 5.) [1827 

Otto Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
O 167616, Nov. 21, 1007; 2 c. Nov. 
22. 1007. 

Save thee. Columbia ! ; by George 
Henry Howard, song. [1828 

G. H. Howard. Washington, D. C 
C 160806. Nov. 11, 1007. 



Sam or (The) calls; [words by] 
Thos. L. Cooksey, [music by] J. 
Ross Mil lor. [1829 

T. L. Cooksey & J. R. Miller, 
United States. C 160450, Aug. 26, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 2, 1007. 

Saviour divine; sacred song, words 
by K. Palmer, music by H. T. Bur- 
leigh. [1830 
William Maxwell music co., New 
York, N. Y. C 160158, Dec. 10, 1007. 

Saviour, like a shepherd lead us; 
hymn for chorus of mixed voices, 
with soprano solo and organ ace, by 
W. H. Neidlinger. (G. Schirmer's 
. . . octavo church music no. 4078.) 

[1831 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167010, Nov. 12, 1007. 

Say I will ; [words bv] Sallie K. Best, 
[music by] Howard E. Smith. [1832 
Mever & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166825, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Say sis, give us a kiss; words and 

music by Edward Clark. [1833 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, N. 

Y. O 166396, Nov. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 14, 1007. 

Scarlatti (Alessandro) O cessati di 
piagarmi (Cease, oh cease) ; song, 
high in G, edited by Heinrich Kiehk 
English by Theodor Marzials. [1834 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 16586S, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Scent of the apple blooms ; by Pris- 
cilla D. Cage. song. [1835 

P. D. Cage, Nashville, Tenn. C 
166876, Nov. 11, 1007. 

Schafer (Der) (The shepherd) ; fur 
eine singstimme mit pianoforte von 
Leopold Karlinsky, English words by 
John Bernhoff. (Sechs lieder no. 3), 

[1836 
Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 
Germany. C 166148, Nov. 2, 1907. 

[text von] Goethe [English ver- 
sion] John Bernhoff, [musik von] 
Arnold Mendelssohn. (Autographen- 
album in liedern moderner meister 
. . . no. 5), obi. Svo. [1837 
Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany, 
C 168030, Nov. 20, 1007. 

Schellen (Der) klang. Those gold- 
bells; [words and music by] Harry 
Marschner, tr. from German [by] 
W. Kuhn. [1838 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
16001 S, Dec. 0, 1007. 



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Schelmenlied (Rogue's song) ; fur 
eine singstimme mit pianoforte von 
Leopold Karlinsky, English words by 
John Bernhoff . ( Sechs lieder no. 2 ) . 

[1839 
Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 
Germany. C 166147, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Schelmenliedchen ; fur vierstimmi- 
gen inannerchor von Gustav Lewin, 
op. 39. (Drei gedichte von Ernst 
Ludwig Schellenberg no. 3) 8vo. 

[1840 
Gebriider Hug & co., Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 165844, Oct. 29, 1907. 

SCHENKE UNS HEILIGE KRAFT. Fill US 

with olden time power ! [words 
and music by] Harry Marschner, tr. 
from German. [1841 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169055, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Schmitt (Florent) Petites musiques ; 
piano, op. 33. [1842 

Societe d'editions musicales, Paris, 
France. C 168222, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Schmoll (Anton) Saltarella ; for the 
piano op. 39&. [1843 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 168472, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Scholar's recreation, (Zur erho- 
lung) : waltz, composed by Wm 
Balzer. pf. [1844 

W. Balzer, Ozone Park, L. I. C 
168694, Nov. 12, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 5, 
1907. 

Schone wiege meiner leiden ; [words 
by] Heine, English version [and 
music by] E. Whyte, op. 25, no. 2. 

[1845 
McKechnie music co.. Ottawa, On- 
tario, Canada. C 167737, Nov. 25, 
1907. 
Schonen (Die) von Fogaras ; ko- 
mische oper in drei akten von Victor 
Leon, musik von Alfred Griinfeld, 
fiir piano. Ballet no. 5, Kor. Hun- 
garian dance; no. 5,. Czardas, friss. 

[1846 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 168085, 168086, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Schonsten (Die) tone; fiir vier- 
stimmigen mannerchor, von Richard 
Fricke, op. 31, gedicht von Wilh. 
Mliller. (Fiinf lieder no. 3). [1847 
D. Rahter, Leipzig, Germany. C 
165813, Oct. 29, 1907. 
School is in; [words by] James 
Rowe, [music by] Thoro Harris. 

[184S 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166860. Nov. 11, 1907. 



School is out; [words by] James 
Rowe, [music by] Thoro Harris. 

[1849 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166822, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Schrattenholz (Leo) Fiinf gedichte 
von Hedwig von Olfers; fiir eine 
singstimme mit begleitung des piano- 
forte, op. 39. [1850 

N. Simrock g. m. b. h., Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 164757, Oct. 17, 1907; 2 c. 
Oct. 16, 1907. 

Schroeder (Carl) An der Garonne; 
zwei stiicke fiir kleines orchester, 
op. 92; Ausgabe fiir pianoforte zu 2 
handen. no. 1, Berceuse ; no. 2, Sere- 
made-pizzicato. [1851 
Ernst Eulenburg, Leipzig. Ger- 
many. C 168060, 168061, Nov. 29, 
1907. 

Schubert (Franz) Ausgewahlte lie- 
der; fiir normal harmonium mit 
binziigefugtem text, bearbeitet von 
Otto Albert, op. 104. heft 1-3. 

[1852 
Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 
C 166115-166117, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Menuett ; konzertstiicke fiir vio- 

line und klavier [bearb. von] Willy 
Burmester, no. 7. [1853 

Schlesinger'sche b u c h- u. musik- 
handling (Rob. Lienau), Berlin, 
Germany. C 168065, Nov. 29, 1907. 

& Liszt (Franz) Serenade; arr. 

by R. Klugescheid. no. 1. Piano, 
violin and 'cello ; no. 2, 2 violins and 
piano. [1854 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
168341, 168342, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Schumann (Robert) Studie in B 
minor, op. 56 no. 5. Metrostyle 
75111. [1855 

Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
167052, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 15, 
1907. 

Schwabische landler; mazurka-pot- 
pourri fiir piano mit text, von Wilh. 
Lindemann. [1856 

Regina-verlag, Berlin, Germany. C 
168402, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Scottish (The) contralto album; 
the songs selected, edited, and anno- 
tated by Donald Ross, the accts. 
composed and revised by Alfred 
Moffat. Svo. [1857 

Paterson & sons, Edinburgh, Scot- 
land. C 167064, Nov. 13, 1907. 



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nos. 1-5, Jan.. 1908 



The) hath its pearls; [words 
by] Heine, Eng. version by Longfel- 
low, [music by] E. Whyte, op. 24, 
no. 1. [1858 

McKechnie music co., Ottawa, Can- 
ada. C 167736, Nov. 25, 1007. 

Seasons (The) : waltz song, words 
and music by Alexander MacFadyen, 
op. 9. [1S59 : 

A. MacFadyen. New York, X. Y. 
C lo7!>74. Nov. 20, 1907: 2 c. Nov. 15, 
1907. 

Second brigade N. G. N. J. : march, 
composed by Albert Winkler. [1S60 
A. AY inkier, Trenton, N. J. C 
1GS905, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Secrets ; [words by] Frederic Law- 
rence Knowles. [music by] Wilbur j 
Hascall, male voices. Octavo. [1S61 
Fraternity pnb. co., Boston, Mass. 
C 168713, Dec. 4, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1907. 

Seeing Paris : march two step polka, 

[by] Cb. Mougeot, arr. by Maurice 

F. Smith. Svo, band. [1862 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. G 

16S100, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Seele, O verzage nicht. Don't lose 
courage ; never fear ! [words and 
music arr. by] Harry Marschner, tr. 
from German by C. A. Daniel. 

[1S63 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169036, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Seele (Die) vor der Himmelstur ; 
geistliches volkslied aus Freiburg im 
Breisgau, fur eine singstimme mit 
Normal-harmonium, bearbeitet von 
Karl Kampf. [1864 

Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 
C 166114, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Sehet, welche ltebe (See, what ten- 
der love) ; [text von] Ph. Spitta 
[English version] John Bernhoff, 
[musik von] Joseph Rheinberger, op. 
157. (Autographen-album in lie- 
dern moderner mesiter . . . no. 8). 
obi. 8vo. [1865 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 16S042, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Sei nur getrost. Be of good cheer ; 
[words and music by] Harry 
Marschner, tr. from German [by] C. 
A. Daniel. [1866 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169061, Dec. 9, 1907. 



Sei nur still; lieder und gesiinge 
fiir eine singstimme und klavier, 
von Max Wiedemann, op. 3 no. 3, 
mit begleitung von violine u. clior 
ad lib. mittel (medium). [1867 
Wm. A. Kaun music co., Milwau- 
kee, Wis. C 167326, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Seitz (Friedrich) Zwei konzerte, fiir 
die junge welt; schiiler konzerte no. 
6 und 7. Fiir violine und piano- 
forte, op. 31, G dur ; op. 32, G moll ; 
Fiir violoncell und pianoforte, op. 31 
G dur ; op. 32, D moll. [1868 

D. Rahter, Leipzig, Germany. C 
167605-167608, Nov. 21, 1907; 2 c. 
each Nov. 22, 1907. 

Seliges sterben ; ein gesang mit 
klavier und violine von Fritz Fleck, 
mittel. [1869 

Pantheon verlag, Bruno C. L. 
Plothow r , Berlin, Germany. C 
166140, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Send a bugle call to the church ; 

[words by] Lizzie De Armond, 

[music by] Howard E. Smith. [1870 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 

1G6840, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Senora; Spanish waltz, [by] Jos. S. 
Nathan, arr. by R. L. Halle. 8vo. 
orch. [1871 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
167454, Nov. 16, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 15, 
1907. 

Serenade a Loute ; paroles de Ar- 

mand Foucher, musique de Ch. 

Borel-Clerc. [1872 

G. Ricordi & co., Milano, Italy. C 

167240, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Serenade grotesque; petite suite par 

I. Philipp, arr. a deux pianos par A. 

Reittinger, no. 2. [1873 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 

166307, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Servel (Pierre) Petite methode de 

dictee musicale. 12mo. [1874 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 

Paris, France. C 166177, Nov. 2, 

1907. 

Serwas schlieferl; Juxmarsch, text 

von Turl Wiener, musik von Theo- 

dor Wottitz, op. 102. [1875 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 

C 165809, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Severed ; words by P. R. Hines, music 
by Metropolitan music co. [1876 

P. R. Hines, United States. C 
169407, Dec. 12, 1907. 



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Sevilla; by de Aceves, op. 66 no. 1. 

Metro style 75073. [1877 

Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 

16T045, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 15, 

1907. 

Seybold (Aethue) Zum vortrag; 3 
Kleine leichte stiicke fiir violine 
mit piano, op. 132. no. 1, Herbst- 
liedchen ; no. 2, Ein Kleiner walzer ; 
no. 3, Serenade. [1878 

N. Simrock g. in. b. h., Berlin, 
Germany. C 16S052-16S054, Nov. 
29, 1907. 

Shadows (The) of the evening 
hour ; duet for contralto and bari- 
tone, [words by] Adelaide Proctor, 
[music by] C. S. Briggs. [1879 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 168467, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Shamrock, lyrics by Billy de Yere, 
music by Dawson Wood. " [1880 

H. J. Wood co., New York, N. Y. 
C 158745, Aug. 3, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 21, I 
1907. 

She came home in a taximeter cab ; 
written and composed by Will Hyde 
and R. P. Weston. [1881 

Shapiro, Yon Tilzer music co., ltd., \ 
London, England. C 166741, Nov. 11, '■ 
1907. 

She couldn't keep away from the 
ten cent store ; lyric by Dave Reed, 
music by Herbert Spencer. [1882 ! 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, ! 
N. Y. C 168111, Nov. 23, 1907. 

She didn't give in ; a musical adapta- 
tion of Thank goodness the table is 
spread and The obstinate family; j 
lyrics by Elsie West, music by Wil- | 
liam M. Hutchison. 8vo. [1883 

Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, j 
N. Y. C 168883, Dec. 7, 1907. 

She forgot to bring him back ; words 
by William J. McKenna, music by | 
May Irwin. [1884 j 

Rose and Snyder co., New York, 
N. Y. C 167138, Nov. 14, 1907. 

She is mine; [by] Bertha McCorkle. 
Song. [1885 

B. McCorkle, La Porte, Ind. C 
166939, Nov. 11, 1907. 

She is sleeping to-night near the 

willows ; by A. Rouner. song. [1886 

A. Rouner, United States. C 

162614, Sept. 23, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 10, 

1907. 



She is waiting by the sea ; words by 

Wm. F. Kozik, music by Raymond 

Ray. [1887 

W. F. Kozik, Ontario, Canada. 

C 160310, Aug. 24, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

29, 1907. 

She'll take care of me; [song] by 

Belle Billings. [1888 

B. Billings, Sultana, Cal. C 
168839, Dec. 6, 1907. 

She's been a good wife to me; or, 
My old pipe; written by Worton 
David, composed by Orlando Powell. 

[1889 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 167567, Nov. 21, 1907. 

She's my California poppy; by J. D. 
Hassfurther. song. [1890 

J. D. Hassfurther, Ashland, 
Oreg. C 166877, Nov. 11, 1907. 

She's my dainty little bird ; by Ed- 
ward Hill. song. [1891 
E. Hill, Denver, Colo. C 166913, 
Nov. 11, 1907. 

Sheaf (A) of songs. [music by] 
Ernest Austin, op. 6, German trans- 
lations by Annie Johnston. 4to. [1892 
J. H. Larway, London, England. 
C 167S39, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Shelley (Harry Rowe) Melody in A 

flat; for organ. [1893 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 

C 164677, Oct. 16, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 

17, 1907. 

Spring song and scherzo ; for the 

organ. [1894 

H. R. Shelley, New York, N. Y., 
in renewal for 14 years from Dec. 
31, 1907. C 167820, Nov. 26, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 27, 1907. 
Shepherd (The) and the echo; Ty- 
rolienne for the piano, by Geo. L. 
Spaulding. (Pastime pictures no. 3). 

[1895 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167469, Nov. 19, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
20, 1907. 
Shepherd (The) Boy's farewell to 
his flock ; morceau brilliant by 
Chas. D. Blake [for piano]. [1896 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Nov. 8, 1907. C 165S85, Oct. 

30, 1907. 

Shepherd's dream (Sennerstraum) ; 

piano composition by Carl Heins, op. 

171, edited by L. E. Orth. [1897 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 

168992, Dec. 9, 1907. 



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Shepherd's (The) holiday; by E. 
Kuhlstrom, piano piece, grade 2. 
(Scenes of youth no. 24.) [1898 

Augener, limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 167928, Nov. 27. 1907. 

Shine on, . O stab of Bethlehem: 

words by II. Lloyd De Waldt, niusic 

by Lemuel Harper, [1899 

Henry pub. co., Pittsburg, Pa. C 

168928, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Ships that pass : words by F. Kinsey 

Peile. music bv Albert W. Ketelbey, 

in D. [1900 

Leonard v.V: co., London. England. 

C 107510. Nov. 20, 1907. 

Shooting the chutes ; galop for the 
piano, by Geo. L. Spaulding. (Pas- 
time pictures no. 9). [1901 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 107400, Nov. 19. 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
20, 19<)7. 

Shovel (The) fish; rag, [by] Harry 

L. Cook. pf. [1902 

H. L. Cook, Louisville, Ky. C 

165234, Oct. 4, 1907; 2 c. Sept. 5, 

1907. 

Siamoise (La) ; danse nouvelle avec 
accessories, theorie de E. Giraudet, 
musique de Gustave Dreyfus, piano. 

[1903 
Gaston Audrieu, Paris, France. C 
166330, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Sibelius (Jean) Kbnig Kristian-suite ; 

bearbeitet fur pianoforte zu 2 han- 
den von Otto Taubmann. Drifter 
teil. Ballade; zweiter teil, Nocturne- 
serenade. [1904 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, N. 
Y. C 16S087, 168088, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Sifgel-Myers correspondence school 
of music ; harmony lessons, com- 
posed and edited by Adolph Rosen- 
becker. nos. 21-24. [1905 

Siegel - Myers correspondence 

school of music, Chicago, 111. C 
167535-16853S, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Organ lessons, composed and 

edited by TV. Van Dusen. nos. 29- 
32. 

Siegel-Mvers correspondence school 
of music, Chicago, 111. C 167531- 
167534, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Piano lessons, composed and 

edited by William H. Sherwood, 
nos. 21-30. 

Siegel-Myers correspondence school 
of music, Chicago, 111. C 167521- 
167530, Nov. 20, 1907; 2 c. each 
Nov. 20, 1907. 



SiEftRA Leone; quick march by Arnold 
Safronl for piano. [1906 

Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 16S023, Nov. 25, 1907. 

-orchestrated by J. Ord Hume. 

(Boosey's . . . journal no. 113). 
4to. 

Boosey & co., New York, N. Y. 
C 167125, Nov. 14, 1907. 

Sight reading ; for pianoforte students 
by E. W. Taylor, grade 2. (Bos- 
worth edition no. 561). 4to. 

[1907 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 165810, Oct. 29, 1907. 

— — grade 1. (Bosworth edition 

no. 560). 
grade 3. (Bosworth edition 

no. 562). 4to. 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 

C 166129, 166130, Nov. 2, 1907. 

i Sigurd; opera de E. Beyer, Fantaisie 
mosai'que de Emile Tavan [for 
orchestre avec piano-conducteur] . 
8vo. [190S 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
167766, Nov. 25, 1907. 

j Silence ; poesie de A. Samain, musique 
de Cesar Cui. (3 melodies no. 1). 

[1909 
L. Grus & cie., Paris, France. C 
167339, Nov. 18, 1907. 

[ Silent night; [song by] R. H. Ran- 
dall. [1910 
R. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C 
169496; Dec. 14, 1907. 

1 Silent night, holy night (Stille 
nacht, heilige nacht) ; Weihnatchs- 
lied ged v. Franz Gruber, music von 
Gustav Lange, op. 232, edited by 
Carl Wilhelm Kern. pf. [1911 

Shattinger piano & music co., St. 
Louis, Mo. C 169483, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Silent (The) wish; by Addis S. 
Castle, song. [1912 

A. S. Castle, Cresona, Pa. C 
166897, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Silver spring; [by] William Mason, 

op. 6, edited and fingered bv M. 

Greenwald. pf. [1913 

Centurv music pub. co., New York, 

N. Y. C 167804, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Silv'ry (The) moon; words by Wil- 
liam Le Baron, music by Mabel Hol- 
lins. [1914 

Win. Maxwell music co., New 
York, N. Y. C 169154, Dec. 10, 1907. 



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Simple aveu ; romance by F. Thome, 

transcription by Alvin Ruechner, 

for violincello and piano. [1915 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 

C 16S324, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Simson (Harold Feaser) Two songs; 
A little fragrant flower, and Baby 
girl: words by Harold Simpson. 

[1916 
Boosey & co., London, England. C 
165053, Oct. 21, 1907. 

Sinding (Christian) Capriccio, op. 
62 no. 5; pianofortestiicke. Metro- 
style 75113. [1917 
Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
167053, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 15, 
1907. 

Symphonie no. 2, D dur; fur 

grosses orchester, op. S3, partitur. 

[1918 
N. Simrock g. m. b. h., Berlin, 
Germany. C 164760, Oct. 17, 1907; 
2 c. Oct. 16, 1907. 

Sinfonie waldfest; dichtung von i 
Paul Risch, [inusik von] Paul Her- ; 
old, op. 12. 1, fur streichorchester, j 
chor und kinderinstrumente, stim- 
men. 2, arr. fiir klavier 2 handig. 

[1919 
Deutscher musik-verlag, Berlin, 
Germany. C 168077, 168078, Nov. 
29, 1907. 

Sing along; [words by] Johnson Oat- 
man, jr., [music by] R. H. Corne- 
lius. [1920 
R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 168479, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Sing, O heavens; anthem for Christ- 
mas, with tenor and soprano soli, 
by Caleb Simper, edited by Ralph 
Baird. (G. Schirmer's octavo 
church music no. 5031). [1921 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
168144, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Sing, oh sing this blessed morn ; 
carol-anthem for Christmas, for 
tenor and alto soli with four-part 
chorus, [words by] Bishop C. 
Wordsworth, [music by] James H. 
Rogers. (G. Schirmer's . . . octavo 
church music no. 5018). [1922 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167009, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Sing unto the Lord; Christmas an- 
them with bass or alto solo, with 
chorus of mixed voices and organ 
ace. (G. Schrimer's . . . octavo 
church music no. 5030). [1923 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167540, Nov. 20, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 21, 
1907. 



Sincenberger (J.) Missa pro defunc- 
tis; Gregorian melody, Vatican edi- 
tion, . . . arr. for children with an 
easy organ ace. 8vo. [1924 

J. Singenberger, Milwaukee, Wis. 
C 107043, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Singing brook : for niano by H. J. 
Bennett, no. 6. . [1925 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Nov. 15, 1907. C 1658S9, Oct. 
30, 1907. 

Sinigaglia (Leone ) Danze piemon- 
tesi; sopra temi popolari, per or- 
chestra, op. 31. No. 1, Riduzione, 
per piano a 2 mani ; no. 2, Ridu- 
zione per piano a 2 mani. [1926 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, N. 
Y. C 168090, 168091, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Sister (A) of St. Joseph. Select 
teaching material [for piano] . No. 1, 
Gavotte; no. 2, March; no. 3, Ma- 
zurka ; no. 4. Polonaise no. 1 ; no. 5, 
Polonaise no. 2 ; no. 6, Waltz. [1927 
Geo. B. Jennings co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 167640-167645, Nov. 21, 
1907 ; 2 c. each Nov. 15, 1907. 

Sixth (The) Massachusetts ; march, 
[by] Jean M. Missud. pf. [1928 
J. M. Missud, Salem, Mass. C 
168712, Nov. IS, 1907. 

Skipper's song; words and music by 
N. K. Griggs. [1929 

N. K. Griggs, Lincoln, Nebr. C 
167319, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Skylark; [words by] Jas. Hogg; 
[music by] Thoro Harris. [1930 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, ill. C 
166820, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Slavic theme with variations from 

Cappilia; by Leo Delibes, [piano] 

four hands. [1931 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 167401, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Sleep, baby sleep; for contralto solo 
and chorus, words by J. Addington 
Symonds, music by Thomas Adams. 
(Novello's Christmas carols no. 
265a). 8vo. [1932 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167365, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Sleep on, my baby ; berceuse, words by 
Broughton Black, music by Mark 
Quinton. [1933 

Charles Sheard & co., London, 
England. C 168583, Dec. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 3, 1907. 



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SLEEr SWIFTLY BABE OF BETHLEHEM ; 

Christmas sons for low voice with 
violin obligato, from The nativity, 
words by William II. Gardner, music 
by Adam Geibel. • [1934 

A. Geibel music co., Philadelphia, ! 
Pa. C 16S4S3, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Sleepy haid : by Margaret Crosse, an*. 
by Harold N. Clare, no. 1 for male 
voices; no. 2, for female voices. 
Svo. each. [1935 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 16SS55, 16S856, Dec. 6, 
190T. 

Sieigh bells; [by] Wm. J. Drinan. 
song. [1936 

»Wm. J. Drinan, Canada. C 
1592S4, Aug. 12, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1907. 

. Slender ( The ) water-lily ; a song, j 
words by Heine, set to music by 
S. C. Colburn for medium or low j 
voice. [1937 | 

G. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. C i 
167950, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Sltjmbebland ; words by Edgar Bead, 
music by Ethel Bead. [1938 j 

Leonard & co., London, England. ! 
C 168580, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Smith (Hannah) March, op. 21 no. 3; 
piano duet. [1939 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 168716, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Snowballs : [words by] James Bowe. 
[music by] Thoro Harris. [1940 

Mever & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166863, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Snowbird (The) ; [by] Mrs. Marion 
Cowper. pf. [1941 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167785, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Society waltzes; for pianoforte, by 
Joseph Simpkins. [1942 

J. Simpkins, St. Louis, Mo. C 
165205, Oct. 12, 1907. 

Sognai ; melodie per canto con ace. di 

pianoforte di A. Schettini, no. 4. 

11289. [1943 

Carisch & Janichen, Milano, Italy. 

C 166137, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Soir d'et£ ; romance pour violoncelle 
avec ace. de piano par S. Frank. 

[1944 
Boosey & co., New York, N. Y. C 
167122, Nov. 14, 1907. 

24166—08 7 



son; romantiqtje; melodie. poesie de 
Madame la Comtesse de Noailles, 
musique de C. Saint-Saens. [1945 
A. Durand & tils. Paris, France. 
C 167678, Nov. S). 1007. 
Soldier's delight; march and two 
step, by Fred W. Schindele. pf. 

[1946 
F. W. Schindele, Baltimore, Md. 
C 164218, Oct. 10, 1907. 
Soldier's (A) last farewell; w r ords 
and music by Florence Chambers. 

[1947 

Mrs. F. Chambers, Bedbank, N. J. 

C 1495SS, April 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

23, 1907. 

Soldiers of Christ, arise ! [words by] 

Charles Wesley, [music by] H. 

Ernest Nichol. [1948 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, 

N. Y. C 168399, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Solea; drame lyrique en qnatre actes 

et cing tableaux, poeine et musique 

de Isidore de Lara. Partition chant 

et piano, Deutscher text. [1949 

Chondens, Paris. France. C 168227 

Nov. 30. 1907. 

Some day you'll come back to me ; by 

Ernest B. Ball, key of G, vocal orch. 

949. Svo. [1950 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 

N. Y. C 168106, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Some of these days ; song, music by 

Horace P. Dibble. [1951 

William Maxwell music co., New 

York, N. Y. C 169159, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Somebody loves you dear; words and 

music bv Annie Andros Hawley. 

[1952 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 166648, Nov. 8, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 27, 1907. 

Soprano or tenor. 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 168489, Dec. 2, 1907. 
Somebody loves you when the sun 
shines ; words and music by Alfred 
Glover. [1953 

Price & Bevnolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 168538, Dec. 3, 1907. 
Somebody on the wire ; words by Miss 
H. Davidson, music by Madden mu- 
sic co. [1954 
H. Davidson, Washington, D. C. 
C 167108, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Somebody's child, speak a kind 

word; words and music by Franklin 

Edson Belden. [1955 

H. C. Belden. Battle Creek, Mich. 

C 167560, Nov. 21, 1907. 



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Sometimes a light surprises ; hymn- 
anthein, [words by] William Cow- 
per, [music by] Frank H. Bracket*. 
(Choir journal no. 214a). [1956 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, ! 
Mass. C 167215, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Son petit frere; operette en 2 actes, 
paroles de Andre Barde, musique de 
Cliarles Cuvillier. Partition piano 
chant, reduite par l'auteur. 4to. 

[1957 
Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
168236, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Song and hope ; sacred duet for so- 
prano and alto, [words by] Wm. L. 
Myles, [music by] Geo. Marks 
Evans. [1958 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia,. Pa. 
C 168471, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Song (A) for a lover; words by 

Edith Giles, music by Metropolitan 

music co. [1959 

E. Giles, San Rafael, Cal. C 

167098, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Song (A) of comfort; Sorrow and j 
sighing shall flee away; easy hymn- 
anthem for funeral and memorial 
services, by F. A. Challonor, [words 
by] Mrs. Alex. Roberts. (Choral al- 
bum no. 759). 8vo. [1960 | 

Bayley & Ferguson, London, Eng- 
land. C 166730, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Song (A) of courage; words by Wil- 
liam Vaughan Moody, music by 
George Chapman. [1961 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. | 
C 167323, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Song (The) of Mylecharane; a 
Manx lament founded on a tradi- 
tional melody, words written and i 
music arr. by W. H. Gill. [1962 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 
168031, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Song (The) of the metronome; | 
dance grotesque, by Alfred H. West, 
pf. [1963 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew ltd., 
London, England. C 169428, Dec. 
13, 1907. 

Song of the fountain; by Benjamin 

Whelpley, op. 11. (Five pieces for 

the piano no. 3). [1964 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 

167958, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Song (A) of the four seasons; for 
medium voice with piano ace. by 
David Stanley Smith, op. 18, words j 
by Austin Dobson. (Six songs no. 
6). [1965 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
164344, Oct. 11, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 10, 
1907. 



Song of the robin; [words by] 

Amelia M. Starkweather, [music by] 

Edna G. Young. [1966 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. 

Y. C 169183, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Song of the three mariners; words 

Anonymous, music by Hamilton 

Harty. [1967 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 

167121, Nov. 14, 1907. 

Song to a sojourner ; verses by Frank 
L. Stanton, music by Arthur F. 
Fuller. [1968 

A. F. Fuller, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
C 165207, Oct. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 
1907. 

Songs of Cornell ; mixed voices. 8vo. 

[1969 

B. F. Lent, Ithaca, N. Y. A 
192302, Nov. 16, 1907. * 

Songs (The) of long ago; medley, 
arr. by W. R. Williams and Harry 
L. Alford. song. [1970 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. C 
168683, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 
1907. 

Songs (The) of Sappho; [music 
by] Albert Mallinson. Song-albums 
vol. 7. 4to. [1971 

Frederic Harris co., London, Eng- 
land. C 166629, Nov. 8, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 5, 1907. 

Songs of the Christian centuries; 
the book of one hundred immortal 
hymns. [1972 

William E. Barton, Oak Hill, 111. 
C 188394, Sept. 30, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
18, 1907. 

Songs of the nation; selection of 
American national songs, by J. 
Bodewalt Lampe. pf. [1973 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 169074, Dec. 10, 
1907. 

Sonnenlicht, sonnenschein ; fur 
mannerchor von Xaver Scharwenka, 
op. 79 no. 1. (Lieder und gesange 
no. 1908) 8vo. [1974 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 116163, Nov. 2, 1907. 

$onnet el£giaque ; poesie de Pierre 
de Ronsard, [musique de] Rene* 
Chansarel, pour voix moyenne avec 
ace. de piano. [1975 

E. Demets, Paris, France. C 
166751, Nov. 11, 1907. 



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Sorge dicii nicht. Do not despair ; 
[words by J II. Marschner, tr. from 
German [by] 0. A. Daniel, [music 
by] Josephine L. Halm. [197G 

H. Marschner, United States. O 
160039, Dee. 9, 1907. 

Soul of my dreams ; words by Har- 
old Robe; music by Ethelwyn 
Arnold. 1077 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168190, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Sound aloud the trumpet call ; 

[words by] Lizzie De Armond, 

music by Howard E. Smith. [197S 

Merer & brother, Chicago, 111. 

C 166S29, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Sourire: raise pour piano par Alex- 
andre Duval. [1979 
Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
16S233, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Southern cross ; march & two-step 

composed by Chas. A. Sutton, arr. 

by Frederick L. Beerman. [19S0 

C. A. Sutton, Steger, 111. 

166914, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Southern glee ; march by Ervin Find- 
ley, pf. [1981 
E. Findlev, Gordonville, Tex. C 
168846, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Souvenir de Naples ; sur les motifs de 
la valse Italienne; Ricordo di To- 
rino de E. Becucci, arr. par Eug. 
Stoerkel, paroles de G. Millandy. 
1120S8 chant et piano. [1982 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
16S005, Nov. 22, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 23, 
1907. 

von Ernest Becucci op, 256. 

no. 112132 piano seul. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
167196, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Sowing and reaping: [words by] 
James Rowe, [music by] Thoro Har- 
ris. [19S3 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166821, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Sparrow's (The) twitter: [by] T. 
Otto, arr. by Frank Lynes. (Oc- 
tavo series, women's voices, no. 99.) 

[1984 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 166707, Nov. 9, 1907. 

Spenser (Willard) Gems from Miss 

Bob White. 4to. voc. [1985 

Willard Spenser, Wayne, Pa. C 

163637, Oct. 4, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 7, 

1907. 



Sperduti nel buio; fantasia di S. 
Donaudy, instrumentazione di Gio- 
vanni rennacchio. #11191S. (Bib- 
lioteca dei corpi di inusica serie 21, 
n. 274.) 

[19S6 
G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
16S004, Nov. 22, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 23, 
1907. 

Spinney (T. Herbert) Selected 
Christmas carols, old and new. 
Book of music and words. 16mo. 

[1987 

Midland music press, Leamington, 

England. C 167968, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Spinning song; [words by] Salli K. 
Best, [music by Howard E. Smith. 

[1988 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166S52, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Spiritual truth ; by Margaret Al- 
dora. song. [1989 

M. Aldora, Bossling, Wash. C 
166960, Nov. 11, 1907. 

i Splendor (The) of the dream; [song] 
by Blanche Cabness. [1990 

B. Cabness, Bluesprings, Mo. C 
168794, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Splendor (The) of the stars; words 
by Georgina M. de L'Aubinier§, 
music by Elizabeth E. Needham, no. 
2 in C. [1991 

J. H. Larway, London, England. 
C 167840, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Spoon away, [song] by Anna H. 
Kaiser. [1992 

A. H. Kaiser, Cotton, Cal. C 
168837, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Spooning in the wildwood with the 

girl you love; [song] by Chas. H. 

Smith. [1993 

Ch. H. Smith, Colonie, N. Y. C 

168754, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Sporck (Georges) Gammes majeures 
et mineures ; & l'usage des enf ants, 
[pour piano]. Paris, France, Pfister 
freres. obi. 8vo. [1994 

Georges Sporck, Paris, France. C 
166327, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Spring madrigal ; by Benjamin Whelp- 
ley, op. 11. (Five pieces for the 
piano no. 1). [1995 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 

167956, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Spring's delight (Maienwonne) ; by 

Arnoldo Sartorio, piano piece grade 

1. ( Scenes of youth no. 13 ) . [1996 

Augener, limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 167924, Nov. 27, 1907. 



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Springtime; words by F. W. Geste- 
witz, music by Metropolitan music ! 
co. [1997 

F. W. Gestewitz, Jacobus, Pa. C 
167101, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Spuk; fur vierstimmigen nianner- 
cbor von Gustav Lewin, op. 39. 
(Drei gedichte vou Ernst Ludwig 
Schellenberg no. 1). 8vo. [199S 

Gebriider Hug & co., Leipzig, Ger- j 
many. C 165842, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Stadt (Die) ; [gedicht von] Theodor 
Storm, fur eine singstimme mit kla- | 
vier-begleituug, von Fritz Fleck, op. ! 
8. (Fiinf gesange no. 4). [1999 

C. A. Cballier & co., Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 16S431, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Stanford (C. Villiers) Choruses 
for equal voices; words by William 
Blake [and] W. Allingham. no. 
1097, Cradle song; no. 1082, The 
echoing green; no. 1080, A laughing 
song; no. 1081, Robin Redbreast. 

[2000 
J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 
England. C 167126-167129, Nov. 14, 
1907. 

Lepocchaun's (The) dance; arr. 

for the piano by Percy Grainger. 
(Four Irish dances no. 3). [2001 

Houghton & co., London, England, j 
C 166462, Nov. 5, 1907. 

A march-jig; arr. for the piano 

by Percy Grainger. (Four Irish I 
dances no. 1). [2002 | 

Houghton & co., London, England. , 
C 166461, Nov. 5, 1907. 
Star divine ; sacred song, words by 
Wm. Apmadoc, music by W. Rhys- 
Herbert, no. 1 low A flat, no. 2 high 
D flat. [2003 I 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 168749 & 168750, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Star (The) of Bethlehem; [song 
by] R. H. Randall. [2004 

R. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C 
169497, Dec. 14, 1907. 
Star vicino al bell' idole (To be near [ 
the fair idol) ; song by Salvatore j 
Rosa, transcribed by Vincent 
Novello, edited by Eduardo Marzo, i 
translation bv Theo. T. Barker. | 
Medium in G. [2005 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 165866, Oct. 29, 1907. 
Stark wie der tod ist die liebe; 
lieder und gesange fur eine sing- 
stimme und klavier, von Max i 
Wiedemann, op. 3 no. 2. Hoch ; 
(High). [2006 

Wm. A. Kami music co., Milwau- I 
kee, Wis. C 167325, Nov. 18, 1907. 



Starland; intermezzo two step, by 

Lawrence B. O'Connor. mand. 

solo. [2007 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 

168965, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Starlight maid; words and music by 

Manuel Klein. [2008 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 168129, Nov. 16, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 15, 1907. 

Starry banner; march two step, by 
Peter Sundberg. pf. [2009 

P. Sundberg, Dresden, S. Dak. C 
166919, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Stars of evening schottische ; by 

Benj. O'Donnell. (Standard edition 

of modern piano music). [2010 

Standard pub. co., Philadelphia, 

Pa. C 168177, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Staub (Victor) Aubade-impromptu ; 

pour piano, op. 11. [2011 

A. Durand & fils., Paris, France. 

C 168S66, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 

1907. 

Impromptu-nocturne; pour le 

piano. [2012 

A. Durand & fils., Paris, France. 
C 166715, Nov. 11, 1907. 

■ Valse lente ; pour le piano. [2013 

A. Durand & fils., Paris, France. 
C 166716, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Stealin' my roserud; [song] by Luda 
Bell Garrett. [2014 

L. B. Garrett, Stanberry, Mo. C 
168804, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Stick to the plow ; by Ethel A. Til- 
den; song. [2015 
E. A. Tilden, New Orleans, La. 
C 166869, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Still I love you mother dear; words 
by Margaret K. Railey, music by 
Raymond Ray. [2016 
M. K. Railey, Clarksdale, Mo. C 
154189, June 10, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 
Still, still with Thee; words by 
Harriet Beecher Stowe, music by 
W. R. Mills. [2017 
W R. Mills, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
168927, Dec. 9, 1907. 
Stolze (Das) madchen (The haughty 
maiden) ; aus alte weisen (old 
Swiss lays) von Gottfried Keller, 
fur eine singstimme und klavier 
von Kurt Schindler, op. 9, mittel. 
(Fiinf lieder no. 3). [2018 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
166701, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 11, 
1907. 



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Story (The) that never grows old; 
[words arid music by] U. S. Daniel. 

[2019 
V. S. Daniel, Coleman, Tex. C 
16S977, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Strauss (Richard) Parade-marsch 

fur kavallerie, no. 2; bearbeitet von 
A. Peschke, 1, fur militar-musik ; 2, 
fur Wavier. [2020 

Adolph Fiirstner, Berlin, Germany. 
C 165285, 165286, Oct. 23, 1907. 

Streicher (Theodor) Chorliedchen : 
aus den Jungfern vom Bischofsberg 
von Gerbart Hauptmann, fiir ge- 
mischten cbor und orcbester, revi- 
diert von Willi. Dugge, Englisb ver- 
sion by Mrs. Bertram Sbapleigb. 2, 
klavierauszug mit text von H. Pot- 
pescbnigg. [2021 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. O 166159, 166160, Nov. 2, 
1907. 

Hafis-lieder ; fiir eine singstimme 

mit pianoforte, beft 1 nos. 1-4 ; beft 
2 nos. 5-S ; beft 3 nos. 9-12 ; beft 4, 
nos. 13-16, bobe stimme. [2022 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, N. 
Y. C 168092-168095, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Stroxgheart ; poem by Cbas. L. Hertz- 
man, music by Will E. Dulmage. 

[2023 
Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland, Obio. 
C 167039, Nov. 12, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 6, 
1907. 

Stundlein (Ein)wohl vor tag; fiir 
mannercbor von Xaver Scbarwenka, 
op. 79 no. 2. (Lieder und gesange 
no. 1909). Svo. [2024 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, N. 
Y. C 166164, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Success; marcb & two-step, by Ed- 
ward Kordetski. pf. [2025 
% E. Kordetski, New York. C 1687S2, 
Dec. 6, 1907. 

Successful Tom ; [song] by M. E. 
Gerould. [2026 

M. E. Gerould, Athens, Pa. C 
168821, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Suk (Jos.) Dramaticka ouvertura 
(Eine dramatiscbe ouverture) ; pro 
velky, orcbestr, op. 4, klavirnl vytab 
na 4 ruce (klavierauszug zu 4 ban- 
den), revised by R. Tanner. [2027 
Mojinir Urbanek, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 168056, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Summer-day waltz; for the piano 
by Theodora Dutton. (Vacation 
sketches.) [2028 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
168740, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 



Summer evening. This is the time 
when roses blow ; words by Florence 
Hoare, music by Eduard Lassen, 
no. 1 in F. [2029 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 166131, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Summer (The) girl; words by E. 
Douglas, music by Metropolitan mu- 
sic co. [2030 
E. Douglas, New York, N. Y. C 
167100, Nov. 13, 1907. 

Summer holidays; rondo, [by] W. F. 
Shudds. pf. [2031 

W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. C 
167156, Nov. 14, 1907. 

i Sunbeams (The) ; by E. Kuhlstrom, 

piano piece grade 2. (Scenes of 

youth no. 4.) [2032 

Augener limited, London, England. 

C 167922, Nov. 27, 1907. 

! Sunset ; a revery for piano, by George 
Chapman. [2033 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 167436, Nov. 19, 1907. 

[song] by Mrs. B. B. Breazeale. 

[2034 
Mrs. B. B. Breazeale, Natchicoles, 
La. C 168836, Dec. 6, 1907. 
I Surette (Thomas Whitney) & 
Mason (Daniel Gregory) Supple- 
ment of musical examples; for use 
with The appreciation of music. 

[2035 
Note: This supplement contains 
the works of Bach, Handel, Haydn, 
Mozart, Beethoven, and others. 

H. W. Gray & co., New York, N. Y. 
C 168173, Nov. 29, 1907. 
Susse (Das) wort. The sweet words 
of life ; [words by] F. W. C. Meyer, 
[music by] S. A. Kose. [2036 

H. Marscbner, United States. C 
169031, Dec. 9, 1907. 
Susser friede. Sweet peace; [words 
& music by] S. A. Kose. [2037 

Harrv Marscbner, United States. 
C 169009, Dec. 9, 1907. 
Swallow (The) and the exile; writ- 
ten bv Shirley Ilton, composed by 
Kenneth Lyle. [2038 

Iieeder & Walsh, London, England. 
C 166759, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Swastika march ; good luck, [by] 
John N. Klohr. Svo. orch. [2039 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 167490, Nov. 20, 1907. 

pf. 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 167439, Nov. 19, 1907. 



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pt. 3, n. s., v. 3 



Sweet angel's harps ; caprice, com- 
piled by W. S. Durand, op. 118. pf. 

[2040 
W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. O 
167144, Nov. 14, 1907. 

Sweet Emogene; words and music by 

Selden C. Foster. [2041 

S. O. Foster, Norway, Me. C 

147294, Apr. 3, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 

1907. 

words by H. C. Judson, music by 

John Martin. [2042 

H. C. Judson, New York, N. Y. 
C 153402, May 31, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
30, 1907. 

Sweet eyes of thine; song, words 

by E. Teschemacher, music by Eva 

Lonsdale, no. 112029. [2043 

G. Ricardo & c, Milano, Italy. 

C 168460, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Sweet is the perfume of summer 

flowers ; waltz song, words and 

music by Manuel Klein. [2044 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 168114, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Sweet ma honey; song with piano 
ace, [words by] F. L. Stanton, 
[music by] Arthur Melvin Taylor. 
High voice, revised edition. [2045 
G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 
167959, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Sweet Mabel waltz ; [by] Marie 

Greer MacDonald. pf. [2046 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. 

C 162713, Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

18, 1907. 

Sweet memories of the past; medi- 
tation, [by] Lois A. Drumheller, 
op. 63. pf. [2047 

Brehm bros., Erie, Pa. C 166806, 
Nov. 11, 1907. 

Sweet Mercedes; words by Frank H. 
Bernard, music by Herbert Spencer. 

[2048 
M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 166650, Nov. 8, 1907: 2 c. 
Nov. 16, 1907. 
Sweet Phyllis; waltz by E. Kuhl- 
strom, piano piece, grade 2. ( Scenes 
of youth no. 1.) [2049 

Augener, limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 167920, Nov. 27, 1907. 
Sweet thought; polka by Chas. D. 
Blake for the piano. (Bunch of 
roses no. 5.) [2050 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. ; in renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 22, 1907. C 168651, Dec. 
5, 1907. 



Sweet violet waltz ; [by] Marie Greer 

MacDonald. pf. • [2051 

M. G. MacDonald, Chicago, 111. 

C 162714, Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

18, 1907. 

Sweet Wahneetah ; words by Rose 
Avenal, music by Raymond Ray. 

[2052 
Rose E. Woerdehoff, Dubuque, 
Iowa. C 156862, July 12, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 29, 1907. 

Sweetheart; by R. B. Garrett, song. 

[2053 
R. B. Garrett, Los Angeles, Cal. 
C 166908, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Sweetheart days; ballad, words by 
L. W. Heiser, music by J. Anton 
Dailey. [2054 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 166681, Nov. 9, 1907 ; 
2 c. Oct. 28, 1907. 

Sweetheart, sweetheart; words by 
Dave Reed, music by Ernest R. Ball. 

[2055 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
| N. Y. C 16SS53, Dec. 6, 1907. 

j Sweetheart town ; lyric by Edward 
Boltwood, music by J. A. Raynes. 

[2056 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168192, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Swinging in the old rope swing; 
words and music by C. E. Schofield. 

[2057 
C. E. Schofield, Marshall, Mich. 
C 104901, Oct. 8, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 

Syracuse (The) foot ball song; 

words by Harry Farrington, music 

by William C. Stickles. [2058 

A. S. Phoenix, Syracuse, N. ^. C 

167185, Nov. 15, 1907. 

T'as fait cja tout seul; chansonnette 
comique, paroles d'Halmont, musique 
de Charles Jouvin. Piano et chant. 

[2059 
Maurice Vieu, Paris, France. C 
16S44S, Dec. 2, 1907. 

T. I. March; by Margaret C. Mcln- 
tyre. song. [2060 

M. C. Mclntyre, Sharpsburg, Ky. 
C 166926, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Take back the heart; waltz, intro. 

I cannot sing the old songs, [by] 

Frank Holliday, pf. [2061 

Academic music co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169294. Dec. 11, 1907. 



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nos. 1-5. Jan., 190S 



Take me hack and love me; [song] 
by F. C. Kiefer. [2062 

F. C. Kiefer, Allegheny, Pa. C 
168772, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Takiouc; raise pour piano par Paul 
Balleron, op. 9. Paris, Laveine. [2063 
Paul Balleron, Paris, France. C 
168221, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Tai.amo (Raphael) Mandolfniste (Le) 
perfections e ; vingt etudes melo- 
diques graduess, pour mandoline 
seule. [2064 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 
Paris, France. C 166185, Nov. 2, 
1907. 

Tally-ho: written by Worton David, 

composed by Sam Mayo. [2065 

Shapiro, Von Tilzer music co., 

London, England. C 167758, Nov. 

25, 1907. 

Tally-ho (The) ride; for the piano 
by Theodora Dutton. (Vacation 
sketches). [2066 

G. Schirmer. New York, N. Y. 
C 16S742, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

Taloxxette (La) ; nouvelle danse 
Parisienne avec grelots, theorie de 
E. Giraudet, musique de Mancini- 
Villermin, piano seui, avec les 
grelots. [2067 

E. Weiller, Paris, France. C 16837S, 
Dec. 2, 1907. 

Tambour ettrompette; mes jouets no. 
12 pour piano, par Ed Malherbe. 
(Pieces enfantines deuxieme serie.) 

[2068 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
^166296, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Tanagra ; ballet-pantomine pourpi- 
ano, par Edm. Filippucci. [2069 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
167253, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Taxzlied ; fur vierstimmigen miinner- 
chor a cappella, von Richard Fricke, 
op. 31, gedicht von Heinrich Leu- 
thold. (Fiinf lieder no. 5). [2070 
D. Pa liter, Leipzig, Germany. C 
165S15, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Taylor (Arthur Melvin) A madri- 
gal; [words by] W. E. Henley, song 
with piano ace. high voice, revised 
edition. [2071 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 
167960. Nov. 27, 1907. 



Taylob (E. W.) Sight reading for 
pianoforte students, grade 4. (Bos- 
worth edition no. 563). 4to. [2072 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 167602, Nov. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1907. 

Tchi-Qui-Tchi; chanson tango, pa- 
roles de William Burley, musique 
de Valverde et Torregrosa, arr. pour 
chant par L. Diodet. [2073 

Casa Dotesio, Madrid, Spain. C 
16S706, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

Te-um-te-iddley-ay ! written and com- 
posed by T. W. Connor. [2074 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 166996, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Teach me Thy way; [by] Spohr, arr. 
by E. G. Snelling. song. [2075 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 167800, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Tear (A), a kiss, a smile; words by 
Alfred Anderson, music by Edw. 
Llewellyn. In E flat. Modern mu- 
sic publishers, Chicago* [2076 
A. R. White, Chicago, 111. C 
10S257, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Tell me lassie; words by Cam Mc- 
Gill, music by William W. Francisco. 

[2077 
W. W. Francisco, Fredericks Hall, 
Va. C. 168644, Dec. 5, 1907. 

Tell me that you love me ; words and 
music by Guillelmine E. Moloney, 
with violin obligato. Shattinger 
piano & music co., St. Louis, Mo. 

[207S 
G. E. Moloney, St. Louis, Mo. C 
168206, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Tell me you'll remember dear : by H. 
A. Nichols, song. [2079 

H. A. Nichols, Ithaca, N. Y. C 
166900, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Tell me you love me, that's all i ask 

of you; words and music by Thur- 

land Chattaway. [2080 

F. A. Mills, New York, N. Y. C 

168594, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Temperance torches ; songs, recita- 
tions, and concerted pieces . . . words 
by Lizzie De Ormond, Edith S. Til- 
lotson . . . and others, music by 
John P. Hamilton & T. Martin 
Towne. 12mo. ' [2081 

David C. Cook pub. co., Elgin, 111. 
C 1677S9, Nov. 25, 1907. 



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Ten thousand times ten thousand ; 
hynm-anthem, [words by] H. Alford, 
[music by] Harry Hale Pike. 
(Choir journal no. 213.) [2082 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 167214, Not. 15, 1907. 

Tent city; march, [by] W. P. English. 
Svo. band. [2083 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
167417, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Teresa; dramma musicale in due atti, 
di Jules Claretie, tradallo da Alex. 
Leawington, musica di J. Massenet, 
spartito, canto e pianoforte. Edition 
Italienne. 8vo. [2084 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France, C 
166282, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Terra teemuit; motettum Paschale, 

sex vocibul insequalibus, compositum 

a Nicola o Eisenheimer. Svo. [2085 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 

N. Y. C 168481, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Terry (R. R.) A short and easy re- 
quiem mass: for four mixed voices 
with the Absolution. (Gary edition 
812.) Svo. [2086 

Cary & co., London, England. C 
167334, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Tess ; dramma in quattro atti, du Tess 
of the d'TJrbervilles di Thomas Har- 
dy, di Luigi Illica, musica di Fred- 
eric D'Erlanger. Opera completa 
per canto e pianoforte. Svo. [2087 
G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
166579, Nov. 7, 1907. 

Thais ; comedie lyrique in three acts 
and seven tableaux, poem by Louis 
Galeet, music by J. Massenet, Eng- 
lish translation by Hermann Klein. 
Vocal score. 4to. [2088 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
167042, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 14, 
1907. 

Thank you, for those few nuts ; 
written and composed by T. W. Con- 
nor. [2089 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 168534, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Thanksgiving bells ; [words by] Sal- 
lie K. Best, [music by] Harry E. 
Smith. [2090 

Meyer & brother. Chicago. 111. C 
166854, Nov. 11, 1907. 

That Panama canal : [song] by Wm. 
Koelelin. [2091 

Wm. Koebelin, East Olean, N. Y. 
C 168791, Dec. 6, 1907. 



That's Grace; [song from] The sunny 

side of Broadway, words and music 

by Boyle Woolfolk. [2092 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 166989, Nov. 13, 1907. 

That sweetly whispered yes; [song] 
by I. L. Marple. [2093 

I. L. Marple, Camden, W. Ya. C 
168785, Dec. 8, 1907. 

That waltz, it follows me every- 
where; [from] The Rogers bros. in 
Panama, lyrics by John B. Lowitz, 
music arr. by Henry Lewis. [2094 
Rogers bros. music pub. co., New- 
York, N. Y. C 167666, Nov. 12, 1907 ; 
2 c. Nov. 23, 1907. 

Thee; words by Robert Ganthony, 
music by Walter A. Kilrain. [2095 
W. A. Kilrain, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
169301, Dec. 11, 1907. 

There goes my train ; written by Bal- 
lard MacDonald, composed by Don- 
ovan Meher. [2096 
Star music pub. co., ltd., London, 
England. C 167060, Nov. 8, 1907. 

There is always a welcome in my 
heart for you ; written and com- 
posed by J. E. Sutton. [2097 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 168528, Dec. 3, 1907. 

There is no darkness; sacred solo 
for contralto by J. W. Lerman. 

[2098 
Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 168271, Nov. 30, 1907. 

There's a maid in Germany; words 
and music by Fred Murray, Harry 
Leighton and Charles Hilbury. 

[2099 
Price & Reynolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 168545, Dec. 3, 1907. 

There was a maid ; words from the 
Jovial Crew, [music by] Ernest 
Bristow Farrar, op. 4. (Male voice 
choir library no. 1, edited by Geo. F. 
Geaussent.) Svo. [2100 

Stainer & Bell, London, England. 
C 168353, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
22, 1907. 

There was a man; humorous four- 
part chorus for mixed voices, words 
from Nursery rhymes, music by J. A. 
Parks. Svo. [2101 

J. A. Parks co., York, Nebr. C 
168253, Nov. 19, 1907. 



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105 



1 5. Jan.. 1908 



These were shepherds; Christmas 
anthem for soprano solo, with chorus 

of mixed voices and organ aec. by 
Charles H. Bochau. (6. Schirmer's 
... of octavo church music no. 
5007.) [2102 

G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 
107161, Nov. 14, 1907. 

There were shepherds abiding in the 

field: Christmas anthem, [bv] T. 

Edwin Solly. Svo. '[2103 

Hall-Mack co.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 167292, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Think of the girl down home; med- 
ley march and two step, [by] Phil 
Staats, arr. by R. E. Hildreth, no. 1. 
Svo. orch.. no. 2. Svo. band. 

[2104 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
16S969 & 168970, Dec. 7, 1907. 

This is love, love, love; words by 
Oakley Selleck, music bv Charles 
Alphin. [2105 

New ideas advertising & mercan- 
tile co., New York, N. Y. C 166464, 
Nov. 5, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 11, 1907. 

This is the way the world is going; 

by J. C. Bogie, song. [2106 

J. C. Bogie. United States. C 

163S40, Oct. 7, 1907: 2 c. Nov. 21, 

1907. 

This want of you; music by E. A. 
Chao. sons:, no. 1 in E flat, no. 2 in 
G flat. [2107 

William Maxwell music co., New 
York, N. Y. C 169155 & 169156, 
Dec. 10, 1907. 

Thistle-blow fairies ; [words by] 

Amelia M. Starkweather, [music by] 

Edna G. Young. [2108 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169190, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Those days gone by; words and mu- 
sic by Manuel Klein. [2109 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 168128, Nov. 16, 1907: 2 c. 
Nov. 15, 1907. 

Thou hast dealt well: [by] E. S. 
Lorenz. song. [2110 

Lorenz pub. co.. Davton, Ohio. C 
168733, Dec. 6, 1907. * 

Three (The) ages of women: writ- 
ten by George Arthurs, composed by 
Orlando Powell. [2111 

Francis. Day & Hunter. London, 
England. C 167569, Nov. 21, 1907. 



Thus far the Lord hath led me; 

[by] Chas. II. Gabriel, song. [2112 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

16S555, Dec. 3, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 4, 

1907. 

Thus saith the Lord ; sacred solo for 
bass by J. W. Lerman. [2113 

Geo. Molineux. New York, N. Y. 
C 16S260, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Thy songs ; words by Lorna Fane, 
music by Guy d'Hardelot, no. 1 in 
F. [2114 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167S66, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Thy sweet song. (Dein suesses lied) ; 
ballad, words b3' Geraldine Bourke, 
music by Philip Frey, no. 2 in D, 
original key. [2115 

Garrick music pub. co., London, 
England. C 168902, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Tidbit (A) : waltz, by Arnold Storud, 
pf. [2116 

A Storud, Hoople, N. Dak. C 
167209, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Tides ; words by Perley A. Child, mu- 
sic by Bruto V. Giannini. Soprano 
in A flat. [2117 

P. A. Child, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
166563, Nov. 7, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1907. 

Tiefland : oper von Eugen d'Albert, 
fantasie bearbeitet von Alfredo 
Cairati fur Klavier. [2118 

Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. Ger- 
many. C 168073, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Till we meet aeove : [song] bv Steve 

Grant. " [2119 

S. Grant, Georgetown, Colo. C 
168774, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Tillmetz ( Rudolf ) Triller-studien 
fur die Boehmflote (Studies in 
shakes for the fliite system Boehm) ; 
op. 46, heft 1 & 2. [2120 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig, 
Germanv. C 166126, 166.127, Nov. 
2, 1907. 

Tiny (A) cross of pearl : words and 

music by Margaret Montgomery, 

arr. by Walter L. Rosenberg. [2121 

M. Montgomery. Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 167794. Nov. 25, 1907. 

Tipperary : Irish march song, words 

and music bv Leo Curlev, James M. 

Fulton and J. Fred Heir. [2122 

Helf & Hager co.. New York, N.Y. 

C 169233, Dec. 11, 1907. 



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pt. 3, n. s., v, 3 



'Tis harder to forget ; words by L. M. 

MacArtlinr, ninsic bv Frank E. 

Hunter. [2123 

L. M. MacArthur, Long Beach, 

Cal. C 161992, Sept. 16, 1907. 

'Tis merry, merry Christmas ; song 
and chorus, words by E. A. Horton, 
music by E. H. Bailey. [2124 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 15, 1907. C 16S572, Dec. 
4, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1907. 

'Tis raining; [words & music by] 
Thoro Harris. [2125 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166820, Nov. 11, 1907. 

'Tis the last rose of summer;- Irish 

folk song, arr. by Louis Ehrgott. 

Svo. [2126 

L. Ehrgott, Cincinnati, Ohio. C 

165909, Oct. 28, 1907. 

'Tis violet time; [words by] Flora 

Kirkland, [music by] Howard E. 

Smith. [2127 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 

166845, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Tlalpam ; intermezzo two-step por 
Miguel Lerdo de Tejada [piauo]. 
Enrique Munguea, Mexico. [2128 
Brietkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 167609, Nov. 21, 1907; 2c. 
Nov. 22, 1907. 

To my heart's queen (Meiner her- 
zenskonigin) ; English words by 
Percy Pinkerton, music by Agathe 
Backer-Grondahl, op. 1 [2129 

Frederick Harris co., London, Eng- 
land. C 169373, Dec. 12, 1907. 

To thee; secular song for medium 
voice [words by] William H. Gard- 
ner, [music by] Hubbard William 
Harris. [2130 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 168153, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Toil and rest; words by Duncan J. 

McMillan, [music by] Philo A. Otis. 

8vo. mixed v. [2131 

Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago, 

111. C 169283, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Toire, Chupe, massiur tovin; [from] 

My wife's friend, words and music 

by Louis Friedsel. [2132 

Theodore Lohr, New York, N. Y. 

C 167142, Nov. 14, 1907. 

To-morrow; words by B. De Laney, 

music by George Howard. [2133 

B. De Laney, United States. C 

168780, Dec. 6, 1907. 



To Thee I come; [words by] Katha- 
ryn Bacon, [music by] G. W. Bacon. 

[2134 
R. H. Randall, Wilmette, 111. C 
169499, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Tom-tits; [words by] Amelia M. 

Starkweather, [music by] Edna G. 

Young. [2135 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169178, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Ton rire est si doux; poesie de P. 

Collin, musique de Cesar Cui. (3 

melodies no. 3). [2138 

L. Grus & cie., Paris, France. C 

167340, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Top (The) o' th' world; a musical 
extravaganza in two acts, book by 
Mark E. Swan, lyrics by James 
O'Dea, music by Manuel Klein and 
Anna Caldwell. Vocal score. [2137 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168347, Nov. 30, 1907. 

act I, opening chorus, lyric by Jo- 
seph W\ Herbert, music by Anna 
Caldwell. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168127, Nov. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 15, 1907. 

act ii, finale, lyric by James 

O'Dea, music by Anna Caldwell. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 168125, Nov. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 15, 1907. 

selection, by Manuel Klein and 

Anna Caldwell, pf. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 168348, Nov. 30, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 2 ,1907. 



arr. by W. C. O'Hare. 4to. 

orch. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 168498, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Tore (Die) der freistadt. The city 
of refuge, [words & music by 
Harry Marschner and G. Berndt, tr. 
from German [by] S. A. Kose. [213S 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169028, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Torsten (Pedre) Schwedische skiz- 

zen; fur streich quintett mit harfe 

ad lib., von Oscar Fetnts. [2139 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 

Germany. C 166154, Nov. 2, 1907. 



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nos. 1-5, Jan., 190S 



Tosca (La) ; de G. Puccini. Fantaisie 

a rr. pour fanfare par A. Tessier. 

111854. 8vo. [2140 

G. Ricordl & c, Milano, Italy. C 

16S017, Nov. 25, 3007. 

Toymakeb (The) of Nuremberg; 

waltz, by Edwin W. Corliss, arr. by 

Herman Wade. pf. [2141 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, N. 

Y. C 16S614, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Tragaldabas; Koinische oper in vier 
anfziigen, nach der gleichnainigen 
Komodie, musik von Eugen d'Albert. 
Or Chester partitur. Mainz, B. 
Schott's sohne. [2142 

Eugen d'Albert, Berlin, Germany. 
C 16S07I, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Trautmann (F. O.) Berceuse in A; 

for violin and pianoforte. (The 

Ambrose edition, no. 117.) [2143 

Ambrose Abbott & co., London, 

England. C 164648, Oct. 16, 1907. 

Tree (The) toad; [words by] Amelia 
M. Starkweather, [music by] Edna 
G. Young. [2144 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. 
Y. G 169187, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Tri-color ; march by Chas. N. Daniels. 

pf. [2145 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 167711, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Tribute (A) to Mars; composed by 

Wm. W. Eells. pf. [2146 

W. W. Eells, Middleburv, Vt. C 

165635, Oct. 28, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 

1907. 

Trooper Johnny Ludlow ; words by 

Francis Barron, music by Gordon 

Temple, no. 2 in D. [2147 

J. H. Larway, London, England. 

C 168513, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Trovatore (II) ; by Verdi; operatic 
fantasie [for piano duet] by Jean 
Paul. [2148 

[for piano solo]. 

Kunkel bros., St. Louis, Mo. In 
renewal for 14 years from Oct. 27, 
1907. C 165516, 165517, Oct. 26, 
1907; 2 c. each Oct. 28, 1907. 
Trumpet-major (The) ; polka by Al- 
fred Roth, op. 26, for piano. [2149 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
168613, Dec. 4, 1907. 
Trusting Jesus; [by] J. Ross Miller, 
song. [2150 

J. R. Miller, Gas City, Ind. C 
166714, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 2, 
1907. 



Truth (The) of a sword as written 
in roses ; by Hanna Anderson, 
song. [2151 

H. Anderson, United States. C 
125641, July 17, 1907; 2 c. June 22, 
1907. 

Tryst (The) ; song with piano ace. by 
Mary de Montfitchet, op. 6 no. 2. 
English translation by Friedr. Spiel- 
hagen. [2152 

Augener limited, London, England. 
C 167860, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Tschaikowsky (P.) Ronianze op. 5; 
[fur] piano. Neue vereinfachte aus- 
gabe herausgegeben von Alexander 
Lamoff. [2153 

H. R. Kreutzlin, Berlin, Germany. 
C 168440, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Tulips ; words by Will H. Allerton, 
music by Edna H. Gartley. [2154 
W. H. Allerton, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167986, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Tulpe; polonaise von W. Becker, op. 

27 fur piano. (Der Blumenball 

sechs leichte tanzchen no. 1.) [2155 

H. R. Krentzliu, Berlin, Germany. 

C 166143, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Turner (Herbert B.) Hymns and 
tunes for schools. 12mo. [2156 

A. S. Barnes & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 188527, Oct. 2, 1907. 

'TWAS A SUMMER GARDEN; WOl'dS by 

Harold Boulton, music by Hermann 
Lohr, in G flat. (Garden songs no. 
3.) [2157 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167918, Nov. 27, 1907. 

'Twas milking time ; song and chorus 
by C. A. White. [2158 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Nov. 11, 1907. C 165S88, Oct. 
30, 1907. 

Twilight fancies ; reverie, by Frances 
C. Lawrence, pf. [2159 

Webb Rockefeller Miller, Chicago, 
111. C 168910, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Twilight melody; by Edward F. 
Johnston, pf. [2160 

Wm. A. Pond & CO., New York, 
N. Y. C 167649, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Twilight reverie; [song] by Anna G. 
Hopkins. [2161 

A. G. Hopkins, Quilcene, Wash. 
C 168752, Dec. 6, 1907. 



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Twilight unto dawn; meditation, by 
Will M. S. Brown, pf. [2162 

Brown & Edwards music co., Wil- 
mington, Del. C 168920, Dec. 9. 
1907. 

Twixt youth and age; waltz by Syl- 
van Hurst, pf. [2163 
S. Hurst, Sue, Tex. 0. 166886, 
Nov. 11, 1907. 

Two (The) larks [Les deux alou- 
ettes] ; impromptu by Th. Lesche- 
tizky, op. 2 no. 1, for piano, revised 
and fingered by Hans T. Seifert. 

[2164 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 168321, Nov. 30, 1907* 

Two little doves ; waltz, [by] Manuel 

Klein, arr. by W. C. O'Hare. 8vo. 

orcli. [2165 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 168496, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Two (The) lovers; novelette, [by] 

P. Hans Flath. 8vo. band. [2166 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 

167071, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 9, 

1907. 

Two pictures ; [song] by Lillian Rist. 

[2167 
L. Rist, Grand Junction, Iowa. 
C 168764, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Two songs. Thanksgiving day and 

The tones; words by J. R. Hald, 

music by N. K. Steensgaard. [2168 

J. R. Hald, Chicago, 111. C 167721, 

Nov. 25, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 11, 1907. 

Uberwunden; mannerchor von Edgar 
Hansen, op. 39, gedicht von Carl 
Pusch. 8vo. [2169 

Gebriider Hug & co., Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 165840, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Unanswered; [song] by F. A. Mitchel. 

[2170 
F. A. Mitchel, Fresno, Cal. C 
168762, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Unchanged; song, words by Pearl 

Sanderlin, music by Riccardo Luc- 

chessi. [2171 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 

Mass. C 166770, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Uncle Jerry's New England two- 
step; by J. C. Rhell [for piano]. 

[2172 
Standard pub. co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 168178, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Uncle Joe; words by Kate James, 
music by Philip Seaman. [2173 

K. James, Farmer City, 111. C 
168695, Dec. 5, 1907. 



Uncle Ned; schottische, intro. Just 

before the battle mother, [by] 

Frank Holliday. pf. [2174 

Academic music co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169293, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Und KiissT . . . (And Kiss . . .) ; fur 
eine singstimme mit pianoforte von 
Leopold Karlinsky, English words 
by John Bernhoff. (Sechs lieder 
no. 6). [2175 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 
Germany. C 166151, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Under fire ; march and two step, [by] 

Walter J. Hearn, arr. by R. E. 

Hildreth. 8vo. orch. [2176 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 

168963, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Under Southern skies ; waltz, [by] 

Robert Vauk. pf. [2177 

R. Vauk, Tabor, S. Dak. C 

146992, Mar. 30, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 7, 

1907. 

Under the golden stars; [song] by 
Francis J. Newman. [2178 

F. J. Newman, Jefferson, Kans. 
C 168802, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Under the lindens ; words and music 
by C. E. Harrington. [2179 

C. E. Harrington, Camden, N. Y. 
C 167184, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Under the red, white and blue 
march; by M. D. Silas, pf. [2180 
M. D. Silas, Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
166953, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Under the silv'ry Congo moon; 
words and music by Lawrence B. 
O'Connor. [2181 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
167079. Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 9, 
1907. 

Universal (The) time and scale ex- 
ercise book; with additional exer- 
cises on the great stave, clefs, etc. 
by J. Agar Stokes. 4to. [2182 

J. Agar Stokes, Ontario, Canada. 
C 168558, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Unsere blauen jungens; marsch fur 
Klavier [mit text] von Heinrich 
Vollrat Schumacher. (Unsere blauen 
Jungens no. 4). [2183 

Eduard Bloch, Berlin, Germany. 
C 165087, Oct. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1907. 

Until the end; words by Felix F. 

Feist, music by Joel P. Corin. [2184 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 

167884, Nov. 26, 1907. 



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nos. 1-5, Jan., 100S 



bgessen (U u forgotten) ; lieder 
und ges&nge fur eine singstimrue 
and Khivior yon Max Wiedemann, 
op. 3, uo. 1, English version by 
Charles Eberhardt mittel (me- 
dium ) . [21S5 
Wm. A. Kami music co., Milwau- 
kee, Wis. C 1G7324, Nov. IS, 1907. 

Up in the morning: polka for piano 
by Charles D. Blake. (Twelve easy 
teaching pieces no. 8). [2186 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 vears 
from Dec. 15, 1907. C 168572, Dec. 
4, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1907. 

Useful (The) cat; song, words by 

Frederic E. Weatherly, music by 

Herbert Bunning. no. 2 in G. [2187 

Enoch & sons, London, England. C 

16S235, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Valse militaire Belge : par Louis 
Fremaux, harmonie [musik]. 8vo. 

[2188 
J. Mekams, Bruxelles, Belgium. 
C 166322, Nov. 4, 1907. 

■ -piano. 



orchestre symphonique. 8vo. 

J. Mekams, Bruxelles, Belgium. 
C 166324, 166325, Nov. 4, 1907. 

Tared arnes Herre ; nyarssang, [song 
by] R. Lagerstrom. [2189 

Kyrkosangen pub. co., Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. C 166800, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Tenise amoureuse; pour piano par 
Leo Daniderff. [2190 

E. Joullot, Paris, France. C 
168446, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Tent (Le) (The wind) ; grande etude 
dans le genre pathetique for piano, 
by C. V. Alkan, op. 15, no. 2, edited 
and fingered by Paolo Gallico. 

[2191 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167268, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Terhey (Th. H. H.) Romanze und 
minuetto, op. 6; for pianoforte, ed- 
ited and fingered by Ernst Perabo. 

[2192 
G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 
165535, Oct. 28, 1907. 

Terlockend ; KoUzertpolka fur piano- 
forte, von Oskar Springer. [2193 
Regina-Terlag, Berlin, Germany. 
C 168438, Dec. 2, 1907. 



Tersciilossene (Das) garllein (The 
enclosed garden) ; aus Alte weisen 
(Old Swiss Jays) von Gottfried Kel- 
ler, fur eine singstimme und Kla- 
vier von Kurt Schindler, op. 9, hoch 
in G. (Fiinf lieder no. 5). [2194 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
166703, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 11, 
1907. 

Yersepuy (Marius) Chansons d'Au- 
vergne; en dialecte et avec traduc- 
tion frangaise, recueilles, notees et 
harmonisees [pour] chant et piano, 
nouvelles series; no. 1, Sapins et 
fougeres; no. 1, Regret; no. 2, Sere- 
nade; no. 3, Taisez-vous, petite 
sotte; no. 4, Pauvre Pierre; no. 5, 
Au clair de lune ; no. 6, Le cha- 
peau; no. 7, Julie, ma Julie; no. 8, 
La robe de soie; no. 9, La coiffe de 
ma mie ; no. 10, Beilero ; no. 11, La 
yoyette; no. 12, Les fuseaux; no. 
13, La Marion et l'amour; no. 14, 
Buissons faisaient piquette; no. 15, 
La font-sainte. [2195 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
167341-167355, Nov. 18, 1907. 

2 Brousse et genets; no. 16, 

Jeannette (Jouonnetto) ; no. 17, Le 
mal Marie; no. 18, Avec toi tou- 
jours; no. 19, Mai; no. 20, Pere 
Noel chez nous; no. 21, Teuxtu te 
louer; no. 22, Les reinages; no. 23, 
Les menettes; no. 24, Le berceau; 
no. 25, Quand tu voulais; no. 26, 
Amour de patre ; no. 27, L'amour 
que nous mene; no. 28, Confession 
de la poulette; no. 29, Les boeufs; 
no. 30, La mere avec la fille. 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
168382-168396, Dec. 2, 1907. 

versohnung mit Gott. Reconcilia- 
tion; [words by] Harry Marschner, 
tr. from German [by] Wm. Appel, 
[music by] G. Berndt. 2196 

Harry Marschner, United States. 
C 169022, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Tertan' und furchte nicht. Fear 
not; believe; [words & music by] 
Harry Marschner, tr. from German 
[by] W. Kuhn. [2197 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169041, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Tesper bells; meditation, by Alfred 
Fieldhouse, pf. [2198 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 
169533, Dec. 14, 1907. 



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pt. 3, n. s., V. 3 



Vi tacke dig ; [ord af ] O. K. M. 

[2199 
Olof K. Moberg, Crookston, Minn. I 
C 167979, Nov. 29, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 6, 
1907. 

Victor schottische; by C. C. Litten. 
pf. % [2200 

C. C. Litten, Coffeyville, Kans. C 
166901, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Victorious (The) army; [words by] 

Colin Sterne, [music by] H. Ernest 

Nichol. - [2201 

TuHar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 168397, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Victory ; [words and music by] Alfred 
Beirly. [2202 

A. Beirly, Chicago, 111. C 167450, 
Nov. 15, 1907 ; 2 c. Oct. 19, 1907. 

Vid arskletet; [ord and musik af] 

Olof K. Moberg. [2203 

O. K. Moberg, Crookston, Minn. C 

167978, Nov. 29, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 

1907. 

Vie (La) de Boheme ; de G. Puccini. 

Fantaisie, arr. pour fanfare par A. 

Teissier. # 111S53. 8vo. [2204 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 

168018, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Viel traume (So many dreams are 
over) ; [text von] R. Hamerling 
[English version] J. von Bose, 
[musik von] Christian Sinding. 
(Autographen-album in liedern mod- ! 
erner meister . . . no. 11.) obi. i 
Svo. [2205 ! 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. ; 
C 168045, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Vilia; arr. for violin and piano by 
Karl Klein, on melodies by Franz 
Lehar. [2206 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- ! 
land. C 168703, Dec. % 1907. 

Village (The) choir; [by] B. C. 
Wittenmyer. song. [2207 

B. C. Wittenmver, Benton Ridge, 
Ohio. C 167694, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Village (The) circus; humorous de- 
scriptive piece by Ernest Bucalossi, 
full orchestra, piano conductor. 

[2208 
Hawkes & son, London, England. 
C 167624, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Violet (The) and the sunflower; 
[music by] Arthur Melvin Taylor 
in A flat, revised edition. (Six en- 
core songs no. 3.) [2209 
G. Schirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. 
C 167945, Nov. 27, 1907. 



ViolettA waltz; [by] G. L. Lansing, 
banjo solo. [2210 

The Vega co., Boston, Mass. C 
168185, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Violoniste (Le) virtuose (The violin 
virtuoso) ; traite complet des 
gammes, pour le violon par Alberto 
Bachmann. [2211 

E. Weiller, Paris, France. C 
168377, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Violons dans le soir ; melodie avec 
ace. de violon et piano, poesie de 
Madame la comtesse de Noailles, 
musique de C. Saint-Saens. [2212 
A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 167491, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Y'irelai; by Edward Elgar, for violin 
with piano ace, edited by Gustav 
Strube. (Violin music . . . first se- 
ries no. 32). [2213 
G. M. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. C 
168678, Dec. 5, 1907. 

Virginia (The) creeper; characteris- 
tic march, [by] Mae Davis, arr. by 
R. E. Hildreth. 8vo. orch. [2214 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
168962, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Vivacity ; an intermezzo march and 
two step by Robert Oliphant Ripley. 

[2215 
R. O. Ripley, Kansas City, Mo. 
C 169918, Oct. 8, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 25, 
1907. 

Vivandiere ; words by Fred. E. Weath- 
erly, music by Ernest Newton. [2216 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167004, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Vivian polka; by W. J. Broyls. 8vo. 
band. [2217 

Dalbey music co., La Porte, Ind. 
C 167936, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Voglein schwermut (The bird of sor- 
row) ; fur eine singstimme und 
piano, mittel oder tief, von Kurt 
Schindler, op. 8, nach texten zeit- 
genossescher dichter von Chr. Mor- 
genstern. (Drei lieder no. 1). [2218 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
166696, Nov. 9, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 11, 
1907. 

Voice (The) in praise; collection of 
original and selected compositions 
for quartet and chorus choirs . . . 
by James G. Barnett. [2219 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
In renewal for 14 years from Nov. 
11, 1907. A 192250, Oct. 14, 1907. 






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111 



nos. 1-5. Jan.. 190S 



VOICE (Till:) OF MY DBSAM LOVE J WOrdS 

by Wesley Hampton, music by Al- 
bert E. Wier. [2220 
Hinds, Noble & Eldridge, New 
York, N. Y. C 167681, Nov. 23, 1007; 
2 c. Nov. 25, 1007. 

Voice (The) of Spring: waltz song; 
high soprano in E flat, with piano 
ace., words and music by F. W. 
Stimson. [2221 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston. Mass. 
C 167963, Nov. 27, 1007. 

Voice (A) recalled; words by J. B. 
O'Hara, music by S. McBurney. 

[2222 
S. McBurney, Melbourne, Aus- 
tralia. C 167055, Nov. 22, 1007. 

Yoici l' prixtemps ; paroles de M. de 

Ferandv. musique de Ch. Borel- 

Clerc. [2223 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 

167241, Nov. 16, 1007. 

Volant (Le) ; mes jonets no. 19 pom- 
piano, par ed. Malherbe. (Pieces 
enfantines, deuxieme serie). [2224 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
166303, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Voluntaries for the organ, with 
pedel obligato ; book 5. obi. Svo. 

[2225 
Collard Moutrie, London, England. 
C 166971, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Youlghara (La) ; mazurka Bulgare 
[pour piano par] Edm. Filippucci. 

[2226 
Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C I 
167251, Nov. 16. 1907. 

WACH AUF-AUF ! DENN DEIN LICHT ER- 

scheint (Arise, shine, for thy light 
is come) ; Deutscher text von C. 
Roehl, [music by] C. Francis Lloyd, 
arr. von H. VYey. Svo. [2227 

H. Wey, Chicago, 111. C 169239, 
Dec. 11, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1907. 

Wachs (Paul) Valse mystique Metro- 
style 75121. [2228 
Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
167054, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 15, 
1907. 

Wagner (Richard) Gotterdammerung : 
einzelne stiicke fur normal-harmo- i 
nium, bearbeitet von Albert Ritter. 
1, Schluss — scene; 2, Trauermarsch j 
beim tode Siegfried's; 3, Briinn- i 
hildes abschied von Siegfried. [2229 , 

B. Schott's sohne, Mavence, Ger- 
many. C 168405-168407, Dec. 2, 1907. \ 



VYagneb ( Richard)— Continued. 

Kaiser-ma rsch and Traume; arr. 

for full military band by Dan God- 
frey. (The Army Journal no. 333). 

[2230 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167630, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Lohengrin ; paraphrase pour 

piano par Arnold N. de Lewinski, 
op. 22. [2231 

Arnold N. de Lewinski, Chicago, 
111. C 167226, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. 
Oct. 31, 1907. 

Die Meistersinger von Niirnberg; 

einzelne stiicke fur normal har- 
monium, bearbeitet von Albert 
Ritter. no. 1, Walther's preislied; 
2, Quintett; 3, Einleitung zum akt 
3; 4, Erchen's besorgnis; 5. Hans 
Sachs und Erchen; 6, Choral: Da 
zu dir der heiland Kam. [2232 

B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- 
many. C 168414-168419, Dec. 2, 
1907. 

Siegfried ; einzelne stiicke fur 

normal harmonium, bearbeitet von 
Albert Ritter. 1, Aus dem liebes- 
duett zwischen Siegfried und 
Briinnhilde; no. 1 [high key]. 2, 
low key. 3, Siegfried betritt den 
gipfel des Briinnhildensteins. 

[2233 
B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- 
many. C 168408-168410, Dec. 2, 
1907. 

— - — Song to the evening star, from 
Tannhauser; arr. by Theo. M. 
Tobani; no. 1, cornet and piano; 
no. 2, E flat alto saxophone and 
piano; no. 3, trombone or B flat 
baritone and piano. [2234 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 168326-168328, Nov. 30, 1.907. 

Die Walkiire; einzelne stiicke 

fur normal harmonium, bearbeitet 
von Albert Ritter. 1, Briinnhilde's 
Klage; 2, Briinnhilde's todes-ver- 
kundigung; 3, Aus der liebesscene 
zwischen Siegmund und Sieglinde. 

[2235 
B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- 
many. C 168411-168413, Dec. 2, 
1907. 

Wagner lyrics ; for baritone and 

bass, edited by Carl Armbruster. 

(The musicians' library.) [2236 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 167131, Nov. 14, 1907. 



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pt. 3, u. s., v. 3 



Wah-Na-Loo; intermezzo, [by] Karl 
R. Beedle. pf. [2237 

Bates & Bendix, Boston, Mass. 
C 169286, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Waitin' for to welcome me home: 

words by Henry H. Wissler, music 

by Madden music co. [2238 

H. H. Wissler, United States. 

C 169405, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Waiting the call of love; words 
by Edward J. Garn, music by Mad- 
den music co. [2239 
E. J. Garn, United States. C 
169406, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Wake me again ; words by Margaret 
Astrop, music by Ed. St. Quentin. 

[2240 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 167905, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Wake up, wake up ; [words by] Sallie 

K. Best, [music by] Howard E. 

Smith. [2241 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 

166815, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Waldesstimmung ; fur violine und 

Normal-harmonium von Jeno Hu- 

bay, op. 95, no. 4. [2242 

Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 

C 166105, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Walthew (Richard H.) Serenade; 

for the pianoforte. [2243 

Augener, ltd., London, England. C 

165444, Oct. 25, 1907. 

• 

Wanderer (The) ; words and music by 
Sam Dawson. [2244 

S. Dawson, Jamestown, N. Y. C 
168896, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Wandering birdling ; Lombardian folk- 
song, arr. by W. Rhys-Herbert for 
male voices, [words by] E. H. Fed- 
erlein. (Fischer's octavo edition 
... no. 3077). [2245 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 167549, Nov. 20, 1907. 

Wapakoneta; intermezzo, [by] M. E. 

Frock. 8vo. band. [2246 

H. E. McMillin, Cleveland, Ohio. 

C 166037, Nov. 1, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 11, 

1907. 

War-time (A) story; for the piano, 
by Theodora Dutton. (Vacation 
sketches). [2247 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
168739, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 



Wareing (Herbert W.) Concert fan- 
tasia. Original compositions for the 
organ, no. 377. obi. 8vo. [2248 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167834, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Warnung (Warning) ; fur eine sing- 
stimme mit clavierbegleitung, von 
Max Reger, op. 104, English version 
by John Bernhoff, ausgabe tief. 
(Sechs lieder no. 2). [2249 

Otto Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 167613, Nov. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1907. 

i Was ich mochte; lied fur eine sing- 
stimme und Klavier, gedicht und mu- 
sik von F. Eberle, op. 55, no. 1, 
hoch; no. 2, tief. [2250 

Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 168096, 168097, Nov. 29, 
1907. 

WASCHE MICH, GOTT, VON DER MISSETAT. 

Cleanse me, O God, from all guilty 
stains: [words & music by] Harry 
Marschner, tr. from German [by] W. 
Kuhn. [2251 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169037, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Wat de spree sung : fur eine sing- 
stimme mit klavierbegleitung, kom- 
poniert von Hermann Tecke, gedicht 
von A. Stuhlmann. [2252 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, Ger- 
many. C 166157, Nov. 2, 1907. 

' Water (A) song; for the pianoforte, 

by Julian Pascal. London, Weekes 

& co. [2253 

J. Pascal, London, England. C 

168907, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 10, 

! 1907. 

Watermelon Mose ; two-step, by Floyd 
H. Willis, pf. [2254 

F. H. Willis, Covington, Ky. C 
166670, Nov. 9, 1907. 

Waxing warm ; march two step, by 
Paul Archelus. pf. [2255 

Otto Zimmerman & son, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. C 168926, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Way down in sunny Texas ; words 
and music by William Phares Coch- 



ran, arr. by Phil. Epstein. 



[2256 



W. P. Cochran, Marble Falls, 
Tex. C 162082, Sept. 3, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 26, 1907. 

Ways of the world; humorous song, 

written and composed by Edward 

Kent. [2257 

Charles Sheard & co., London, 

England. C 168582, Dec. 4, 1907. 



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We a i .i die ix our turn; by J. W. 
Dillon. Song. [225S 

.7. \Y. Dillon, Belle Vernon, Pa. 
C 166931, Nov. 11, 1007. 

We are coming; [words by] Amelia 

M. Starkweather, [music by] Edna 

G. Young. [2250 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. 

Y. C 100217. Dec. 10, 1007. 

We are going home: [words by] El. 
Nathan, [music bv] James McGran- 
ahan. [2260 

Mrs. Addie McGranahan, Kins- 
man, Ohio, in renewal for 14 years 
from Mar. 12, 100S. C 16S366, Dec. 
2, 1907. 

We are little soldiers : [words by] 

Amelia M. Starkweather, [music 

by] Edna G. Young. [2261 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, 

N. Y. C 160215, Dec. 10, 1907. 

We little folks: [words by] Amelia 

M. Starkweather, [music bv] Edna 

G. Young. [2262 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, 

N. Y. C 160216, Dec. 10, 1907. 

We live to serve ; a complete service 
for Children's day, by Chas. H. Ga- 
briel. John P. Hamilton. T. Martin 
Towne. 12mo. [2263 

David C. Cook pub. co., Elgin, 111. 
C 167700, Nov. 25, 1907. 

We're not all lilies of the valley; 

written and composed by Frank W. 

Carter and Joe Burley. [2264 

Francis, Day & Hunter. London, 

England. C 167757, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Weatherbird ; two-step, composed by 
Tom Terry, pf. [2265 

United pub. co.. St. Louis, Mo. C 
167434, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Webbe (William D.) Communion 
service in E flat; for soprano, alto, 
baritone and bass soli, with chorus 
of mixed voices and organ ace. (G. 
Sehirmer's coll. of octavo church 
music no. 5005). [2266 

G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 
168146, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Wedding (The) day; by Mrs. Adeline 
Myers, song. [2267 

Mrs. A. Myers, Industry, 111. C 
166875, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Wedding song ; bv Jennie Cooper. 

[2268 
J. Cooper, Moreland, Kans. C 
168809, Dec. 6, 1907. 

24166—08 8 



Weihnachtsfreude (Christmas- 
cheer) : lied fiir eine singstimme und 
pianoforte, komponiert von Engel- 
bert Humperdinck, text deutsch, 
Englisch und franzosisch. no. 1, 
Ausgabe fiir tiefe stimme: no. 2, 
Ausgabe fiir hohe stimme. [2260 
Rob. Forberg. Leipzig, German v. 
C 16S048, 168040, Nov. 20, 1907. 

[text von] R. Dehmel. [Eng- 
lish version] John Bernhoff, [musik 
on] Engelbert Humperdinck. (Auto- 
graphen-albnm in liedern moderner 
maester . . . no 2). obi. 8vo. 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
O 16S037, Nov. 20, 1007. 

Weikxachtszauber ; fantasie iiber 
Weihnachtslieder fiir normal-har- 
monium, von Otto Albert, op. 101. 

[2270 
Paul Koeppel, Berlin, Germany. 
C 1661.10, Nov. 2, 1007. 

Weixachtslied der Engel ; gedicht 
von Wilh. Scherrelmann, fur zwei- 
stimmigen kinderchor, und harmo- 
nium, von Paul Scheinpflng. [2271 
N. Simrock g. m. b. h., Berlin, 
Germany. C 168051, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Weixer (Leo) Serenade, F moll; fur 
kleines orchester, op. 3. 1, Klavier- 
auszug zu vier handen ; 2, Orchester- 
partitur. [2272 

Lauterbach & Kuhn, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 163064, 163065, Oct. 8, 
1907 ; 2 c. each Oct. 9, 1907. 

Weixgartner (Felix) Musik zu 
Goethe's Faust, op. 43; klavieraus- 
zug mit text 1 tell. 8vo. [2273 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 165083, Oct. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Oct. 10, 1907. 

Weiss (Aug.) Concert-etude 2; fiir 

klavier, op. 76. [2274 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 

N. Y. C 164791, Oct. 17, 1907; 2 c. 

Oct. 16, 1907. 

Romanzo patetico ; fiir violine 

und pianoforte, op. 75. [2275 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 164775, Oct. 17, 1007; 2 c. 
Oct. 16, 1907. 

Weisst dtj xoch? Do you remember?; 
[words and music by] Harry 
Marschner, tr. from German [by] 
C. A. Daniel. [2276 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169045. Dec. 9, 1907. 



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Welshman's (The) trip to London; 
written and composed bv Will Hvde. 

[2277 
B. Feldman & co.. London, Eng- 
land. C 16S370, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Welton (H. Davan) Romance in B 
flat; for tlie organ. (Recital music 
no. 4). [2278 

Collard Moutrie, London, Eng- 
land. C 104234, Oct. 11, 1907. 

WENN ICH ROSEN BLUHEN SEHE ; mail- 

nerclior von Edgar Hansen, op. 26, 
gedicht von Paul Enkelmann. 8vo. 

[2279 
Gebriider Hug & co., Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 165838, Oct. 29, 1907. 

Wetweite erweckung. World-wide 
revival: [words by] Wm. Appel, tr. 
from German [by] F. Kaiser, 
[music by] Frieda L. Appel. [2280 
Wm. Appel, Detroit, Mich. C 
169386, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Whack - fol - the-diddle-ol-the-di-doh- 

day! written and composed by Fred 

Murray. [2281 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 168521, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Whar dere's love dere's always 
spring; negro lullaby, [from] The 
secret orchard, lyrics by Channing 
Pollock, music by Theodore Morse. 

[2282 

F. B. Haviland pub. co.,New York, 
N. Y. C 168475, Dec. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 26, 1907. 

What I want is dreamy music; 
[from] The sunny side of Broad- 
way, words and music by Bovle 
Woolfolk. [2283 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 1669S8, Nov. 12, 
1907; 2 c. Nov. 14, 1907. 

What is love; words by T. W. Skid- 
more, music by August W. Hoff- 
mann. [2284 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 166979, Nov. 12, 1907. 
What the robin sang; [words by] 
S. K. Best, [music bv] Lester Price. 

[22S5 
Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166804, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Whelpley (Benjamin) Te Deum 
laudamus; no. 2 in F. (Series 4 of 
sacred quartets and choruses no. 
356). 8vo. [2286 

G. Schirmer jr., Boston, Mass. 
C 167955. Nov. 27, 1907. 



When a fellow becomes of age; 
written and composed bv Nat Clif- 
ford. [2287 
Shapiro, Yon Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 165791, Oct. 
17, 1907. 

When a maid is sweet and twenty; 
music by E. Jaques-Dalcroze, Eng- 
lish version by J. E. Hoare. [2288 
Sandoz, Jobin & cie., Neuchatel, 
Switzerland. C 167596, Nov. 21, 
1907; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1907. 

When all the world is young; 
words by Charles Kingsley, music 
by Adolph Mann. [2289 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167002, Nov. 12, 1907. 

When Buffalo Bill and his wild 
West show first came to Balti- 
more; [from] The oyster man, 
words by Henry S. Creamer, music 
by Will H. Voders. [2290 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 166045, Nov. 1, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 23, 1907. 

When evening's twilight ; by J. L. 
Hatton, arr. by W. Rhys-Herbert for 
male voices. (Fischer's octavo cho- 
ruses . . . no. 3066). [2291 
J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 167551, Nov. 20, 1907. 

When I am with you; words anon, 
music by Olga Rudd. [2292 

Metzler & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167488, Nov. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 21, 1907. 

When I dream sweetheart of you; 
words by Harry D. Kerr, music by 
Arthur A. Penn. [2293 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 166047, Nov. 1. 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 27, 1907. 

When I look into thine eyes ; 
(Wenn ich in deine augen seh') ; 
music by James H. Rogers, arr. by 
Wm. Dressier for quartette for 
mixed voices, words by Heinrich 
Heine. (Octavo music, secular). 

[2294 
Wm. A. Pond & co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 167647, Nov. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 19, 1907. 

When I need you most ; a ballad, 

words and music by Alice Frazier 

Ellison. [2295 

Music lovers co., New York. N. Y. 

C 167031. Nov. 12, 1907. 



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When I went a wooing; [song] by When the band plays Yankee 
B. S. Van NVss. [2296 

E. S. Van Ness. Stockton. Cal. C 
168757, Dec. (1. 1007. 

When Jackie sails; march and two 

stop [by] E. a. Carroll, arr. by R. L. 

Halle. 8vo. orcli. [2297 

Jos. W. Stem & co.. Now York. 

X. Y. C 166865, Nov. 11, 1907. 

When Jessie puts her slippers on: 

by P. E. Caldwell, song. [2298 

D. E. Caldwell, Osceola. Ark. C 

168249, Nov. 29, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 14, 

1907. 

When my girl from Tipp'rary' tips 

me : words by Wm. Cahill, music by 

S. R. Henry. [2299 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

N. Y. C 16S615, Dec. 4, 1907. 

When Pikes Peak is a hole in the 

ground: [song] by Mrs. Bee Cullen 

Brooks. [2300 

Mrs. B. C. Brooks, San Antonio, 

Tex. C 168797, Dec. 6, 1907. 

When songs have passed away; 
words by Ellis Walton, music by 
Maude Valerie White. no. 2 in E 
flat. [2301 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167864, Nov. 26, 1907. 



Doodle; medley march and two step. 
Intro. I'm going on the warpath. 
[by] Joel P. Corin, arr. by R. L. 
Halle. 8vo. orch. [2307 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
168674, Dec. 5, 1907. 

When the blossoms from the or- 
chard trees are gone ; by Donald 
J. Shovk, arr. by Raymond Coates. 
song. [230S 

D. J. Shovk, Jackson, Mich. C 
154739, June 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 12, 
1907. 
When the Christmas bells are chim- 
ing I'll be with you mother dear ; 
by John A. Fisher, song. [2309 

J. A. Fisher, Canada. C 164413, 
Oct. 14, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1907. 

When the day grows long : words 



and music by N. K. Grk 



[2310 



N. K. Griggs, Lincoln Nebr. O 
167317, Nov. 18, 1907. 

When the girl you think the 
world of, thinks the world and 
all of you: words by Fred J. 
Hamill, music by Percy Wenrich. 

[2311 
Hamill's system of publicity, New 
York, N. Y. C 166782, Nov. 11, 1907. 
2 c. Nov. 12, 1907. 

] When the lily-of-the valley comes 



When sweet Marie was sweet six- 
teen: words by Raymon Moore, 
music by Ernest R. Ball. [2302 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 166774, Nov. 11, 1907; 2 c. j 
Nov. 27, 1907. 

When the apple blossoms fall ; j 
[son£] by M. L. Rossman. [2303 
M. L. Rossman, Sidney, Mich. C 
168847, Dec. 6, 1907. 

When the Autumn leaves are fall- 
ing I'll be there; by John Andrew 
Fisher, song. [2304 

J. A. Fisher, Canada. C 162543, 
Sept. 23, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 18, 1907. 

When the Autumn leaves turn to 
gold ; bv Geo. F. Kampschmidt. 
song. [2305 

G. F. Kampschmidt, Kansas City, 
Mo. C 161482, Sept. 9, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 21, 1907. 

When the Autumn tints the green 
leaves gold; words by Richard 
Gerard, music by Halsey K. Mohr. 

[2306 
Gordon music pub. co., New York. 
N. Y. C 169393, Dec. 12, 1907. 



again ; [son j?] bv Walter J. Rock- 
well. [2312 
W. J. Rockwell, Palo Alto, Cal. C 
168835, Dec. 6, 1907. 

When the maple leaves turn golden 

I'll be there ; words and music by 

Frank H. French. [2313 

F. H. French, Topeka, Kans. O 

169368, Nov. 25, 1907. 

When the meadow larks were sing- 
ing in the springtime; [song] by 
Samuel E. Showman. [2314 

John Showman, Ellsworth, Kans. 
C 168814, Dec. 6, 1907. 
When the moon is sinking lower ; 
by W. L. Jordan. Song. [2315 

W. L. Jordan, Birmingham, Ala. 
C 166879, Nov. 11, 1907. 
When the robin sings again ; waltz, 
[by] Don Ramsay, 8vo. orch. [2316 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
168964, Dec. 7, 1907. 
When the sighing winds are whis- 
pering, Eloise ; by Kathryn I. 
White, song. [2317 

K. I. White, Pittsburg, Pa. C 
167985, Nov. 29, 1907. 



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When the soft winds blow ; [words | 
by] Flora Kirkland, [music by] j 
Howard E. Smith. [231S I 

Meyer & brother, Chicago, 111. C 
166S34, Nov. 11, 1907. 

When the sun shines in youk eyes ; 
words by Gwen Woolworth, music 
by Lucien Denni. [2319 

L. Denni, New York, N. Y. C 
158166, Aug. 1, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 
1907. 

When the vesper cells at twilight 
sweetly chime : words by E. T. 
Farran. music by George Van 
Wagenen. [2320 

Seminary music co., New York, j 
N. Y. C 167981, Nov. 29, 1907. 
When the violets bloom, Violet; 
words bv Robt. F. Roden, music by 
J. Fred Ilelf. [2321 

Helf & Hager co.. New York, N. Y. j 
C 169232, Dec. 11, 1907. 
When the wheat to gold sweet- 
heart is turning ; words and music • 
by Walter A. Salomon. [2322 

W. A. Salomon, Waterbury, Conn. 
C 168916, Dec. 9, 1907. 
When the wild rose buds again ; 
• words by Claude L. Barker, music 
by Geo. L. Spaulding. [2323 

Will Rossiter, Chicago. 111. C 
168687, Dec. 5, ]907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 
1907. 
When we fly. fly. fly : words by 
Albert Bagley and Harry Staunton. 
music by Kenneth Lyle. [2324 

Price & Revnolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 168540, Dec. 3, 1907. 
When wintry skies are grey; by 
Mrs. Herbert Marks Banning, song. 

[2325 
Mrs. H. M. Banning, Ft. Payne, \ 
Ala. C 166962, Nov. 11, 1907. 

When you love her and she loves 
you ; words and music by Kerry 
Mills. [2326 

F. A. Mills, New York, N. Y. C 
167293, Nov. 16, 1907. 
When you passed by ; words by Wini- 
fred Sutcliffe Greaves, music by j 
Felix Swinstead, no. 3 in E flat. 

[2327 
Lublin & co., ltd., London, Eng- I 
land. C 168623, Nov. 30, 1907. 
When your lips pressed mine; waltz 
theme from Die lustige Wittwe, by 
Franz Lehar, arr. by Arthur W. 
Lange, English setting by Albertine 
Dallas. [232S 

Woodward & Teschner, New York, 
N. Y. C 367795, Nov. 25, 1907. 



Where is papa? words and music by 
Jos. A. Willy. [2329 

J. A. Willy, Hebron, Nebr. C 
167179, Nov. 15, 1907. 

Where the jasmine twines ; for bari- 
tone and male quartet, words by 
Ormsby A. Court, music by Walter 
H. Lewis. [2330 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168122, Nov. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 15, 1907. 

Where the roses bloom in snow- 
time ; written by David Leigh, com- 
posed by Kenneth Lyle. [2331 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 168532, Dec. 3, 1907. 

Where the sunbeams play I'll meet 

you dear; by Walter E. Greenwalt. 

Song. [2332 

W. E. Greenwalt. Massillon, Ohio. 

C 166890, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Where the sunshine falls ; song, 
words by Edward Teschemacher, 
music by Charles H. Fogg. no. 1 
in E flat. [2333 

Gould & co., London, England. C 
168456, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Where true love dwells ; words by 

Clifton Bingham, music by Richard 

Francis Lloyd. [2334 

Weekes & co., London, England. 

C 167969, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Wfiere you are; [words by] Nelle 

Richmond Eberhart, [music by] 

Charles Wakefield Cadman. [2335 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 166779, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Where you whispered I love none 

else but you ; by M. Ronnoco. 

Song. [2336 

M. Ronnoco, Fitchburg, Mass. C 

166892, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Whispering of love; valse composed 

by C. Kinkel, ed. and fing. by M. 

Greenwald. pf. [2337 

Century music pub. co., New York, 

N. Y. C 167805, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Whistling (The) Yankee girl; 

words by E. P. Moran, music by 

Seymour Furth. [2338 

Maurice Shapiro, New York, N. Y. 

C 167028, Nov. 12, 1907. 

White (C. A.) Medley quartette no. 
2 ; for male voices in C. [2339 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. ; in renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 13, 1907. C 168574, Dec. 
4, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1907. 



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White (William Alfred) Harmony 
and ear-training. 8vo. [2340 

Silver. Burdetl & co., Boston, 
Mass. A 193466, Dec. 4, 1907. 

White lilies; intermezzo, [by] J. 

Ord Hume, arr. by Carl Albert. Svo. 

orcb. [2341 

Raymond music co.. Meriden, 

Conn. C 16S9S7, Dec. 9, 1907. 

White Folar bear: [words by] 

Amelia M. Starkweather, [music by] 

Edna G. Young. [2342 

Tullar-Mereditb co.. New York, 

N. Y. C 109176, Dec. 10, 1907. 

White (A) rose; [words by] Jobn 
Boyle O'Reilly, [music by] E. 
Wbyte, op. 29, no. 2. [2343 

McKecbnie music co., Ottawa, Can- 
ada. C 167740, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Whither shall I go: soprano solo 
by J. W. Lerman. (Mollineux's col- 
lection ... no. 1642). Svo. [2344 
Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 16S25S, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Who? words by L. G. Winston, music 
by Madden music co. [2345 

L. G. Winston, United States. C 
169292, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Who is this, so weak and helpless ; 
Christmas carol for mixed voices, 
words by How, music by James S. 
Ford. (Music for Christmas service 
354). [2346 

G. Scbirmer, jr., Boston, Mass. C 
167911, Nov. 27, 1907. 

Who wants a husband? written and 
composed by Will Hyde. [2347 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 16S660, Dec. 5, 1907. 

Whosoever will; [song by] Cbas. H. 
Gabriel. [2348 

R. H. Randall. Wilmette, 111. C 
169497, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Why does Kansas seem so dry? Pray 
tell me? [songl bv J. H. Leslie. 

[2349 
J. H. Leslie, Pittsburg, Kans. C 
168800, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Why does mother stay so long ; 
song and chorus, words by Geo. 
Cooper, music by C. A. White. [2350 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. : in renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 13, 1907. C 168575, Dec. 
4, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1907. 



Why don't you tell me you love me, 
John?; by Bessie Lee. song. [2351 
B. Lee, Sags, Idaho. C 166936, 
Nov. 11, 1907. 

Why the coon songs go; [song] by 

Eunice Wood. [2352 

E. Wood, Chicago, 111. C 168833, 
Dec. 6, 1907. 

Why thus tarry? [words by] F. E. 
Brooks, [music by] Nina E. Brooks. 

[2353 

F. E. Brooks, Fairhaven, Mass. 
C 169416, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Wild (The) cat; waltz by Harvey 

Overman, pf. [2354 

H. Overman, Elwood, Ind. C 
166932, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Wild wood flowers; [song] by A. J. 
Snedecker. [2355 

A. J. Snedecker, Savannah, Ga. C 
168832, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Will my dreams come true ; song, by 
Wilfred E. Jacob. [2356 

W. E. Jacob, N. Attleboro, Mass. 
C 169005, Dec. 9. 1907. 

Will our love ever die ? by D. E. Cald- 
well, song. [2357 
D. E. Caldwell, Osceola, Ark. C 
168250, Nov. 29, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 14, 
1907. 

Will they miss me; words by Abijah 
Gill, music by Geo. Howard. [2358 
A. Gill, Laconia, N. H. C 168784, 
Dec. 6, 1907. 

Will you love me when my face is 

worn and old ; words and music by 

John B. Coary. [2359 

W. C. Parker. New York, N. Y. C 

168617, Dec. 4, 1907. 

Willfort (Egon Stuart) Zwei Slav- 
ische tanze ; fur pianoforte zu vier 
handen, revidiert von C. Schubert, 
no. 1, F dur ; no. 2, A dur. [2360 
Gebruder Hug & co., Leipzig. Ger- 
many. C 165304, 165305, Oct. 23, 
1.907 ; 2 c. each Oct. 22, 1907. 

Willie's got another girl now; 

written by Fred W. Leigh, composed 

by Henry E. Pether. [2361 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 167371, Nov. 18, 1907. 

Will yum Wilson ; words and music 

by Geo. A. Spink. [2362 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 

Y. C 144289, Feb. 28, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 13, 1907. 



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Wilm (Nicolai von) mazurka, op. 81 
no. 16 ; for the pianoforte. [2363 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 168473, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Wind-swept (The) wheat; for cho- 
rus of women's voices and soprano 
solo, by David Stanley Smith, words 
by Madeline Bridges. Vocal score. 
(G. Schirmer's choruses ... no. 
4955). [2364 ! 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C j 
367875, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 27, j 
1907. 

"Wine, women and song; [song] by ! 
Charles C. Powers. [2365 

C. C. Powers, San Francisco, Cal. i 
C 16S783, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Wingey, Wangey, Woo; written by 
Paul Pelham, composed by Herbert 
Rule. [2366 

Reeder & Walsh, London, Eng- 
land. C 166760, Nov. 11, 1907. 
Wings of a dove ; words by Henry Van 
Dyke, music by A. H. Mulnix. [2367 
A. H. Mulnix, Brighton, Mass. C 
168935, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Winnie West ; march and two step, 

[by] Arthur S. Josselyn. pf. [2368 

song. 

A. S. Josselyn, Lawrence, Mass. 

C 168673 & 168672, Dec. 5, 1907. 
Winter dreams ; waltz for piano, by 

Maurice Baron. [2369 

M. Baron, St. Boniface, Manitoba, 

Canada. C 165944, Oct. 19, 1907. 
Winter (The) is past; by Ernest 

Bristow Farrar, op. 4, no. 2. 

(Stainer's and Bell's male voice 

choir .library, edited by Geo. F. 

Geaussent). [2370 

Stainer & Bell, London, England. 

C 168352, Nov. 26, 1907 : 2 c. Nov. 22, 

1907. 
Winter sunrise; [words by] Eden 

Philpotts, [music by] E. Whyte, op. | 

41, no. 2. [2371 j 

McKechnie music co., Ottawa, ; 

Canada. C 167743, Nov. 25, 1907. 
Wireless telegraphy; by Dora E. W. j 

Spratt. Song. [2372 

D. E. W. Spratt, Lewisburg, Pa. 
C 166883, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Wirst auch du darunter sein? Will 
you be among that band?; [words \ 
by] Harry Marschner, tr. from Ger- 
man [by] Wm. Appel, [music by] j 
Frieda L. Appel. [2373 

H. Marschner, United States. C 
169027, Dec. 9, 1907. 



Wise (The) virgin and the foolish; 

written by George Arthurs, composed 

by Orlando Powell. [2374 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 167756, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Wish me good luck on my journey; 
words and music by W. R. Williams. 

[2375 
Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. C 
168688, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 
1907. 

Wishing; words by George A. Norton, 

music by Karl L. Hoschna. [2376 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 153251, Mar. 29, 1907 ; 2 c. 

Nov. 29, 1907. 

With deepest reverence ; double quar- 
tet or quartet and chorus, by J. W. 
Lerman. (Mollineux's col. of an- 
thems no. 1233). 8vo. [2377 
Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 168266, Nov. 30, 1907. 

With the shepherds ; [by] Arthur E. 
James, arr. by E. L. Ashford. org. 

[2378 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
168589, Dec. 4, 1907. 

With you in eternity; high baritone 

in C, written by Arthur J. Lamb, 

composed by Alfred Solman. [2379 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 

N. Y. C 167796, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Within my heart a song I found ; 
by A. Bungert, arr. by Max Spicker 
for three-part chorus of women's 
voices, English version by Th. Baker, 
(G. Schirmer's octavo choruses . . . 
no. 4999.) [2380 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167011, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Wittenmyer's concert quartets, for 
male voices. [2381 

B. C. Wittenmyer, Benton Ridge, 
Ohio. C 167698, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Wo ist, o grab, dein sieg? [words by] 

Harry Marschner, [music by] H. von 

Berge. [2382 

H. Marschner, United States. C 

169049, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Wo soll ich hin? [words by] Wm. 
Appel, [music by] G. A. Guenther, 

[2383 
G. A. Guenther, Newark, N. J. C 
169390, Dec. 12, 1907. 

WO WOHNET DAS GLUCK ?, [words & 

music by] Harry Marschner. [2384 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169054, Dec. 9, 1907. 



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Woiu'miaittk (IT. A.'* Morceau ear- 
acteristique en forme d'etude: for 
piano, op. -2 no. 1, edited by John 
Orth. [23S5 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 167301, Nov. 16, 1907. 

Wolstenholme (W.) Pastoral (A) ; 
organ. [23S6 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 165805, Oct. 29. 1907. 

Polonaise impromptu ; piano solo, 

op. 63. [2387 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 167601, Nov. 21, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1907. 

Women get the best of it; Poor old 
father, written by Penton Hook & 
Whit Cimliffe, composed by Whit 
Cnnliffe. [2388 

Star music pub. co., London, Eng- 
land. C 167762, Nov. 25, 1.907. 

Won't you be mah bride ; words by B. 
A. Dietz, music by Metropolitan 
music co. [2389 

B. A. Dietz, United States. C 
169227, Dec. 10, 1907. 
Won't you be my sweetheart all the 
time ; [words by] R. H. Unterdorfel, 
[music by] Win. R. Marland. [2390 
W. H. Marland & R. H. Unterdor- 
fel, Holyoke, Mass. C 168711, Nov. 
23, 1907. 
Won't you blow bubbles with me; 
words by Jack Allison, music by 
William H. Penn. [2391 

Gus Edwards music pub. co., New 
York. N. Y. C 165564, Oct. 28, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 14, 1907. 
Won't you have a little feather ; 
[from] Peter Pan, words by Paul 
West, music by Jerome D. Kern. 

[2392 
T. B. Harms co., New York. N. Y. 
C 168751, Dec. 6, 1907. 
Won't you let me play with you; 
words by Ernest C. Croney, music 
by Raymond Ray. [2393 

E. C. Cronev, Chicago, 111. C 
161995, Sept. 16, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 
Won't you take a little walk with 
me; [by] Harry O. Sutton, key of j 
E. vocal orch. 951. 8vo. [2394 I 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 168116, Nov. 23, 1907. 
Won't you wink at me?; words by 
Edgar Allan Woolf, music by Clar- | 
ence J. Penney. [2395 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 168110, Nov. 23, 1907. 



Won. i) rou? | words by | Amelia M. 

Starkweather, [mnsic by] Edna G. 

Young. [2396 

Tu liar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169207, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Would you believe ; words & music 

by Fleta Jan Brown. [2397 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 167712, Nov. 23, 1907. 

Write to your mother to-night ; 
[song] by Nora Theisen. [2398 

N. Theisen, Mount Pleasant, Mich. 
C 168760, Dec. 6, 1907. 

Wunder (Wonder) ; [text von] Friedr. 
Th. Yischer, [English version] John 
Bernhoff, [musik von] Felix Drae- 
seke (Autographen-albnm in liedern 
moderner ma ester . . . no. 3). obi. 
8vo. [2399 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 168036, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Wunsch ; lied fur eine singstimme mit 
normal harmonium von Heinz Dor- 
guth, op. 115, gedicht von Johanna 
Ambrosius, English version by Dora 
Wooldridge. [2400 

Paul Koeppen, Berliu, Germany. 
C 166122, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Yanghidunia (America) ; march and 
two-step by Edna M. Keene, arr. by 
James R. Keene [for piano]. Wash- 
ington, D. C, Sanders & Stayman 
co. [2401 

Edna M. Keene, Geneva, N. Y. C 
168349, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Yankee boy-: march for the piano by 
Geo. L. Spaulding. (Pastime pic- 
tures no. 2). [2402 
Theo. Presser. Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167467, Nov. 19, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
20, 1907. 

Yankee Doodle; two step, intro. 

Comin' thro' the rye, and Zip Coon; 

[by] Frank Holliday. pf. [2403 

Academic music co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169296, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Yankee kids ; march and two step, by 
Herbert G. Pulfrey. pf. [2404 

Chas. E. Roat music co., ltd., Bat- 
tle Creek, Mich. C 166012, Oct. 28, 
1907; 2 c. Nov. 11, 1907. 

Yankee (The) lassie; words by Gus- 
taf Engelbrect. music by Raymond 
Ray. [2405 

G. Engelbrect, Superior, Wis. C 
1.55394, June 24. 1907: 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 



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Yankee (The) regent; selection, book 
and lyrics by Irving B. Lee and 
Chas. S. Adelman, music by Ben M. ; 
Jerome, pf. [2406 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 168586, Dec. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 29, 1907. 

Ye merry birds that sweetly sing 
(O bitt' euch liebe vogelein) ; for I 
voice and piano by Ferd. Gumbert, 
English words by Alice Mattullath. 
no. 1, high voice; no. 2, low voice. 

[2407 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
168329, 168330, Nov. 30, 1907. 

Ye olde nurserie rhymes ; set to mu- 
sic by H. Drury Baker, with illus- 
trations by Constance De C. Burgess. 
4to. [2408 I 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 
168033, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Yes, I'm coming; [words by] Amelia 

M. Starkweather, [music by] Edna 

G. Young. [2409 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169172, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Yester year; mixed quartet, [by] 
Franz C. Bornschein. Svo. [2410 
Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago, 
111. C 169285, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Yesterday (A) ; song from The rose 
jar, for high voice with piano ace, 
words by Thomas S. Jones, jr., 
music by Harry Alexander Mat- 
thews. [2411 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

167880, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 27, 
1907. 

York ( Francis L. ) Counterpoint sim- I 
plified; a text-book in simple strict 
counterpoint. (The music students ! 
library.) [2412 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. Mass. I 
A 193504, Dec. 4, 1907. 
You; by May Wilson Marrs. song. 

[2413 ! 

M. W. Marrs, Coro, Tex. C 166904, j 

Nov. 11, 1907. 

You and I; song from The rose jar, I 

for high voice with piano ace, words | 

by Tbomas S. Jones, music by Harry j 

Alexander Matthews. [2414 \ 

G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 

167881, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 27, 
1907. 

You are the girl I mean ; ballad with 

refrain, written by Percy Edgar, 

music by Cecil Bidden. [2415 

Charles Sheard & co.. London, 

England. C 169265, Dec. 11, 1907. 



YOU ARE THE ONE THAT I LOVE J [SOng] 

by Irene E. Stevens. [2416 

I. E. Stevens, Nashville, Tenn. C 
168790, Dec. 6, 1907. 

You can't guess what he wrote on 
my slate; words and music by 
Audrey Kingsbury. [2517 

Theo. Bendix, music publisher, 
New York, N. Y. C 167269, Nov. 16, 
1907. 
You don't mean to say that's wis- 
dom : written by Worton David, com- 
posed by Shirley Ilton. [2418 
Shapiro, Von Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 166742, Nov. 
11, 1907. 
You'll be sorry just too late; words 
and music by Billy Gaston. [2419 
Maurice Shapiro, New York, N. Y. 
C 167029, Nov. 12, 1907. 
You'll never be missed ; words and 
music by Edward Clark. [2420 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 166010, Nov. 7, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 25, 1907. 
You're looking remarkably well; 
written and composed by R. P. Wes- 
ton. [2421 
Shapiro, Yon Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 167760, Nov. 
25, 1907. 
You're still my sweetheart, to-day; 
words and music by Clarence Ream. 

[2422 
Thompson music co., Chicago, 111. 
C 165317, Oct. 23, 1907. 
You're the only girl I love ; words by 
Charles Hanna, music by Thomas 
Slack. [2423 

Monarch music pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 166704, Nov. 9, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 5, 1907. 
You're the only little girl for me ; 
[by] Wm. C. Zinter. song. [2424 
W. C. Zinter co., Chicago, 111. 
C 165215, Oct. 18, 1907 ; 2 c. Oct. 9, 
1907. 

Young (Fred H.) Cantate Domino in 
B flat ; for solo and quartette or cho- 
rus, mixed voices and organ. (Oc- 
tavo ed. church anthems no. 282.) 

[2425 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 168188, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Young (A) and ardent lover; words 
by Herbert J. Brandon, music by Al- 
fred Kaiser. [2426 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. C 168702, Dec. 6, 
1907. 



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rouNGER (The) set: waltz by Paul 
Kaiser, op. 2 no. 4, piano composi- 
tion medium grade. 1. 2427 
Theo. Pressor. Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 167398, Nov. IS, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 
20, 1007. 

Your smiles neveb weary; by Hob. O. 
Bailey, son-. [242S 

R. C. Bailey, Tecumseh, Mich. C 
166880, Nov. 11, 1907. 

Youth and beauty hand in hand : 
music by J. B. Van Bree, edited and 
a it. by Frederic H. Ripley and H. L. 
Heartz [for sopranos and altos, bass 
ad lib.] (The Stanhope edition no. 
17). Svo. [2429 

White-Smith music pnb. co., Bos- 
ton. Mass. C 168484, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Ysaye (Theo) Concerto en mi bemol, 
op. 9 ; pour piano avec ace. 
d'orchestre. Partition d'orchestre. 

[2430 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
166990, Nov. 12, 1907. 

Piano principal, avec reduc- 
tion de Forchestre pour un second 
piano, en partition. 

G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 
166630, Nov. 8, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 7. 
1907. 

Fantaisie: sur un theme popu- 

laire [de] Wallon, pour grand or- 
chestre, op. 13. Partition. [2431 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
167622, Nov. 22, 1907: 2 c. Nov. 23. 
1907. 

Yule (The) log song. [2432 

Townseud Allen, New York, N. Y. 
C 168480, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Zephyrs of the woodman; by Frank 
Winchet. song. [2433 

F. Winchet, Swartz, La. C 166923, 
Nov. 11, 1907. 

Zilcher (Paul) Melodic studies, op. 

55, book 1. no. 1, Remembrance ; 
no. 2, Capricietto ; no. 3, By the for- 
est brook; no. 4, The gossip; no. 5, 
Albumleaf ; no. 6, Self-willed; no. 7, 
Longing ; no. 8, Breaking waves ; no. 
9, Doubt; no. 10, Unrest; no. 11, 
Evening mood; no. 12, Humoresque. 
4to. [2434 

Augener limited, London, England. 
C 165445-165456, Oct. 25, 1907. 
Pell-mell ; 6 pianoforte pieces, op. 

56, book 1; no. 1, Break of day 
(Tagesanbruch) ; no. 2, Serenade 
(Morgenstaudchen) ; no. 3, Diana's 

hunting procession (Jagdzug der 



Zilcher (Paul) — Continued. 
Diana) : no. 4, The dance of the 
dryads (Tanz der Dryaden) ; no. 5, 
Song without words (Lied ohne 
worte) ; no. 6, Dance of the midges 
( Schnakenreigen ) . [2435 

Augener limited, London, England. 
C 167851-167856, Nov. 26, 1907. 

Zizi ; opera-comique en trois actes, 
paroles de Andre Lene ka et F. de 
Launay, musique de E. Dell' Acqua. 
[Partition chant et piano]. Svo. 

[2436 
Joubert, Paris, France. C 167773, 
Nov. 22, 1907. 

Zollner (Kurt) Variationen, uber 
ein eignes thema ; fur Klavier zu 
2hd. [2437 

Lauterbach & Kuhn, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 164301, Oct. 11, 1907. 

Wiegenlied ; flir violine und 

Klavier, op. 6. [2438 

Lauterbach & Kuhn, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 164302, Oct. 11, 1907. 

Zum neuen jahr ; lied fur bariton, 
mit violine, bratsche und violoncell, 
und mit pianoforte, von Fritz Gamb- 
ke, op. 10 no. 1, gedicht von Ed. 
Morike. [2439 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, N. 
Y. C 166161, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Zum Weihnachtsfest ; 12 Weihnachts- 
lieder fiir normal-harmonium mit 
hinzugefiigtem text bearbeitet von 
Otto op. 102. [2440 

Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germanv. 
C 166104, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Zwei schacker. Two sinners' choice; 
[words by] G. C. T. Schnaible, tr. 
from German [by] Harry Marsch- 
ner, [music by] E. B. Scheve. [2441 
H. Marschner, United States. C 
169015, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Zweikampf (Der) ; polonaise fiir flote 

oder oboe und fagott mit orchester, 

von Robert Strauss. Svo. [2442 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 

Germany. C 166155, Nov. 2, 1907. 

Zweigesprach ; andante a u s der 
Kleinen Kantate Andacht, fiir vio- 
line und violoncello mit orgel od. 
harmonium - begleitung iibertragen 
von Carl Andre, op. 21. [2443 

Johann Andre, Offenbach a. Main, 
Germany. C 167443, Nov. 19, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 20, 1907. 



Number of entries of musical compositions completed by deposit of 2 
copies each and entered in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1908 2,796 



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PART 3: 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 
INDEX 



NEW SEEIES, VOLUME 3 

Nos. 6-9 

FEBRUARY, 1908 



WASHINGTON 

RENTING C- 

1908 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by authors (composers) or titles. Information con- 
tained in the title is not repeated in the collation. Piano music is understood 
to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Songs are understood to be with 
pf. ace. unless otherwise stated. Titles reading " Words by," " Music by " are 
to be understood as songs. 

The index at the end of the Catalogue contains title references to all compo- 
sitions entered under the authors in the Catalogue and author references to 
all compositions entered under the titles in the Catalogue. 

The following abbreviations are used: pts., parts; sc, score; voc. sc, vocal 
score; pf. sc, pianoforte score; arr., arranged, arrangement; ace, accompani- 
ment ; coll., collection ; v., violin ; va., viola ; vc, violoncello ; pf., pianoforte ; 
orch., orchestra ; org., organ ; guit, guitar ; mand., mandolin. 



The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week. As the weekly issue of Part 3 
would necessitate a possible search through 52 alphabets In each year in order to 
locate the title of any given musical composition, it has been suggested to avoid this 
inconvenience that the alphabet for Part 3 (musical compositions) be made to include 
all the titles entered during each month, instead of each week, so that a search for 
any musical work deposited for copyright during the year would require an examina- 
tion of only 12 indexes instead of 52 as formerly. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Every entry in the 
Catalogue implies the deposit of copies, the title of no musical work being included 
in the Catalogue unless copies are on file, but if the copies have been received on the 
same date as the day of entry the statement of the receipt of copies on that date is 
not repeated but is understood. 

The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read " Copyright by E. J. Meuriot, 
Paris. France. Class C, XXc, no. 169841, Dec. 16, 1907 ; 2 copies received Dec. 16, 
1907." 



Afleur de leyres ; raise chantee, 

vers de Pierre d'Amor, musique de 

Y-K. Xazare-Aga. [2797 

E. J. Meuriot, Paris. France. C 

169S41, Dec. 16, 1907. 

A une blonde ; feuilles d'album, pour 
violon avec ace. de piano par Ro- 
man Statkowski, op. 32 no. 1. [2798 
B. Sellout's sohne. Mayence, Ger- 
many. C 169107, Dec. 10, 1907: 
2 c. Dec. 9, 1907. 

A une brune; feuilles d'album, pour 
violon avec ace. de piano par Ro- 
man Statkowski, op. 32 no. 2. [2799 
B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- 
many. C 169108, Dec. 10, 1907: 2 c. 
Dee. 9, 1907. 

A vuec iiella : arietta di Posillipo, 
parole di Gabriele d'Annunzio, mu- 
siea di F. Paolo Tosti. no. 2 mez- 
zo-sop. o baritono. 112148. [2800 
G. Rieordi & e.. Milan, Italy. C 
171279, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Abdey (Alfred W.) Te Deum in G 

[mixed voices and organ]. (The 

church ehoralist No. 415. 1 [2801 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 

England. C 169607, Dec. 16, 1907. 



Abide with us, our Saviour; [words 
by] Joshua Stegmann [music by] 
Masini, arr. by Emil Larson. [2802 
Engberg-Holmberg pub. co., Chi- 
cago, 111. C 169702, Dec. 16, 1907. 
Aceves (de) Aragonesa, op. 51; Met- 
rostyle, 75573. [Pianola arr.] 

[2803 
.Eolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
170620, Dec. 28, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1908. 

ACH SO EIN BISCHEN KOSEN UND 

klssen ; lied aus die gelbe gefahr, 

text von Alfred Schonfeld [musik] 

von Jul. Einodshofer. [2804 

Apollo-verlag, Berlin, Germany. 

C 169596, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

14, 1907. 

Adams (Mrs. Crosby) A Christmas 

carol ; antiphonal. words by Edith 

Howe Kinnev (miscellaneous series 

no. 3). 800. [2805 

Crosbv Adams. Oak Park, 111. 

C 167792, Nov. 25. 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

30. 1907. 

Ade: volkslied aus Erk-Bokme II. 

miinnerchor ^^m Karl Schauss. Svo. 

[2806 
K. Schauss, Wiesbaden, Germany. 
C 170(504, Dec. 28, 1907. 

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Adele ; raise gracieuse, by Gustave 

Saenger, op. 128, no. 2, violin and 

piano. [2807 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 

O 170706, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Adieu la rose; poeine de Gabriel Vi- 
caire, musique de E. Jaques- 
Dalcroze. (Idylles et chansons no. 
5.) [2808 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
170879, Dec. 30, 1907. 

After sunset; by Arthur Pryor, 

transcription by Alvin Buechner 

for violoncello with piano ace. [2809 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170974, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Affinity; words by M. Emily Dixon, 

music by Madden music co. [2S10 

M. E. Dixon, Newark, N. J. C 

167227, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 

190S. 

Aftonsang; [words by] L. S., music 

by J. A. Hultman. [2811 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 

C 170339, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Aftonsucker; [words by] J. B., 

music by J. A. Flultman. [2812 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 

C 170346, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Again to kiss good-bye; by Arthur 

H. Miller. 1. Cornet solo with pf. 

ace, 2. Trombone solo with pf. ace. 

[2813, 2814 

H. N. White, Cleveland, Ohio. C 

170447, 170448, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Agnes' dreamland lullaby; for the 
piano by Wm. Caven Barron. 
(Three Dutch compositions no. 1). 

[2815 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171248, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Ah ! Eh ! Oh ! written and composed 
by Arthur W T imperis and Walter Da- 
vidson. [2816 
Harry Yon Tilzer music pub. co., 
New York, N. Y. C 171192, Dec. 31, 
1907. 

Ailleurs et jadis ; chansons et ro- 
mances, paroles de Rene Morax, 
musique de Gustave Doret. 4to. 

[2S17 
Foetisch freres, Lausanne, Switz- 
erland. C 171135, Dec. 31, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

Ain't it hell to be popular; charac- 
teristic song, bv Eugene R. Kenney. 

[2818 
Edward J. McNerney, Goldfield, 
Nev. C 1.70929, Dec. 30, 1907. 



Ain't yer got no home, Elijah? writ- 
ten by Albert Bagley, composed bv 
Will E. Haines. [2819 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 170178, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Alaaf Collen ; neuester carnevalis- 
tischer und humoristischer-ball- 
rundtanz von balletmeister J. W. 
Oldenburg, op. 60, fur clavier. 

[2820 
Job. Franz Weber g. m. b. h., Koln 
a/Rhein, Germany. C 171121, Dec. 
31, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

Alameda; waltzes, by Harry J. Lin- 
coln, pf. [2821 
Vandersloot music pub. co.. Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. C 171944, Jan. 13, 
1908. 

Alaskan (The) ; march intro. The 

Totem pole [by] Harry Girard, arr. 

by W. C. O'Hare. 8vo. band. [2822 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 171049, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Alba (L') separa dalla luce l'ombra ; 
poesia di Gabriele d'Annunzio, mu- 
sica di F. Paolo Tosti. Soprano 
o mezzo-sopr. o tenore, 112138 
(Quattro canzoni di Amaranta no. 
2). [2823 

G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
171173, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Albert (Eugen d') Walzer-para- 
phrase; aus der komischen oper 
Tragaldabas, fur pianoforte zu 2 
handen. [2824 

B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- 
many. C 169995, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1907. 

Alice in Wonderland ; an operetta for 
children, written and adapted by 
M. C. Gillington, music by C. Hutch- 
ins Lewis. Svo. [2S25. 
J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 
England. C 169605, Dec. 16, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

Alice nocturne ; for piano or organ 

by M. W. Butler. [2826 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., Se- 

dalia, Mo. C 169669, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Alice, where art thou ; by J. Ascher, 
arr. by H. F. Odell for mandocello 
or tenor mandola. Svo. [2827 

Gibson mandolin-guitar co., Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. C 170162, Dec. 23, 
1907. 

All abloom ; valse [by] E. H. Bailey. 
Svo. orch. [282S 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 
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nos. 6-9, Fob.. 10HS 



Ai.i is well; mixed voices, words 
from Moravian hymn, [music by] 
Charles P. Scott, arr. by S. R. 
Gaines. (Sacred octavo series . . . 
no. 787.) [2S29 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 171510, Jan. 3, 190S. 

All one summer's day (Einen som- 
oier lang) rged. v.] D. von Lilien- 
cron, English version by Percy Pin- 
kerton, [music by] Leop. Karlinsky. 
(Seven songs no. 1). [2S30 

Aschenberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London, England. C 171686, 
Jan. S, 100S. 

All the world loves a lover; words 
by Geo. Graff, jr., music by Ernest 
R. Ball. [2831 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 162469, Sept. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 10. 1907. 

All. THINGS ARE PRAISING JESUS ; 

[words by] James Rowe [music by] 
W. A. Post. [2832 

W. A. Post. Syracuse, N. Y. C j 
169786, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, I 
1007. 

All to Thee ; [words by] Frances R. | 
Havergal, [music bv] Jno. R. i 
Sweney. [2833 j 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa. j 
In renewal for 14 years from Jan. 
2, 1908. C 169451, Dec. 14, 1907; 2 
c. Dec. 20, 1907. 

Alone in the world ; words by Eva 

M. Bounsall, music by Raymond A. 

Browne music co. [2834 

B. M. Bounsall, United States. C 

170231, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Alpine song ; by Paul Ducelle, op. 16, 
arr. as piano duet by Arnoldo Sar- 
torio. (Musical memories no. 11). 

[2835 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 16947S, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Always welcome; [words by] Jennie 
Wilson [music by] W. A. Post. 

[2836 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. 
C 169779, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Am abend; vortragsstiick fur klavier 
von Gustav Lazarus, op. Ill no. 2. 

[2837 
Jonasson-Eckermann & co., Berlin, 
Germany. C 169085, Dec. 20, 1907 ; 2 
c. Dec. 21, 1907. 



Am tkaualtar: [ged. von] Herin. 
Kohler, fur gemischten chor. von 
Oscar Rudolph, op. 48. 8vo. [2838 
A. E. Fischer, Bremen, Germany. 
C 169591, Dec. 16, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1907. 

miinnerchor von Oscar Rudolph, 

op. 48. partitur nnd stimmen. 8vo. 

[2839 

A. E. Fischer, Bremen, Germany. 
C 169602, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
14, 1907. 

Am waldsee (On the lake in the 
woods) ; salonstiick von Heinrich 
Broil, op. 19 flir piano. [2840 

Fr. Portius, Leipzig, Germany. C 
169089, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

Am ants (Les) de Venise; barcarolle, 

paroles de Henri Darsay, musique 

de Ch. Borel-Clerc. [2841 

G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 

171169, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Amazon (The) ; march [by] Wayne 
A. Crocker, pf. [2842 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170497, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Amblin', Ambrose ; march and two 
step, by T. W. Thurban. pf. [2843 
J. R. Lafleur & son, London, 
England. C 170S90, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Ambrosio (A. d') Ballade; pour violon 
et piano, op. 39. [2844 

B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- 
many. C 171136, Dec. 31, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

American dances no. 2; for piano or 
organ. (Academic edition.) 4to. 

[2845 
Academic music co., New York, N. 
Y. A 194114, Dec. 11, 1907. 

American festival overture; [by] 

Wm. F. Kretschmer, op. 217. 4to. 

band. [2846 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170714, Dec. 28, 1907. 

American (The) musician; march, 

by Victor G. Boehnlein. pf. [2847 

Yandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. C 169547, Dec. 6, 

1907. 

Amid the roses ; waltzes, by F. H. 

Losey. pf. [2848 

Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. C 169548, Dec. 6, 

1907. 



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Among the pine trees up in the 
Rockies ; composed by Anna Marine 
Conway. [2849 

A. M. Conway, Bisbee, Ariz. C 
170798, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Amour perdu (Lost love) ; valse lente 
par Rene Gasty [pour] piano. 

[2S50 
R. Gasty, Paris, France. C 171095, 
Dec. 31, 1907. 

Anchored ; part-song or chorus for 
mixed voices with piano ace. [words 
by] Samuel K. Cowan [music by] 
Michael Watson, arr. by N. Clifford 
Page. (Octavo edition no. 11733). 

[2851 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 169225, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Ancient of days ; hymn-anthem by 
Edward Whitby [mixed voices & 
organ]. (Choir journal no. 216a). 
Svo. [2852 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169542, Dec. 14, 1907. 

And there were shepherds ; recita- 
tive, soprano or tenor [by] T. Ed- 
win Solly. [2853 
The Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 170999, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Angel (The) of death (Der todes- 
engel singt) ; fur eine singstimme 
mit klavierbegleitung, von Eugen 
Haile, op. 15 no. 2, fur alt oder 
bariton mit klavier. (Lieder und 
gesange). [2854 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
X. Y. C 170259, Dec. 23, 1907. 
Angel (The) of love; song without 
words, by Abraham Nelson, pf. 

[2855 

Theodore Lohr, New York, N. Y. 

C 171062, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Angels; words and music by Frederic 

W. Root. [2856 

Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago, 

111. C 170229, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Angels from the realms of glory; 

hymn-anthem for Christmas for 

soprano, alto and tenor soli, with 

chorus of mixed voices and organ, 

by Harry Rowe Shelley. (Octavo 

church music no. 5079). [2857 

G. Schirmer, New York, X. Y. 

C 16S976, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Angels (The) lullaby; with violin 

obligato, by Harriet M. Burlingame, 

in D fiat. [2858 

H M. Burlingame, Westminster, 

Cal. C 158992, Aug. 2, 1907; 2 c. 

Dec. 27, 1907. 



Angel's serenade; by G. Braga, arr. 
[for cornet and piano] by W. Paris- 
Chambers. 4to. [2859- 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 16S280, Nov. 30, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

[for flute and piano] by 

Moritz Werner. 4to. [2860- 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169350, Dec. 11, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

[for violin and piano] by 

Albert E. Wier. 4to. [2861 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 169324, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Angel's (The) song; [words by] 

Palmer Hartsough [music by] J. H. 

Fillmore. [2862 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. C 170992, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Angry words ; concert paraphrase 

[by] J. B. Grass, pf. [2863 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171317, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Annie Laurie ; words and music by 
Lady John Scott, arr. by H. L. 
Heartz, part-song for men's voices. 
(Quartettes and choruses no. 127). 
Svo. [2864 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 169411, Dec. 12, 1907. 

A nnie Laurie march ; for piano or 

organ by M. W. Butler. [2865 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 

Sedalia, Mo. C 169662, Dec. 16, 

1907. 

Anton (Fr. Max) Romanze ; fur vio- 

line and klavier. [2866 

Otto Junne, Leipzig, Germany. G 

170002, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 21, 

1907. 

| Any little girl ; words by Evans, 

music by Milton J. Lusk. [2867 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 171841, Jan. 11, 1908 ; 

2 c. Jan. 16, 1908. 

Any old port in a storm; words by 

Arthur J. Lamb, music by Kerry 

Mills. [2S68 

F. A. Mills, New York, N. Y. C 

172078, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Apparition de la fee; petite suite 

pour piano par I. Philipp. (Feerie 

no. 2.) [2860 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 

170876, Dec. 30, 1907. 



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April showers: fantasie caprice [by] 
Florence E. R. Tanl. pf. [2870 
Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171325, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Aren't you the girl I met at 
Shebbys? words by Felix Feist, 
music by Joel P. Corin. [2871 

Leo Feist. New York, N. Y. C 
164364, Oct. 12, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1908. 

Arise, shine, for thy light is come; 
Christmas anthem for three-part 
chorus of women's voices with piano 
ace. by George J. Elver, arr. by Max 
Spicker. (G. Schirmer's coll. . . . 
no. 5029.) Svo. [2872 

G. ScMrmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169910, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Around the town ; [from] The Ma- 
zuma man. words and music by 
Wm. McKenna. [2873 

Jerome H. Rernick & co., New 
York. N. Y. C 170563, Dec. 27, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 31, 1907. 

Art dreams never told ; words and 
music by Eugene Hausler. [2874 

E. Hausler, Chicago, 111. C 156541, 
July S, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Art (The) of vocalization; a series 
of graded vocal studies, selected and 
edited by Eduardo Marzo. Bass, 
book 1, 40 vocalises. Svo. [2875 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
A 193917, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Artist dreams ; valse artistique [by] 
Bert Levy. pf. [2876 

Theo. Bendix music pub. co., New- 
York, N. Y. C 171482, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Artists' companion ; for cornet and 
piano, no. 2. [2877 

Jean White, Boston, Mass. In re- 
newal for 14 vears from Dec. 19, 
1907. C 194534, Dec. 18, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 27, 1907. 

AS I WALKED OUT ONE MAY MORNING; 

[songl edited by Cecil J. Sharp. 

[2878 
Novello & co., ltd., London. Eng- 
land. C 169246, Dec. 11, 1907. 

AS PANTS THE WEARIED HART ; WOrdS 

anonymous versification of Psalm 
XLII. music bv Arthur F. Fuller. 

[2879 
A. F. Fuller. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
C 161112, Sept. 3, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 
1907. 

AS THE MOONLIGHT CAME SHINING 

thro' the trees : composed by V. 
M. Hannigan. song. [2880 

V. M. Hannigan, Philadelphia. 
Pa. C 170736, Dec. 28, 1907. 



AS YOU WALK DOWN THE S'lKAND : 

written by John P. Harrington, com- 
posed by J as. W. Tate. [2881 
Francis, Dav ,V- Hunter, London, 
England. C 171086, Dec. 31, 1907. 

As.amo: opera de Camille Saint- 
Siiens. Trios sur les operas due 
repertoire moderne . . . par Leon 
Roques, edition A, pour piano, violin 
et violoncelle, avec contrebasse et 
clarinet ad lib. [2882 

A Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 170077, Dec. 12, 1907. 

I AT DEAR OLD ISLAND PARK J WOl'dS by 

Harry Walters, music by Raymond 

Ray. [2883 

H. Walters. Easton, Pa. C 157- 

673, July 19, 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1908. 

| At early morn ; reverie for piano by 
Adam Geibel. [28S4 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 169134, Dec. 10, 1907. 

i At Michael's gate; song, words by 

Henrv Kingsley, music by David H. 

Kemp. no. 2 in A flat. [2885 

J. B. Cramer & co. ltd., London, 

England. C 170904, Dec. 30, 1907. 

J At morn; for cello and piano, by W. 
H. Squire. (Petits morceaux no. 2). 

[2886 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170984, Dec. 30, 1907. 

! At the carnival; morceau caracteris- 
tique [by] Sidney Smith, pf. [2887 
L. D. Lasselle. Boston, Mass. C 
170601, Dec. 27, 1907. 

I At the chicken coop; cake walk for 
piano or organ by M. W. Butler. 

[2S8S 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., Se- 

dalia, Mo. C 169652, Dec. 16, 1907. 

1 At the golden landing ; [words by] 
Edgar Page [music by] Jno. R. 
Sweney. [2889 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa. In 
renewal for 14 years from Jan. 2, 
190S. C 169445. Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1907. 

At the tryst ; words and music by 
Helene. [2890 

Stark music printing & pub. co., 
New York, N. Y. C 171191. Dec. 23, 
1907. 
At twilight: for cello and piano by 
W. H. Squire. (Petits morceaux no. 
1). [2S91 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170971, Dec. 30, 1907. 



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Atalanta; galop, by L. K. Vannah. 
pf. [2892 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 169559, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Au eois de l'amoue ; poeine de Gabriel 
Vicaire, musique de E. Jacques-Dal- 
croze. (Idylles et chansons no. 3). 

[2893 
Heugel & Cie., Paris, France. C 
170881, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Au Moulin. In der miihle; by Gillet. 
Metrostvle 75341. [Pianola arr.] 

[2894 
Aeolian co.. New York, N. Y. C 
168636, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Auber (Daniel - Francois - Esprit) 

Fra Diavolo : selection for 2nd violin 

by Gustav Saenger. [2895 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170518, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Aujoued 'hui, autrefois ; by Wachs. 
Metrostyle 75371. [Pianola arr.] 

[2S96 
Aeolian co.. New York, N. Y. C 
168642, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Aurelia ; march-two step, by J. B. i 
Yishneau. pf. [2897 

TV. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 170311, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Austin (Edith) Pianoforte pieces, 
no. 1, Yalse lente ; no. 2, Mazurka ; I 
no. 3, Tarantelle. [2898-2900 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, I 
Mass. C 171344-171346, Jan. 2, 1908. 
Austin (Ernest) Music-poem; for ! 
pianoforte, opus 31. [2901 

Ch. Avison, ltd., London, England. ! 
C 169588, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. Dec. | 
14, 1907. 
Auto (The) race; selection [by] Man- 
uel Klein, arr. by W. C. O'Hare. 4to. ' 
orch. [2902 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, ! 
N. Y. C 171043, Dec. 30, 1907. 
Automobile galop; by J. Burgmen. 
112170, pianoforte a 2 mani ; 112171, 
pianoforte a 4 mani. [2903, 2904 

C. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
171282, 171283, Jan. 2, 1908. 
Autumn (An) fete; rustic dance for 
piano, by Adam Geibel. [2905 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171557, Jan. 4, 1908. 
Autumn leaves: petite valse [by] 
Victor Hale. pf. [2906 

Lagatree music pub. co., Detroit, 
Mich. C 171390, Jan. 2, 1908. 



Autumn (The) leaves are falling; 
words and music by R. L. Apgar. 

[2907 
R. L. Apgar, Annandale, N. J. C 
171277, Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 16, 
1907. 

Autumn night (Soir d'automne) ; 
song with piano ace, English ver- 
sion by Rosa Newmarch, traduction 
frangaise de amedee Boutarel, 
[music by] Jean Sibelius, op. 38, 
no. 1, high voice. [2908 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 171788, Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

Autumn pastimes; scherzo for piano 
by Carl Wilhelm Kern, op. 63 no. 4. 

[2909 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170418, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Awake my soul ; hymn-anthem by W. 
W. Farmer [mixed voices & or- 
gan]. (Choir journal no. 215). 8vo. 

[2910 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169541, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Awake, my soul, to sound His praise ; 
anthem for festal or general use,' 
by Harry Hale Pike. (Octavo 
church music.) [2911 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170385, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Babies' cradle song; words by Ida 
Clouse Sayre, music by A. L. Clouse. 

[2912 
A. L. Clouse, Granville, Ohio. C 
170745 Dec. 28, 1907. 

Baby Aroon ; a lullaby, words by E. 
H. Willmott, music by Arthur Ches- 
ney. no. 1 in D. no. 2 in F. 

[2913-2914 
J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., London, 
England. C 170200, 170201, Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Baby (The) calls her ma; written 

by Ballard Macdonald, composed by 

Orlando Powell. [2915 

Monte Carlo pub. co., London, 

England. C 171804, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Give the 
hungry man thy bread (Brich dem 
hungrigen dein brod) ; cantata for 
soli, chorus and orchestra. Octavo 
ed. edited by John E. West, Eng. 
version by Paul England. [Vocal 
score]. [2916 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171090, Dec. 31, 1907. 



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Bach (Johanh Sebastian) — Cont'd. 

Gratulatlons cantate; air pour 

contralto avec clavecin on piano, 
paroles franchises de Mine Henriette 
Fnchs, harmonisation de Joseph 
Jeniain BUT basse non chiffree, re- 
vision par Charles Bonret. [2017 
E. Demets, Paris, France. C 
169809, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Watch ye. pray ye; contata for 

soli, chorus and orchestra. Octavo ed. 
edited by E. H. Thome, Bug, version 
by Claude Aveling. [Vocal score]. 

[2918 
Novel lo & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171091, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) & Gounod 
(Charles - Francois) Ave Maria, 
adapted from 1st prelude; arr. [for 
cornet and piano] by W. Paris 
Chambers. 4to. [2919 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York. X. Y. C 168293, Nov. 30, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. IS, 1907. 

Back to Yankee Doodle Dandy; 
composed bv Julia G. Hunter, song. 

[2920 
J. G. Hunter, Beaumont, Tex. C 
170817, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Baker's (A) dozen for city chil- 
dren : words by Lileon Claxton, 
music by Isabel Valentine. New 
York. Kindergarten magazine co. 
obi. 12mo. [2921 

Isabel Valentine and Lileon Clax- 
ton, New York. N. Y. C 169632, 



Dec. 16, 190: 



c. Dec. 31, 1907. 



Baldwin (Samuel A.) Benedicite, 
omnia opera ; set to music in the 
key of F [for mixed voices & or- 
gan]. Svo. [2922 
H. W. Gray co., New York. N. Y. 
C 169911, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Ballad (The) of Kingslea mere; 
song with piano ace. by Cyril Brad- 
ley Eootham [words by] Thomas 
Love Peacock. [2923 

Ch. Avison, ltd., London, England. 
C 169589, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
14, 3907. 

Balmy Bill ; two step [by] Durham 
Carlisle, pf. [2924 

Chas. Sheard & co., London, Eng- 
land. C 171308, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Band (The) box girl; march, by 
Harry Fragson, arr. by Howard 
Williams. Svo. orch. [2925 

Chappell & co., ltd., London. Eng- 
land. C 170371, Dec. 24, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 26, 1907. 



Banks of the mighty Missouri; by 
Nicholas, son- [2926 

M. Nicholas, Rockwood, Pa. 
17175S, Jan. 9, 1908. 

DOCK (Granville) Serenade 
(St&ndchen) ; for baritone or alto 
with piano arc., words by Helen 
Bantock, Deutsche ubersetzung von 
F. H. Schneider. (Six Jester songs 
no. 5.) [21)27 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 171129, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Barbour (Florence Newell) Sere- 
nade : for violin and piano. [292S 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
169927, Dec. 19, 1G07. 

Barn (The) dance; three step, by 
Alfred Fieldhouse. pf. [2929 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 
170058. Dec. 20, 1907. 

Barnens lof; [song by] J. A. Hult- 

man. [2930 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170328, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Barnens lycka; [words by] [mu- 
sic by] J. A. Hultman. [2931 
J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170318, Dec. 23, 1907. 
Barnens van; [song by] J. A. Hult- 
man. [2932 
J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170356, Dec. 23, 1907. 
Barnets fraga: vaxelsang [words 
by] J. B. [music by] J. A. Hultman. 

[2933 
J. A. Hultman, Worcester. Mass. 
C 170336, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Barrel or boy? solo or duet and 
chorus [words and music by] F. E. 
Belden. [2934 

H. C. Belden, Battle Creek, Mich. 
C 170845, Dec. 30, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1907. 
Barton (Gerard) A love song; 
words by Duncan J. Robertson. 

[2935 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 170033, Dec. 20, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1907. 

A spring song; words by W. E. 

Henley [2936 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 170032, Dec. 20, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1907. 

O salutaris Hostia ; sacred song. 

[2937 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 170035, Dec. 20, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1907. 



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Battle (The) is at hand, dearest 

mother; composed by Henry Gor- 

ner. song. [2938 

H. Gorner, New Bedford, Mass. 

C 170794, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Battle of the flowers ; caprice for 

piano by Carl Wilhelni Kern. op. 

63 no. 3. [2939 

Theo. Presser. Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170417, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Bax (Arnold E. Trevor) Magnificat; 
after a picture by Rosetti [in G, for 
voice and piano]. [2940 

Charles Avison, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169579, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 

Trio in one movement ; for piano- 
forte, violin and viola, op. 4. [2941 
Charles Avison, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169587, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 

Be good ; written by John P. Harring- 
ton, composed bv James W. Tate. 

[2942 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 171089, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Be loyal to the dear old flag ; by 

Clara Haverstock. song. [2943 

C. Haverstock, Holliday, 111. C 

159917, Aug. 17, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 26, 

1907. 

Be my sweetheart guide ; words by 
Estelle Clements Brown, music by 
Effie B. Henderson. [2944 

E. C. Brown and E. B. Henderson. 
Marengo, Iowa. C 171216, Dec. 31, 
1907. 

Be strong : [words by] Maltbie Dav- 
enport Babcock [music by] W. E. 
M. Hackleman. [2945 

W. E. M. Hackleman, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. C 170295, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Be Thou near; hymn-anthem, [words 
by] M. L. Duncan [music by] Ed- 
ward Broome. (Oliver Ditson co.'s 
octavo ed. no. 11734). [2946 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171506, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Beatitudes (The) ; for baritone solo, 
and double choir with [piano] ace. 
by Edward Maryon. (Breitkopf & 
Hartel's editions of vocal scores). 
Svo. [2947 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 171799, Dec. 31, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

Peautiful bells ; words and music 

by Godfrey Marks. (Choruses for 

equal voices no. 110S). Svo. [2948 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 

England. C 169008, Dec. 16, 1907. 



Beautiful (The) Nazarene ; [words 
and music by] James D. Barnitz. 

1 2949 
J. D. Barnitz. Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170069, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Beautiful pansies ; [for piano by] 
Mary Wood Adams. [2950 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 170463, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Beautiful valley of Pajaro ; words 
and music by Milton L. Lawrence. 

[2951 
M. L. Lawrence, San Jose, Cal. 
C 368199, Nov. 29, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 5, 
1907. 

Beautiful Zion built above; solo or 
soprano, and alto duet, words by 
George Gill, music by Fred. A. Fill- 
more. [2952 
Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171008, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Because of love ; song for soprano 

with piano ace, words and music 

by Joseph A. Michel. [2953 

J. A. Michel, Denver, Colo. C 

169957, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Because of you ; words by Bob White, 
music by Dexter Stocking. [2954 
A. R. White, Chicago, 111. C 
171619, Jan. 6, 190S; 2 c. Jan. 8, 
1908. 
Because Thy loving kindness ; duet 
for tenor and bass from Festival 
anthem no. 2, by H. E. Parkhurst. 

[2955 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. ; 

in renewal for 14 years from Jan. 12, 

1908. C 169875, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Beethoven (Ludwig von) Fidelio ; 

bearbeitet . . . von Moritz Vogel, 

op. 81. (Vier leichte klaviersuiten 

nach opernmotiven no. 2.) [2956 

P. Pabst, Leipzig, Germany. C 

169974, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 21, 

1907. 

— — grand selection arr. by Theo. 

M. Tobani, op. 479 for orchestra. 
4to. [2957 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170967, Dec. 30, 1907. 

■ selection for 2nd violin by 

Gustav Saenger. [2958 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170522, Dec. 26, 1907. 
Behold, the bridegroom cometh ; 
[words by] Jessie Brown Pounds 
[music by] W. E. M. Hackleman. 

[2959 
W. E. M. Hackleman, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. C 170299, Dec. 23, 1907. 



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131 



nos. (3 9, Feb., LOOS 



Believe me w all those endeabinq 
young charms; Irish [air] arr. [for 
comet and piano] by VY. Parle 
Chambers. 4to. [2960 

Hinds. Noble ,V: Eldredge, New 
York. N. Y. C 168282, Nov. 30, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

i (La) Jennesse; dance unique, 
dance by J. S. McOown, music by F. 
L. Valentine, pf. [2961 

J. 8. McCown, Oakland. Cal. C 
166067. Nov. 11, 1007. 

Belle (La) morte; poeme de Gabriel 
Vicaire. mnsique de E. Jaques-Dal- 
croze. (Idvlles et chansons, no. 4). 

[2962 
Heusrel & cie., Paris. France. C 
170880", Dec. 30. 1007. 
Belle nuit : barcarolle from Les Con- 
tes d'Hoffmann, by Jacques Offen- 
bach, transcribed by A. W. Lilien- 
thal for violin and piano. [2063 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
100137, Dec. 10, 1907. 
Bellini (Yincenzo) La Somnambule 
(Die nachtwandlerin) ; ouverture 
von Joh. von Zaytz no. 1, ausgabe fiir 
piano a 2 mains: no. 2, ausgabe fiir 
piano a 4 mains. [2064, 2065 

P>osworth & co.. Leipzig, Germany. 
C 171107, 17110S, Dec. 31, 1907 ; 2 c. 
each Dec. 30, 1907. 
Bills of Christmas: children's song, 
words by Eugene Field, music by 
Johann M. Blose. [2066 

J. M. Blose. Washington, Pa. C 
160415. Dec. 13, 1007. 
Bells of Corneville ; opera comique 
by Planquette, potpourri arr. for 
violin and piano bv Sep. Winner. 

[2067 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
In renewal for 14 rears from Feb. 
2. 1908. C 169878, Dec. 10, 1007. 
Bells (The) of home; trio, women's 
voices. English version by Freder- 
ick W. Bancroft [music by] J. B. 
Zerlett, op. 257. no. 3. (Octavo 
series . . . no. 392.) [2068 

Arthur P. Schmidt. Boston, Mass. 
C 171477. Jan. 3. 1908. 
Bells (The) of youth ; words by Fio- 
na Macleod, music bv Hubert Bath, 
no. 2 in F. [2969 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169731, Dec. 17, 1907. 
Belmina: waltzes, composed by H. T. 
Krompart. pf. [2970 

Krompart pub. co. Medina. N. Y. 
C 165200, Oct. 11, 1007 : 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1907. 



Bembebg i Henri) Chant de Noel; 
paroles do Marcel De Germiny. 
no. 1 baryton ou mezzo-soprano en 
Fa. [2971 

Louis Gregh, Paris, France. C 
171O90, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Beneath the old shade tree; com- 
posed bv Eugene A. Reynolds, song. 

[2072 
Globe music co., New York, N. Y. 
C 170559, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Benson (P.) Hemlands-klocken, 
audliga Sanger ; granskad och till- 
koktupplaga. nos. 1-731. 12mo. 

[2073 
P. Benson, Minneapolis, Minn. A 
105577, Dec. 31, 1007. 

no. 2. audliga Sanger, nos. 



426-730. 12mo. 

P. Benson, Minneapolis, Minn. A 
195576, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Bergh (Arthur) 4 compositions, pour 
piano, op. 10. no. 1, melodie pasto- 
rale: no. 2, Serenade d'amour ; no. 
3. Reverie douce: no. 4, Mazurka 
elegante. [2074-2077 

Arthur P. Sclrmidt. Boston, Mass. 
C 171517-171520, Jan. 3, 100S. 

Beste (Der) doktor is' der wein ; 
krautstofel-marsch, marschlied von 
Eduard Merkt, inusik von Ludwig 
Grnber. piano mit text. [297S 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 160005, Dec. 20, 1007 ; 2 c. Dec. 21, 
3907. 

Bethlehem ; words and music by En- 
rica Leonora Salandri. [2079 

E. B. Salandri, Worcester, Mass. 
C 100675, Dec. 16, J 007. 

Bethlehem land; Christmas carol by 

E. J. Fitzhugh, words by Charles 

W. Stubbs. Svo. [2080 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 

N. Y. C 170277, Dec. 23, 1007. 

Bbtty and tier ducks; [song for 2 
voices] edited by Cecil J. Sharp. 

[2081 
Novello & co., ltd.. London, Eng- 
land. C 160250, Dec. 11, 1007. 

Bible (The) : [words by] Fanny J. 
Crosbv [music by] Jno. R. Sweney. 

[20S2 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa. In 

renewal for 14 years from Jan. 2, 

1008. C 160450. Dec. 14, 1007; 2 

c. Dec. 20, 1907. 



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Bibliska exempel; [song by] J. A. 
Hultnian. [2983 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170348, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Big Chief Smoke; Uoof, uoof, uoof, 
[from] Lonesome town, by Kolb and 
Raynes, hotel orch. no. 112. 8vo. 

[2984 ' 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172148, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1908. 

Birch (The) tree; English words by 
Percy Pinkerton, music by P. E. j 
Lange-Miiller. [2985 

Frederick Harris co., London, Eng- j 
land. C 170658, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Bird (Arthur) Sketch (Skizze) ; for 
piano, op. 15 no. 1, edited by K. S. ! 
Chittenden. [2986 

J. H. Schroeder, New York, N. Y. 
C 169442, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Bird (Maria T.) Serenado; kanto 
esperantista por soprano aii tenoro, 
en A, poezio de M. C. Butler. [2987 ; 

M. T. Bird. Rockland, Me. C 
164240, Oct. 11, 1907. 

Bird (The) with a broken pinion; : 
[words by] Hezekiah Butter worth 
[music by] W. E. M. Hackleman. 

[2988 
W. E. M. Hackleman, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. C 170298, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Birds (The) fly south; [from] 
Peggy Machree, [words by] Patrick 
Bid well, arr. and harmonized by 
Michele Esposito. [2989 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171535, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Birds in the forest (Voglein im 
walde) ; idyl by Carl Heins, piano 
composition edited by L. E. Orth. 

[2990 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass., 
C 171717, Jan. 8, 1908. 

Bird's (The) love letter; I love you, 
words and music by Hugh A. Wet- 
more. [2991 
Wetmore & son, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 170616, Dec. 9, 1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1907. 

Birth (The) of the rainbow; song 
for high voice with piano ace, by 
R. Huntington Woodman, words 
from a pretty game, by Anna C. 
Pratt. [2992 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169746, Dec. 17, 1907. 



Bislo ; intermezzo two step [by] Fred 
Neddermeyer. pf. [2993 

F. L. Neddermeyer, Columbus, 
Ohio. C 166087, Nov. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 16, 1907. 

Bismarcksaulen ; inannerchor von 
Oscar Rudolph, op. 54. partitur und 
stimmen. 8vo. [2994 

A. E. Fischer, Bremen, Germany. 
C 169603, Dec. 16, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1907. 

Bixbt's home songs, no. 5; choice 
coll. of old and new secular songs, 
harmonized . . . for use in family 
and home. 12mo. [2995 

S. M. Bixby & co.. New York, 
N. Y. A 195377, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Bizet (Georges) Selection from Car- 
men ; [arr. by] Aubrey Stauffer, op. 
21 no. 4, for mandolin solo. [2996 
C, D. Smith, Chicago, 111. C 
171405, Jan. 2, 1908. 
Black (The) bird two step; com- 
posed by Albert Larson, pf. [2997 
A. Larson, Opdahl, Minn. C 
170771, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Blarney castle ; three-step, by Alfred 
Fieldhouse. pf. [2998 

W. A.- Evans, Boston, Mass. C 
170057, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Bless the Lord, O my soul; [song 
by] Carrie B. Adams. [2999 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
170941, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Blinkie-bye; words by Grace Vir- 
ginia Halsey, music by Frank How- 
ard. [3000 

G. V. Halsey, Newark, N. Y. C 
170769, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Blondinchen; volkslied vom Taunus, 
fur mannerchor von Karl Schauss. 
Svo. [3001 

Karl Schauss, Wiesbaden, Ger- 
many. C 170605, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Blossom dear; [by] H. H. Fariss. 
song. [3002 

H. H. Fariss, United States. C 
170710, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Blossoms ; words by Cora A. Matson 

Dolson, music by Charles Wakefield 

Cadman. [3003 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170219, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Blow balmy breeze ; vocal waltz duet 
or two-part chorus for women's 
voices, by H. E. Warner. (Octavo 
edition.) [3004 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170372, Dec. 24, 1907. 



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133 



nos.6-9, Feb., 1908 



Blow up the trumpet; festival an- 
them, or song of thanksgiving, with 
special trumpet part, composed hy 
Cuthbert II. Cronk. 8vo. [3005 

J. & W. Chester, Brighton, Eng- 
land. C 171180, Pec. 31, 1007. 

Bluebird's (The) message; words by 

Josephine B. AJeshire, music by 

Jessie M. Aleshire. [3006 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 

Sedalia. Mo. C 1G0660, Dec. 1G, 1907. 

Plumenschein (W, L.) Concert 
pieces for the piano : op. 123, Polo- 
naise brillante; D flat. op. 124, 
Noche de amor: D flat. [3007, 300S 
G. M. Sehlrmer, Boston. Mass. C 
17072S. 170729, Dec. 2S, 1907. 

Blushing roses waltz : duet for piano 

or organ, by M. C. Bales. [3009 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 

Sedalia, Mo. C 16965S, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Bob white mazurka; by C. Kinkel 
[for piano]. [3010 

TV. F. Shaw. New York, N. Y. C 
171210, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Bobolink schottische; by C. Kinkel 
[for piano]. [3011 

W. F. Shaw, New York, X. Y. O 
171242, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Bohema czardas; pour piano par 
Gustave Miehels. [3012 

A. Ronart, Paris, France. C 
171104, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Boheme (La) (The Bohemians) ; by 
Giacomo Puccini [selection] Mu- 
setta's waltz-song, As though the 
streets; 112133, pianoforte solo. 
112134, violin and piano. [3013, 3014 
G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
171280, 171281, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Bohemian (The) : written by Alec 
Fairfax, composed bv Gilbert Laye. 

[3015 
Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, 
England. C 170182, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Bohm (Carl) Melodische spenden ; 
walzer. Metrostyle 75323 [pianola 
arr.] [3016 

Aeolian co.. New York, X. Y. C 
168633. Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Spinnlied (Spinning song), op. 

327 no. 22. Metrostyle 75581 [pi- 
anola arr.] [3017 
Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
170621, Dec 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
190S. 



Bohne (R.) Quartett 2 in D, op. 60 
no. 2; fur 4 viollnen. (Edition 

Fischer no. 290.) [3018 

A. E. Fischer, Bremen, Germany. 
C 169090, Dec. 10, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

Bonjour chichinettes ; paroles de 
Armand Foucher, musique de Ch. 
Borel-Clerc. no. 1, chant et piano, 
111832. no. 2, piano seul, 112209. 
no. 3, Orchestra, 112210. [3019, 3021 
G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
171160-171162, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Bononcini (Giovanni Maria) Per la 
gloria d'adornrvi (For the glory of 
adoring) ; edited by Edgardo Levi. 
(Standard songs for students no. 
29.) [3022 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London, England. C 170203, 
Dec. 23, 1907. 

Borel-Clerc (Ch.) La sorella : arr. 
[for flute and piano] by Moritz 
Werner. [3023 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169363, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



■ [for violin and piano] by 

Albert E. Wier. 4to. [3024 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169335, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

' Bowl (A) of roses; song bv Frances 
Wyman. [3025 

Frances Wyman, New York, N. Y. 
C 170263, Dec. 23, 1907. 

! Boy o' dreams ; song with pianoforte 
ace, words by Helen Hay Whitney, 
music by Louis Schmidt. 1. In F. 
2. In D flat. [3026, 3027 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston^ 
Mass. C 171340-171341, Jan. 2, 
1908. 

Boys (The) in blue; march milita ire. 
composed by Carl Raymond, pf. 

[3028 
Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 169621, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

Boy's prohibition club rallying 
song ; [words and music] by Elfleda 
Benjamin. [3029 

Elfleda Benjamin, Chicago, 111. 
C 171497, Jan. 3, 190S ; 2 c. Dec. 20, 
1907. 



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pt. in, 11. s., v. 3 



Braending (Breakers) ; en eyklus 
Kaerligheds-sange (love songs), af 
H. E. Giersing, mnsik af Th. Ot- 
terstrom. English version by L. D. 
Winslow. Kobenhavn, Peeler Friis. 

[3030 
Th. Otterstroni, Chicago, 111. C 
168560, Dec. 4, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 5, 
1907. 

Brahms (Johannes) Andante from 
Sonata in F minor, op. 5 no. 2; re- 
vision, phrasing and fingering by 
Hans T. Seifert, for piano. [3031 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170478, Dec. 26, 1907. 

-Ballade; after the Scotch ballad 

Edward, in Herder's Stimmen der 
Yolker ; piano, op. 10 no. 1, revision, 
phrasing and fingering by Hans T. 
Seifert. [3032 

Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. 
C 170977, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Brass' (The) band (Militarmusik) ; 
words by Charles Keeler, German 
version by J. G. [music by] Arthur 
Fickenscher. •low in E flat. [3033 
Arthur Fickenscher, Oakland, 
Cal. C 170856, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Break forth into joy; mixed voices 

[music by] John A. West. (Sacred 

octavo series no. 813.) [3034 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 

C 171509, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Breuer (A. H. F.) and Aubke (H 
F.) Huldigungen vor dem gnaden- 
thron; (songs of praise and adora- 
tion) ; eine sammlung . . . fur 
gemischten chor, heft 3. obi. 12mo. 

[3035 
H. F. Aubke and A. H. F. Breuer, 
Allegheny, Pa. C 170950, Dec. 30, 
1907. 

Bride (The) of God; composed by a 
Sister of St. Dominic, transcription 
by Edgar Krones. pf. [3036 

E. Rueffer, New York, N. Y. C 
171348, Jan. 2, 1908; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1908; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1908. 

Bright eyed daisies ; waltz, com- 
posed by E. C. Tolson. pf. [3037 
E. C. Tolson, Voliet, Mont. C 
170770, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Bright lights wanted; [words by] 

K. B. Brown [music by] Howard 

E. Smith. [3038 

Hildebrand-Burnett co., Roanoke, 

Ya. C 171020, Dec. 30, 1907. 



Brissac (Comtesse Christian de) 
Noel ; nach paroles inedites du R. P. 
Delaporte, a deux voix egales, 
orgue ou piano [ace.]. [3039 

Comtesse Christian de Brissac, 
Paris, France. C 170857, Dec. 30, 
1907. 

O salutaris ; a deux voix egales,. 

orgue ou piano ace. [3040 

Comtesse Christian de Brissac, 

Paris, France. C 170861, Dec. 30, 

1907. 
Salve Regina. No. 1, a voix 

egales, piano ace, orgue ou harmo. 

ad lib. no. 2, a une voix avec ace. 

gregorian, orgue ou harmo. ace. 

piano ad lib. no. 3, a deux voix 

egales, orgue ou harmo. ace. piano 

ad lib. [3041-3043 

Comtesse Christian de Brissac, 

Paris, France. C 170858-170860, 

Dec. 30, 1907. 

Beoken (The) heart (Zlamane 

seree) ; reverie [by] Yalentine J. 

Bonk. pf. [3044 

Columbia pub. co., Brooklyn, 

N. Y. C 170127, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Broken (A) vow; composed by Paul 

Peterson, song. [3045 

Oscar Peterson, Chetek, Wis. C 
170746, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Brother Noah; two step intro. Bro. 
Noah gave out checks for rain, arr. 
by J. Messina for two mandolins 
and guitar. [3046 

Jos. Morris co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 169516, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Brownie; two-step, composed by Bes- 
sie Ranson Morgan, pf. [3047 
W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 170042 Dec. 20, 1907. 

Bruck (J.) Concert-etude no. 2: for 
piano, op. 40. [3048 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig. Ger- 
many. C 169595, Dec. 16, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 

Brunette (La) ; valse de concert, 
by Edmund Severn, piano. [3049 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170491, Dec. 26, 1907. 

[3050 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170698, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Brunette or blonde (Braun Oder 
blond) : waltz by Emil Waldteufel, 
op. 162, arr. by Alfred Roth for or- 
chestra. 8vo. [3051 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170957, Dec. 30, 1907. 



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nos. 6-9, Fob., 1908 



Bryan (The) sonc : words by Otis 
Colburn, music by Harry L, Alford. 

[3052 

Thompson music co., Chicago, 111. 
C 171310, Jan. 2, 190S. 
Bucking bronco: march and two step, 
by Max Miller, pf. [3053 

M. Miller. Fort Wayne, Ind. C 
171451, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1908. 

Buds and blossoms; idvlle, by Joseph 

Hoff. pf. [3054 

Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. C 169549, Dec. 6, 

1907. 

Bull (The) frog's dance; by R. M. 
Stults. ait. by J. Messina for two 
mandolins and guitar. [3055 i 

Jos. Morris co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 169510, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Bunch of heather ; Scotch march and 
two step, by F. A. Wilbur, pf. [3056 
Helf & Hager co., New York, N. 
Y. C 171646, Jan. 7, 1908. 

Bunch (A) of keys; schottische by S. I 

Knopf, arr. by J. Messina for two , 

mandolins and guitar. [3057 ' 

Jos. Morris co., Philadelphia, Pa. | 

C 169515, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Bunch (A) of roses; Spanish march 
by R. Chapi for military band. 

[3058 | 
Hawkes & son, London, England, j 
C 17.1093, Dec. 31, 1907. 

But once more (Noch einmal) ; fur j 
eine signstimme mit klavierbeglei- 
tung, von Eugen Haile, op. 12 no. 4, j 
fur mittlere stimme. (Lieder und ! 
gesange). [3059 j 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, | 
N. Y. C 170257, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Butterfly (The) and the rose; 
[song from] Funabashi ; music by j 
Safford Waters. [3060 I 

Helf & Hager co., New York, N. j 
Y. C 172059, Jan. 14, 1908. 

By-gone days waltz; composed by 
Mrs. Gertie I. Vaught, for piano or 
organ. [3061 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 
Sedalia, Mo. C 169649, Dec. 16. 
1907. 

By still waters ; [by] J. Horspol, 
arr. by Roy J. Werner, song. [3062 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
170943, Dec. 30, 1907. 



By the brook ; I for organ by] E. L. 
Ashford. obi. 8vo. [3063 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
171611, Jan. 6, 1908. 

By the canal; for the piano by Wm. 
Caven Barron. (Three Dutch com- 
positions no. 3). [3064 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171246, Jan. 2, 190S. 

By the lake (Pres du lac) ; [by] 
Rubert Henry Whitcomb. pf. 

[3065 
C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 171347, Jan. 2, 1908. 

By the lakeside ; trio, women's voices 
[music by] Max Stange, arr. by 
Charles S. Elliot. (Octavo series 
. . . no. 362). [3066 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 171512, Jan. 3, 190S. 

By the Mississippi ; Ethiopian selec- 
tion by W. W. Knowles for military 
band. (Boosey & co.'s new supple- 
mental journal . . . no. 45). [3067 
Boosey & co., London, England. C 
170204, Dec. 23, 1907. 

By the rivers of Babylon ; Psalm 
cxxxvii, for four-part chorus of 
women's voices w T ith ace. of organ, 
harp, two flutes and violoncello obbl. 
by Ch. M. Loeflier, op. 3. no. 1, 
score; no. 2, parts. [3068, 3069 

tJ. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169643, 169644, Dec. 16, 1907. 



with ace. of piano, by Ch. M. 

Loeffler. op. 3. vocal score. [3070 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169642, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Bye bye my Caroline ; [words by] 
Dave Reed, jr. [music] arr. by 
Harold N. Clare. 8vo. male v. 

[3071 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 169921, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Cactus (The) and the rose, a west- 
ern idyl, by A. J. Stastny and M. 
' T. Bohannon. pf. [3072 

A. J. Stastny music co., Cleveland, 
Ohio. C 169546, Dec. 12, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 30, 1907. 

California ; [by] H. Burlingame, arr. 
bv Will F. Kretschmer. 8vo. band. 

[3073 
H. Burlingame, Westminster, Cal. 
C 158995, Aug. 2, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 
1907. 



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California (The) king; march-two 

step [by] Win. DeLegro. 8vo. 

orck. [3074 

W. DeLegro & son, San Diego, 

Cal. C 171210, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Calling; [words by] Fred P. Morris, 
[music by] Robert Harkness. 

[3075 
Chas. M. Alexander, Chicago, 111. 
C 171951, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Calm (The) of night; by Andrew J. 

Boex. Pipe organ music, with pedal 

obligate. [3076 

John Church co., Cincinnati. Ohio. 

C 171581, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Calm on the listening ear of night; 
[mixed voices and organ] violin ad 
lib., by E. J. Fitzhugh. (Sacred 
music no. 198.) 8vo. [3077 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170276, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Campbells (The) are comin' ; bag- 
pipe imitation arr. by J. B. Herbert. 

[3078 
J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 111. C 
171039, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Canada for Christ; words by Grant 
Balfour, music by Fay G. Stanbury. 

[3079 
J. M. Grant. Toronto, Canada. 
C 170603, Dec. 13. 1907. 

Captain D'Arcy of the guards : 
[from] The Lancers, words and mu- 
sic by George Spink. [3080 
Jerome H. Remick & co.. New 
York, N. Y. C 171840, Jan. 11, 1908 ; 
2 c. Jan. 16, 1908. 

Caressing zephyrs ; valse for piano by 
Louis A. Drumheller. op. 67. 

[3081 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia. Pa. 
C 170415, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Carleton society song; Coe College. 

Words by Mary Beck, music by P. 

A. Hromatko. [3082 

Carleton society. Cedar Rapids, 

Iowa. C 171598, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Carmen; by George Bizet, selection 
arr. by J. Messina for two mando- 
lins and guitar. [3083 
Jos. Morris co., Philadelphia. Pa. 
C 169513, Dec. 14, 1907. 



for violin, cornet and piano 

Svo. [3084 

Jos. Morris co., Philadelphia. Pa. 
C 169522, Dec. 14, 1907. 



Carnival de Venice; [by] Claude Mel- 
notte. [piano duet.] [3085 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171332, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Carrots ; words by Alfred Wood, mu- 
sic by George Ess. [3086 
Price & Reynolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 171593, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Carry me off in a big balloon ; words 

bv Arthur Lamb, music by Herbert 

Spencer. [3087 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 170131, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Cart wright (J. M.) Five short en- 
cores: men's voices. Humorous 
male quartettes, no. 49.) Svo. 

[3088 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171835, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Cast thy burden on the Lord ; [words 
bv] W. J. K. [music by] Wm. J. 
Kirkpatrick. [3089 

Win. J. Kirkpatrick, Philadelphia. 
Pa., in renewal for 14 years from 
Jan. 2, 1908. C 171778, Dec. 31, 
1907. 

Castle-guards (The) march; [by] 
Leo Oehmler, op. 105, for violin and 
piano. (Four little solos for four 
little fingers no. 4, for the G string.) 

[3090 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171507, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Castle I have in dreams; [from] Mr. 
Pipp from Pippsburg, lyrics by Har- 
old Atteridge, music by Wm. Fred- 
erick Peters. [3091 
Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 171382, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Castle (The) of broken hearts; 

words and melody by Herbert Buf- 

fum. [3092 

H. Buffurn, Topeka, Kans. C 

170157, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Cavalleria rusticana; intermezzo by 
P. Mascagni, arr. [for flute and 
piano] by Moritz Werner. 4to. 

[3093 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169352, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

arr. [for violin and pianol 

by Albert E. Wier. 4to. [3094 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169337, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 



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110s. 6-0, Feb., 1908 



sacred roinanza 

1, 8vo. band. 2, 

[3096, 3097 

co., Cincinnati, 

17101S, Dec. 30, 

Valse-caprice, op. 



Cecilian waltz; by Constantine Koll- 
ros. pf. [3095 

C. Kollros, Louisville, Ky. C 
171726, Dec. 30, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 
190S. 
Celestial crown ; 
[by] Edw. Hazel. 
8to. orch. 

Fillmore bros. 
Ohio. C 171017, 
1907. 
Cesek (Hans A.) 

14 : for piano, revision, phrasing and 
fingering by Hans T. Seifert. [309S 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170490, Dec. 26, 1907. 
Chaminade (Cecile) Promenade, op. 
OS no. 1; Metrostyle 75583. [Pian- 
ola a it.] [3000 
Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
170622, Dec. 28, 1007; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1908. 
Scherzetto, op. 98 no. 2. Metro- 
style 75331. [Pianola arr.] [3100 
Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
168634, Dec. 5, 1007; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1007. 
Chans arel (Rene) Poeme (Le) du 
reve ; poesies de Paul Gravollet. no. 
1, Bouquet de reve; no. 2, Je l'aime; 
no. 3, Berceuse frele; no. 4, Sur la 
mer; no. 5, Chanson. 4to. 

[3101-3105 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 

Paris, France. C 170644-170648, 

Dec. 2S, 1007. 

Chanson Bohemienne ; intermezzo 

valse par J. B. Boldi, piano seul. 

[3106 
L. Digonde-Diodet, Paris, France. 
C 160817, Dec. 18, 1007. 
Chanson de bord; poeme d'anatole le 
Braz [musique de] J. Guy Ropartz. 
Chant et piano. (Quartre melodies 
no. 3.) [3107 

A. Dupont-Metzler, Nancv, France. 
C 171126, Dec. 31, 1007 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1007. 
Chanson (La) des regrets; poeme 
de Gabriel Vicaire, musique de E. 
Jaques-Dalcroze. (Idylles et Chan- 
sons no. 2.) [310S 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
170882, Dec. 30, 1007; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1007. 
Chanson joyeuse de Noel (A joyful 
Christmas song) ; by F. A. Gevaert 
for mixed voices. English version by 
M. L. Baum. (G. Schrimer's octavo 
music . . . no. 5075.) [3100 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 
C 160737, Dec. 17, 1007. 

28929—08 2 



Charity: transcription for pianoforte 
by Eben H. Bailey, op. 73. [3110 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos : 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Jan. 12, 1008. C 171500, Jan. 
6, 1008. 

Charme d'amour (Love's spell) ; valse 
lento, by Edwin F. Kendall, pf. 

[3111 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 1632S4, Oct. 1, 1007; 2 c. 
Nov. 20, 1007. 

Chasing the butterfly (Schmetter- 
lings-jagd) ; for the pianoforte by 
Arnoldo Sartorio. op. 730 no. 2. 

[3112 
Augener limited, London, England. 
C 169829, Dec. IS, 1007. * 

Che dici, o parola del saggio ; poesia 
di Gabriele d'Annunzio, musica di 
F. Paolo Tosti. Soprano o mezzo- 
sopr. o tenore, 112140. (Quattro 
canzoni di amaranta no. 4.) [3113 
G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
171175, Dec. 31, 1007. 

Che gioja (What rapture) ; Italian 
song by Tito Mattei [words] trans- 
lated and adapted by Theo. T. Bar- 
ker, high in B flat. [3114 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston. Mass. 
In renewal for 14 vears from Jan. 
12, 1907. C 160S76, Dec. 10, 1007. 

Cherry' (The) in the glass; [from] 

The Girl behind the counter, by Paul 

Lincke. Svo. orch. [3115 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 

N. Y. C 160840, Dec. IS, 1007. 

Chieftain (The) ; march and two 
step [by] Geo. L. Lansing, for man- 
dolin orchestra. [3116 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171834, Jan. 10, 1008. 

Childe Harold ; romanze, gedicht von 
Heinrich Heine, fur vierstimmigen 
mannerchor, von W. M. Loschky, op. 
S3. Svo. [3117 

Johann Andre. Offenbach a. Main, 
Germany. C 160118, Dec. 10, 1007. 

Children's day*; [words and music 

by] Frances A. Dailey. [3118 

F. A. Dailey, Englewood, N. J. C 

160728, Dec. 27, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 

1908. 

Chime melody ; piano piece by Marion 
Jones. [3110 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 169303, Dec. 11, 1007. 



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Ching-a-Ling ; an African-Chinese od- 
dity, words by Edward Madden, 

, music by Theodore Morse. [3120 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 170180, Dec. 19, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 14, 1907. 

Choir (The) rehearsal; descriptive 
[by] Will D. Moyer. Mand. [3121 
C, D. Smith, Chicago, 111. C 
171408, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Chopin (Francois-Frederic) Ber- 
ceuse; transcribed for violin and 
piano [by Thaddeus Rich]. [3122 
Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170247, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Chants polonais ; transcrits pour 

le piano par Franz Liszt, nouvelle 
edition revue par Eugen d'Albert. 

[3123 

Schlesinger'sche buch- & niusik- 

handlimg (Rob. Lienau) Berlin, 

Germany. C 169093, Dec. 10, 1907: 

2 c. Dec. 9, 1907. 

Etude, op. 10 no. 10, A fiat. 

Metrostyle 75333. [Pianola arr.] 

[3124 
Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
168635, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

First love (Erste Hebe) ; edited 

by Charles Kunkel [for piano]. 

[3125 
Kunkel bros., St. Louis, Mo. C 
171323, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Polonaise, op. 26 no. 1. Metro- 
style, 75591. [Pianola arr.] [3126 
Aeolian co.. New York. N. Y. C 
170623, Dec. 28, 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1908. 

■ Selected works for the piano ; ed- 
ited by Isidor Philipp. (Presser col- 
lection vol. 100). 4to. [3127 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170375, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Christ brings salvation; [words & 
music by] James D. Barnitz. [3128 
J. D. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170061, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Christ is born ; [words & music by] 
S. F. Carter. [3129 

S. F. Carter, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
170579, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Christian fellowship; [words & mu- 
sic by] James D. Barnitz. [3130 
J. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
1 70060, Dec. 20, 1907. 



Christian gleaners ; words by F. A. 
Mills, music by Geo. H. Carr. [3131 
John A. Davis, Binghamton, N. Y. 
C 169792, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Christian soldiers ; [words by] Lizzie 
De Armond [music by] W. A. Post. 

[3132 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169782, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Christmas bells; [words by] D. A. 
Russell [music bv] J. H. Fillmore. 

[3133 
Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 170993, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Christmas carol; music by Alfred 

Hollins, new ed. [3134 

Vincent music co., ltd., London, 

England. C 169966, Dec. 20, 1907; 

2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

Christmas eve (Am Weihnachtsa- 
bend) : [by] Carl Hems, op. 43, 
piano, edited by L. E. Orth. [3135 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 169306, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Christmas glory and story: [words 
by] James Rowe [music bv] Thos. 
Benton. [3136 

Emmet S. Dean, Waco, Tex. C 
168476, Dec. 2, 1907: 2 c. Jan. S, 
190S. 

Christmas hymn : [words by] Jas. 
Montgomery [music by] Jean How- 
ard. [3137 
Chas. H. Marsh, Winona Lake, 
Ind, C 169914, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Christmas morn ; words selected 

from Holy Scriptures [music bv] 

A. M. Tischer. [313S 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 

N. Y. C 170240, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Christmas (A) pastoral; [words by] 
Edmund H. Sears [music by] Wil- 
liam H. Pontius. [3139 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170387, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Christmas (The) time is here; 
[words by] Palmer Hartsough [mu- 
sic by] J. H. Fillmore. [3140 
Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 170988, Dec. 30, 1907. 
Cinderella — marche; par Guido Pa- 
pini. no. 1, pour violon et piano; 
no. 2 pour 4 violons et piano. (Edi- 
tions Chanot nos. 1120, 1121.) 

[3141, 3142 
F. W. Chanot & sons, London, 
England. C 169832, 169S33, Dec. 18, 
1907. 



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BOS.G 0, Feb., 1908 



ClNQUANTAlNE <L.v): [air a l*an- 
tiquel by Gabriel-Marie, arr. [for 
pornet and piano] by W. Paris 
Chambers. 4to. [3143 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, X. Y. C 16S2SS, Nov. 30, 
1907: 2 c. Dec. IS, 11)07. 

[for finte and piano] by 

Merit z Werner. 4to. [3144 

Hinds. Noble & Eldredge, New 
York. X. Y. C 169351, Dec. 11, 
MOT : 2 c. Dee. IS. 1907. 

[for violin and piano] by Al- 
bert E. Wier and Louis Tocaben. 
4tO. [3145 
Hinds. Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169344. Dec. 11. 
1907 : 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Circuit (The) ; march and two step. 

by Harry J. Lincoln, pf. [3146 

Yandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 

liamsport. Pa. C 171945, Jan. 13, 

1908. 

Cibctjs day : melody pictures in the 

first grade for four hands [piano], 

by Bryn Hume. 4to. [3147 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

C 171263, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Civic betterment rally song: duet, 
words by Charles Minor Blackford, 
music and chorus bv TV. E. Burnett. 
8vo. [3148 

Hildebrand-Burnett co., Roanoke, 
Va. C 172321, Jan. 16. 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1908. 

Clair de ltjne ; by Edward MacDowell, 
op. 37. Transcription no. 2, for 
violin and piano by Arthur Hart- 
ma mi. [3149 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 171474. Jan. 3, 1908. 
Clemastine : serenade [by] Bert S. 
Elliott, song. [3150 
B. S. Elliott. Washington, D. C. 
C 172028, Jan. 13, 1908. 
Clickety-click : march by Fred T. 
Baker for the piano. [3151 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass., 
in renewal for 14 years from Jan. 
26, 19s is. r 169877, Dec. 19, 1907. 
Cliftoxia.v polka: by Ernest S. Wil- 
liams, cornet & pL [3152 
E. S. Williams, Boston, Mass. C 
170922. Dec. 30, 1907. 
Clock (The) duet: words by Law- 
rence Hanray. music by J. Clifton 
Solomon. [3153 
Phillips & Pasre. London. England. 
C 169794, Dec. 18, 1907. 



Cloud faces; lyric by Wm. J. Wilson, 
music by J. S. Zamecnik. [3154 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 170135, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Clover; two-part song for women's 
voices with piano ace. [words by] 
Margaret E. Lacey [music by] Ed- 
na rdo Marzo, op. 107 no. 2. (Octavo 
edition no. 11596). [3155 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 169224, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Clover blossom ; bv Nina Blundon 

Wills, song. [3156 

N. B. Wills, Ann Arbor, Mich. C 

159363, Aug. 12, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 2, 

190S. 

Clover blossom waltz ; bv Ira Caulk. 

pf. [3157 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 

Sedalia, Mo. *C 169655, Dec. 16, 

1907. 

Co-boss : [from] Peggy Machree, 
[words by] Patrick Bidwell, arr. 
and harmonized bv Michele Esposito. 

[315S 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171533, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Cocoeola polka : by Hertel-de Ville 
for band with zvlophone solo. 8vo. 

[3159 
Carl Fischer. New York. N. Y. C 
170961, Dec. 30, 1907. 

— Orchestra with zylophone solo, 
piano ace. [3160 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170964, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Coeur blesse ; po#sie de Arthur Ber- 

nede, musique de Cesar Cui. (3 

melodies no. 2) [3161 

L. Grus & cie„ Paris, France. C 

170195, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Coeur (Le) des jetjnes filles : 
poenie Magyar de Petoefi Saudor, 
traduction de H. Desbordes-Yalmore, 
musique de Edouard Tremisot. 
(Poemes Magyars no. 2) [3162 

L. Grns & cie.. Paris. France. C 
168943, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Cole (Rossiter G.) Ballade, op. 25; 
arr. for violoncello and piano. 

[3163 
G. Schirmer. New York. N. Y. C 
169756. Dec. 17. 1907. 

Cole (Samuel W.) e4. Exercises in 
sight singing ; Solfeggio by Cheru- 
bini, Catel. Mehue, Gossec, Saugle. 
Svo. [3164 

G. M. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. C 
170731, Dec. 28, 1907. 



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Colin ; [words by] Marie Van Vorst, 
[music by] Frederick E. Chapman. 

[3165 
C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 171339, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Collars and cuffs; rag two step, by 

Clarence H. St. John. pf. [3166 

Stark music printing & pub. co., 

New York, N. Y. C 171189, Dec. 23, 

1907. 

College medley; compiled and an*. 
[for violin and piano] by A. E. j 
Wier and Louis Tocaben. 4to. 

[3167 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169342, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Come along little girls; song from i 

The Gay Gordons, by Seymour 

Hicks, words by Arthur Wimperis, 

music by A. Sablon. [3168 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 

ltd., London, England. C 169839, 
Dec. IS, 1907. 

Come said Jesus' sacred voice ; sacred j 
song, by Marion Leith Reiner. 

[3169 
Geo. B. Jennings co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171377, Jan. 2, 190S; 2 c: j 
Dec. 26, 1907. 

Come, see the place where Jesus lay ; 
[by] T. Martin Towne. (Octavo j 
anthems) [3170 j 

T. M. Towne, Chicago, 111. C I 
171042, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Come summer, come; song, words by 
Edward Oxenford, music by A. von 
Ahn Carse. [3171 

Collard Montr ie, London, Eng- 
land. C 169366, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Come unto me ; anthem, music by 
Ernest R. Bowles. 8vo. mixed v. 

[3172 
Anglo-Canadian music pub. Ass'n, 
Ltd., Toronto, Canada. C 170889, 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

[song by] A. L. Schultz. [3173 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 170461, Dec. 26, 1907. 

[words & music by] James D. 

Barnitz. [3174 

J. D. Barnitz. Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170062. Dec. 20, 1907. 

Come unto these yellow sands; 
[words from] The Tempest by 
Shakespeare [music by] Frederic 
Ayres, op. 3 no. 3. [3175 

Wa-Wan press. Newton Center, 
Mass. C 170359, Dec. 23, 1907. 



Come, where the flowers bloom; 

words and music by Essie B. Kil- 

gore. [3176 

E. B. Kilgore, March, Mo. C 

169958, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Come while He's calling; [words 
by] Katharyn Bacon [music by] 
C. J. Gilbert. [3177 

C. J. Gilbert, Winfield, La. C 
171038, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Come with me to the country; com- 
posed by Delia Ramsev. song. 

[3178 

D. Ramsey, Springfield, Mo. C 
170768, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Comedians (The) ; scherzo by J. W. 
Lerman. pianoforte piece. [3179 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
O 170679, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Comedians' march; the bartered 
bride; march from F. Smetana's 
comic opera, arr. by G. H. Reeves. 
Svo, band. [3180 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170473, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Comfort ; words by Thomas Haynes 
Baylv, music bv Arthur F. Fuller. 

[3181 
A. F. Fuller, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
C 160117, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Coming home ; written by Nelson 

Jackson, composed bv Alfred H. 

West. [3182 

Reynolds & co., London, England. 

C 170885, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Coming (The) of spring; words by 
Ella Brown, music by Vere Smith. 

[3183 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169894, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Coming to Jesus; [words by] Rev. 
E. A. Hoffman [music by] E. T. 
Hildebrand. [31S4 

E. T. Hildebrand. Roanoke, Va. 
C 171033, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Common (A) little girl; [from] Girls 
of Gottenberg, words by Ralph 
Roberts, music by Lionel Monckton. 

[3185 
Chappel & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171181, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Communion; [words and music by] 
E. H. Van Dyke. [318G 

E. H. Van Dyke, Baltimore, Md. 
C 172003, Jan. 13, 1908. 



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nos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



Concone (Giuseppe) Twenty etudes 
chantantes, op. 30 : the singing touch, 
for piano, revision, phrasing and 
fingering by Hans T. Seifert. [3187 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170481, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Consistency; [words by] Mrs. P. R. 
Gibson [music bv] W. E. M. Hackle- 
man. [31SS 
W. E. M. Hackleman, Indianap- 
olis, Ind. C 170300, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Conte d'autrefois : pour violon et 
piano, par G. Saint-George, op. 66. 
(Edition chanot no. 1112). [3189 

F. W. Chanot & sons, London, Eng- 
land. C 169S37, Dec. 18, 1907. 

Contentment; [words by] J. Sala Le- 
land [music bv] Melvin J. Hill. 

[3190 
J. Sala Leland, Uniontown, Pa. C 
1G967S, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Coquette ; for piano by Jean Stirling. 

[3191 
Weekes & co., London, England. 
C 169545, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Coquette (La) ; deux pas, by Jules 
Lefort, full orchestra. (Boosey's or- 
chestral journal no. 118). 4to. 

[3192 
Boosey & co., London, England. C 
170908, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Cosmos ; morning salutation, for the 
piano by Wm. Caven Barron. [3193 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171249, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Cosy (A) little cottage by the sea; 
[from] Playing the ponies, lyric by 
Edward Madden, music by Theodore 
Morse. [3194 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 170912, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Country life in Dixie ; words by 
Sharp McNeil and A. D. Wall, mu- 
sic by Sharp McNeil. [3195 
S. McNeil, Cushing, Tex. C 
171623, Jan. 6, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1908. 

Courtisane-danse ; violon et piano par 
W. R. Cave, op. 12, six morceaux de 
Salon no. 4. (Edition Chanot no. 
750). [3196 

F. W. Chanot & sons, London, 
England. C 169834, Dec. 18, 1907. 

Crist (D. W.) Banner melodies; 
collection for piano or cabinet or- 
gan. 4to. [3197 

D. W. Crist, Moultrie, Ohio. A 
3 87349, Sept. 2, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1907. 



Crossing the bar ; chorus for men's 
voices a capella by F. Flaxington 
Ilarker, words by Tennyson. (G. 
Schirmer's coll. . . . no. 4398. 8vo. 

[3198 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
170118, Dec. 21, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Crouch (F. N.) Two songs. 1, 

Shy lie avourneen ; 2, Despair. 

Hayden-Coffin edition. [3199 

Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London, 

England. C 170897, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Crown Him with many thorns ; 
mixed voices [music by] Clifford 
Demarest. (Sacred octavo series 
no. 815). [3200 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 171508, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Crowned with the tempest ; chorus, 
with bass solo ad lib. [by] Verdi, 
from Ernani, arr. by Osbourne M. 
McConathy. (The laurel octavo, 
no. 131). [3201 

C. C. Birchard & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 172084, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Cuban (A) love song; Tu cuerpoy tu 
alma ; Spanish w r ords by Luis Ba- 
ratt, music by Bruto Valerico Gian- 
nini, English translation by J. L. 
Hatch. [3202 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170248, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Cuckoo; English version by Herbert 
Harper, music by P. Heise. [3203 
Frederick Harris co., London, 
England. C 170667, Dec. 28, 1907. 
Cuckoo (The) ; [song] edited by Ce- 
cil J. Sharp. [3204 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169254, Dec. 11, 1907. 
Cuckoo waltz : by C. Kinkel [for 
piano]. [3205 
W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. C 
171239, Dec. 31, 1907. 
Cupid Jr., morceau characteristic for 
pianoforte, by Geo. H. Wilder. 

[3206 
Bates & Bendix, Boston, Mass. 
C 171221, Dec. 31, 1907. 
Cupid's message ; valse for the piano 
by R. R. Forman. [3207 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
170685, Dec. 28, 1907. 
Cupid's wedding bells ; [from] Play- 
ing the ponies, lyric by Edward Mad- 
den, music by Theodore Morse. 

[3208 
F. B. Haviland pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 170914, Dec. 26, 1907. 



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Czerny (Carl). Anthology of stud- 
ies; edited and fingered by Louis 
Osterle. vol. 3, pts. 5 & 6. (G 
Sehiriner's coll. of master-studies for 
the piano). [3209 

G. Sckiriner, New York, N. Y. C 
169909, Dec. 19, 1907. . 

vol. 4. (G. Sehirmer' s coll. 



of master-studies for piano). [3210 
G. Sehirmer, New York, N. Y, C 
170689, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Dainty Eunice; waltz [by] Al Berg- 
heim. 8vo. orch. [3211 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 
C 169637, Dec. 16, 1907. 

pf . [3212 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 
C 169639, Dec. 16, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 21, 
1907. 

Daisies ; lyric by Wm. J. Wilson, mu- 
sic by J. S. Zamecnik. [3213 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 170136, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Daisies of the meadow ; valse caprice 
by Jean -Paul, edited and revised by 
Charles Kmikel. no. 1 [piano solo] ; 
no. 2 [piano duet]. [3214, 3215 

Kunkel bros., St. Louis, Mo. C 
171327, 171328, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Daisy chains; for piano by Geo. L. 
Spaulding. [3216 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170400, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Dan Duncan ; composed by T. T. 
Craighead, song. [3217 

T. T. Craighead, Muncie, Okla. C 
170744, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Dance (The) music of Ireland; 1001 
gems . . . selected and edited by 
Francis O'Neill, arr. by James 
O'Neill. Chicago, Lyon & Healy. 
4to. [3218 

Francis O'Neill, Chicago, 111. A 
183020, July 29, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 14, 
1907. 

Dance of the automatons ; inter- 
mezzo grazioso [by] Otto Hackh, 
op. 411. pf. [3219 

E. Rueffer, New York, N. Y. C 
171349, Jan. 2, 1908; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1908 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1908. 

Dance of the dewdrops ; polka by 
Paul Ducelle, op. 16, arr. as piano 
duet by Arnoldo Sartorio. (Musical 
memories no. 4.) [3220 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169471, Dec. 14, 1907. 



Dance of the dwarfs ; [by] Mentor 
Crosse, pf. [3221 

Joseph E. Frank, Minneapolis,. 
Minn. C 170056, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Dance of the firefly ; [by] Maud W. 
Bell. pf. [3222 

Gertrude Walker, Bruce, S. Dak. 
C 171265, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Dance of the saplings; from 1907 
High Jinks, composed by Edward 
Faber Schneider, pf. [3223 

Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. C 171460, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Dancing stars ; waltz by Paul Du- 
celle, op. 16, arr, as piano duet by 
Arnoldo Sartorio. (Musical mem- 
ories no. 1.) [3224 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169468, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Danse bizantyne; pour piano par 
Richard Barthelemv. 111956. 

[3225 
G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
169425, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Danse diabolo ; eccentric dance, mu- 
sique de Geo. W. Byng, for piano. 

[3226- 

Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 

England. C 170903, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Danse sous la lune; petite suite pour 

piano par I. Philipp. (Feerie no. 

4.) [3227 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. O 

170874, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Dat's all I got to say; words and 

music by Dan Holt. [3228 

D. Holt, Macon, Ga. C 154936, 

June 19, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1908. 

Davis (J. D.) Barcarolle; for violin 

with piano ace, op. 25. (Edition 

Chanot no. 1110.) [3229- 

F. W. Chanot & sons, London, 

England. C 169835, Dec. 18, 1907, 

Idylle ; pour piano, op. 38 no. 1. 

[3230 
B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- 
many. C 171151, Dec. 31, 1907. 
Day dreams reverie ; by Alfred Field- 
house, pf. [3231 
W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 
170425, Dec. 24, 1907. 
Days of yore; [for piano by] Jean 
Du Val. [3232 
Hatch music co.. Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 170466, Dec. 26, 1907. 

meditation for piano by H. En- 

gelmann. [3233 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia. Pa. 
C 170414, Dec. 23, 1907. 



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nos. c> 9, Feb., 1908 



Deab little maiden mine; words by 
Fred Frampton, music by Frederick 

Leslie. [3234 

Charles Sheard & co., London, 

England. C 172077, .Inn. 14, 190S. 

Deab little violet; composed by 
Alexander White, song. [3235 

A. White. Frankfort, Kv. C 
170804, Her. 28, 1907. 

Deab old folks ; words by Beth Slaten 
Whitson, music bv Leo Friedman. 

[3236 
Thompson music co., Chicago, 111. 
C 170923, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Dear old Iowa: words and music by 

Heleene Morris Hausler. [3237 

H. M. Hausler, Chicago, 111. C 

156542, July 8, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 

1907. 

Dearest; song [words by] Franklin 

Pierce Carrigan [music by] Perley 

Dunn Aldrich. low voice. [3238 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 171416, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Dearest believe me; words and mu- 
sic by S. N. Walton. [3239 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171264, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Dearie, oh, come now, dearie; words 

by Frank H. Schwartz, music by M. 

Bertrand Howard. [3240 

Howard music co., Alleghenv, Pa. 

C 170568, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Dl Beroit's seventh air ; [by] John 

Hartmann, arr. by Paul de Ville. 

Svo. band. [3241 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170475, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Dein augesicht (Thy face) ; German 
song, high [voice] with piano ace, 
by W. H. Neidlinger, poem by Heine. 

[3242 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169749, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Delikes ( Clement - Philibert - Leo ) 
Pizzicato, from ballet Sylvia ; arr. 
[for flute and piano] by Moritz 
Werner. [3243 

Hinds, Noble & Elclredge, New 
York. N. Y. C 169320, Dec. 11, 



1901 



c. Dec. 18, 190" 



[for violin and piano] by Albert 

E. Wier. 4to. [3244 

Hinds, Noble & Elclredge, New 
York. N. Y. C 169328, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 



Delibe (Le) : valse de concert [by] 
Robert Goldbeck. Rev. ed. [3245 

Kunkel brothers. St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171320, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Den skona yaren; [words by] J. B. 
[music by] J. A. Hultman. [3246 
J. A. Hultman. Worcester, Mass. 
C 170333, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Debweil ich schlafend lag ; [ged. 
von] Eduard Moerike, fur vier- 
stimmigen maunerchor, von Hans 
Harthan. op. 87. (Drei lieder no. 
3.) Svo. [3247 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 169983, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1907. 

Deserted gipsy's song ; song for a low 
voice with pia-no ace, bj Gena 
Branscombe, words from Indian 
love-lyrics by Laurence Hope. [324S 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169743, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Diabolo ; polka by AY. J. Haw T ken for 
piano. [3249 

Chas. Sheard & co., London, Eng- 
land. C 169562, Dec. 13, 1907. 

song, written and composed by 

Hal Wright. [3250 

Charles Sheard & co.. London, 
England. C 170575, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Diabolo (Le) ; caprice-valse pour 

piano par Paul Wachs. [3251 

Emile Lednc, P. Bertrand & cie., 

Paris, France. C 1700S6, Dec. 21, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907. 

nouvelle danse, Boston, avec ac- 

cessoires paroles de Georges Mil- 
landy. musique de Gustave Dreyfus, 
no. 1, chant et piano, 112083 ; no. 2, 
piano seul, 1120S1. [3252, 3253 

G. Ricordi & c. Milan, Italy. C 
171163, 171164, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Dialogue ; valse impromptu, by H. 

Engelmann. op. 3S2. four hand piano 

music. [3254 

Oliver Ditson co.. 'Boston. Mass. 

C 171504, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Diana; by Clare Kummer. song. 

[3255 
Jos. W. Stern & co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 170593, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Dibble (Horace P.) Slumber song; 
[words bv] Frank Deninster Sher- 
man. [3256 
Theo. Pressor. Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170677. Dec. 28, 1007. 



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Disappointment (A) ; soug for high 
voice with piano ace, by R. Hunt- 
ington Woodman, words by Kate 
Kellogg. [3257 

G. Schirmer. New York, N. Y. 
C 169747, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Divine (The) invitation. Weary of 
earth; offertory for alto or bass in 
F, with piano or organ ace, by John 
Hyatt Brewer, words by Samuel 
John Stone. [3258 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
170121, Dec. 21, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Divine praises ; in unison or in four 
parts [by] Sister of Mercy. [3259 
Sisters of Mercy, Providence, R. I. 
C 171622, Jan. 6, 190S. 

Dixie darlings ; two step [by] Percy 
Wenrich. pf. [3260 

McKinley music co., Chicago, 111. 
C 171488, Jan. 3, 190S. 

Do you know Mr. Schneider? song 
from The Girls of Gottenberg, words 
by Lionel Monckton and George 
Grossmith, jr., music by Lionel 
Monckton. [3261 

Chappell & co.. ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 1716S4, Jan. S, 1908. 

Dr. Till of Somerset: by D. Adams, 
song. [3262 

D. Adams, Knapp, Wis. C 171759, 
Jan. 9, 190S. 

Dollarprinzessin (Die) ; operette in 
3 akten, musik von Leo Fall. Fur 
klavier zu zwei handen ; Potpourri 
no. 1; Potpourri no. 2. [3263, 3264 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 167583, 167584, Nov. 21, 
1907 ; 2 c. each Dec. 9, 1907. 

Dolls minuet; [by] Leo Oehmler, op. 
105, for violin and piano (Four 
little solos for four little fingers no. 
3, for the D string). [3265 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171566, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Dolly's dance; by Gustav Saenger, 
op. 128 no. 4, violin and piano. 

[3266 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170703, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Domerc (Jules) Trois melodies; 
pour violoncello et piano, no. 1, 
Doux langage: no. 2. Bluette; no. 
3, Recueillement. [3267-3269 

Janin freres. Lyons, France. C 
170869-170S71, Dec. 30, 1907. 



Don Juan ; tondichtung nach Nico- 
laus Lenau, componirt von Richard 
Strauss, op. 20, fur 2 klaviere zu 8 
handen, bearbeitet von Heinrich v. 
Bocklet. [3270 

Jos. Aibl verlag, g. m. b. h., Leip- 
zig, Germany. C 169990, Dec. 20, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1907. 

Donizetti (Gaetano) Sextet from 
Lucia di Lammermoor; arr. [for 
flute and piano] by Moritz Werner. 
4to. [3271 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169360, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. IS, 1907. 



-[for violin and piano] bv 

Albert E. Wier. 4to. [3272 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169334, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Don't forget to write me Nell ! 
words and music by Rhea Jacobs. 

[3273 
Maurice Shapiro, New York, N. Y. 
C 169679, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Don't forget your dear old mother ; 
composed by G. A. Porter, song. 

[3274 
G. A. Porter, Indianapolis, Ind. 
C 170737, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Don't weaken, pal; by Billy Gaston, 

arr. by John T. Hall. song. [3275 

J. T. Hall music pub. co., New 

York, N. Y. C 169857, Dec. IS, 1907. 

Dora ; 8 daily exercises for piano, by 
Alfred Fieldhouse. no. 1, Dance; 
no. 2, Galop : no. 3, Polka ; no. 4, 
March; no. 5, Reverie; no. 6, Ro- 
mance ; no. 7, Schottische : no. 8, 
Waltz. [3276-32S3 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 
170548-170555, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Down at the crystal colored rbook ; 
words by Caspar H. Schmidt, music 
by Joseph A. Wolf. [3284 

C. .H. Schmidt, Peru, 111. C 
163378, Oct. 2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1908. 

Down by the old willow tree ; com- 
posed bv Ella May Jordan, song. 

[3285 
E. M. Jordan, Springville, Utah. 
C 170808, Dec. 28 : 1907. 

Down (A) home shout; character- 
istic slow drag and two step, by 
Herman Carle, pf. [3286 

Yictoria music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 170S51, Dec. 30, 1907. 



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145 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



Down in the boundless deep; writ- 
ten by L. M. T. Beale. song. [32S7 

L. M. T. Beale, Hampton, Va. C | 
156506, July 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 19, 

11)07. 

Down where the red lights burn; ! 
words bv Frank O'Connell, music by 
Tom Perkins. [3288 ', 

Perkins and O'Connell, Elgin, 111. • 
C 170(533, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Dragon-fly (A) (La libellude) ; song 
with piano ace, English version by | 
Rosa Xewmarch, traduction fran- 
gais de Amedee Boutarel [music 
by] Jean Sibelius, op. 17, no. 5 ! 
high voice. [3289 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, N. 
Y. C 171790, Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. Dec. ; 
30, 1907. 

Drdla (Fr) ; Kubelik serenade, no. 1, 
La maj. . . . arr. par M. Chiesa 
pour piano sans octaves (Perles mu- ! 
sicales no. 3942). Triste, C. Schmidt 
& co. [3290 ! 

Fr. Hofmeister, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 1690SS, Dec. 10, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 9, | 
1907. 

Dream (The) boat; a lullaby, words 
by Geo. L. Tracy, music by John Y. 
Seruton. [3291 

C. TV. Thompson & co., Boston, | 
Mass. C 171337, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Dreaming of the past ; composed by I 
H. Henspeter. [3292 

H. Henspeter, Blain, Wash. C ! 
170S16, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Dreaming of thee; words and music i 
by Mary Quivey. [3293 j 

Thiebes-Stierlin music co., St. 
Louis, Mo. C 171363, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Dreams of home; [for piano by] ; 
Frederick Bertram. [3294 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170467, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Drifting down the moonlit river: 
four part-song for women's voices. ! 
words by Jennie Wilson, music by 
Adam Geibel. 8vo. [3295 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- I 
ton, Mass. C 171561, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Drifting down the stream ; [words 
and music by] E. I. Neher. [3296 
E. I. Neher, Kalamazoo, Mich. C 
172012, Jan. 13, 1908. 



Driftwood (Le radeau) ; song with 
piano ace, English version by Rosa 
Xewmarch, traduction franchise de 
May de Rudder, [music by] Jean 
Sibelius, op. 17 no. 7. low voice. 

[3297 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, N. 
Y. C 171793, Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 
30, 1907. 

Drink to me only with thine eyes ; 
Old English air, arr. [for cornet and 
piano] by W. Paris Chambers. 4to. 

[3298 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 168296, Nov. 30, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

words by Ben Jonson, music by 

H. Elliot Button for men's voices. 
(The Orpheus no. 439.) 8vo. 

[3299 
Xovello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 167572, Nov. 21, 1907. 

Drontheim ; King Olaf's Christmas, 
words by Longfellow [music by] 
Daniel Protheroe, op. 76 for male 
voices. 8vo. [3300 

D. O. Evans, Youngstowm, Ohio. 
C 170594, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Drum and bugle : fanfare by J. W. 
Lerman, pianoforte piece. [3301 

Theo. Presser. Philadelphia,. Pa. 
C 17007S, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Du bist mein ; volkslied, .Mannerchor 
von Karl Schanss. 8vo. [3302 

K. Schauss, Wiesbaden, Germany. 
C 170606, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Dubois (Theodore) Deux chceurs; 
pour voix mixtes et soli, avec ace. 
de piano, no. 1, Barcarolle; tenor 
solo et choeur mixte. no. 2, Reveil, 
chceur mixte et soli. [3303, 3304 

Heugel & cie.. Paris, France. C 
170190. 170191, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Entree ; pour grand orgue. 

[3305 
Heusel & cie., Paris, France. C 

169570, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Odelettes antiques ; poesies de 

Charles Dubois, no. 1, Chanson de 
patre; no. 2, Incantation; no. 3, 
Le jeune oiseleur; no. 4, Le 
pecheur de Syracuse; no. 5, La 
jeune fille a. la cigale; no. 6, Pridre 
de 1'Ephebe. [3306-3311 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
169564-169569, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Postlude ; pour harmonium. 

[3312 
Heugel & cie.. Paris, France. C 

169571, Dec. 16, 1907. ' 



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Durct-i kampf zu sieg ; gedichtet 
mid fiir vieffctimmigeii mannerchor 
komponiei't von Ruland Aysslinger, 
op. 47. 8vo. [3313 

Johann Andre. Offenbach a. Main, 
Germany. C 169119, Dec. 10, 1907. 

DETERGES' CONSERVATORY METHOD | 

for the Boehrn flute. [3314 

Jean White, Boston, Mass., in 
renewal for 14 years from Dec. 19. 
1907. A 194533, Dec. IS, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 27, 1907. 
Dying (The) musician; composed by 
Annie Frances Pilcher. song. [3315 

A. F. Pilcher, Sedro Woolley, 
Wash. C 170766, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Dying (The) year: meditation for 
piano, by Adam Geibel. [3316 

White-Smith music pub. co,, Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171558, Jan. 4, 1908. 
Eagles (The) march; twostep [by] 
E. W. Berry. 8vo. orch. [3317 

E. W. Berry music co., Kansas 
City, Mo. C 16S247, Nov. 22, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 
Easy street: march [by] Roland F. 
Seitz. Svo. band. [3318 

R. F. Seitz, Glen Rock, Pa. O 
170008, Dec. 20, 1907. 
Echoes from the Ohio ; waltz [by] 
Jerry Bundy. pf. [3319 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
O 171253, Jan. 2, 1908. 
Echoes of Erin: fantasie on Irish 
melodies [by] Frederick Dupont, op. 
30. pf. [3320 

Robin Ellis, New York, N. Y. C 
172229, Jan. 15, 190S. 
Ecstasy; valse-caprice [by] Frances 
Porter Canfield. pf. [3321 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171259, Jan. 2, 1908. 
Einquartierung: text von Rudolph 
Schanzer, musik you Rob. Leonard. 

[3322 
Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, Ger- 
many. C 169086, Dec. 10, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 9, 1907. 
Elegiac toem : composed by Granville 
Bantock, arr. for violoncello and 
piano. [3323 

Joseph Williams, limited, London. 
England. C 171471, Jan. 3, 1908. 
Elgar (Edward) Romance, op. 1; 
transcribed for the organ by W. 
Faulkes. (Pieces for the orsan no. 
56.) [3324 

B. Schott's sohne, Mavence, Ger- 
many. C 169095, Dec. 10", 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 9, 1907. 



Elybium : song, words by Florence 

Hoare. music by Joseph L. Roeckel. 

no. 3 in G. [3325 

Enoch & sons. London. England. 

C 171478, Jan. 3, 190S. 

Emblem of lieerty : march, by Donald 
Jackson, pf. [3326 

W. A. Evans. Boston. Mass. C 
170423, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Empire express ; march and twostep 

[by] Harry J. Lincoln, pf. [3327 

Yandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 

liamsport. Pa. C 171275, Jan. 2, 

1908. 

I En mai ; poerne d'Anatole le Braz 
[musique de] J. Guy Ropartz. 
chant et piano. (Quatre melodies 
no. 1). [332S 

A. Dupont-Metzner, Nancy. France. 
C 171124, Dec. 31, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1907. 

En pilgrimssang ; [song by] J. A. 
Hultman. [3329 

J. A. Hultman. Worcester, Mass. 
C 170326, Dec. 23, 1907. 

t En route; etude artistique [for 

piano by] Benjamin Godard, op. 

107 no. 12. [3330 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170381, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Enchantment; waltzes by Ernest Al- 
bert!, arr. [for flute and piano] by 
Moritz Werner. 4to. [3331 

Hinds, Noble and Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169314, Dec. 11, 

1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

i 

Enfant (L') prodiglte ; scene lyrique 
de E. Guinaud, musique de Claude 
Debussy, textes frangais et anglais, 
English words by Nita Cox ; parti- 
tion pour chant et piano. 4to. 

[3332 
A. Durand & fils, Paris. France. 
C 171530, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Engelmann (H.) Bijou schottische ; 
piano piece.. [3333 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171414, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Rustic dance ; piano piece. [3334 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171415, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Er weiss ; [words by] Emma G Diet- 
rick, tr. [by] Harry Marschner 
[music by] Edward Fuller. [3335 
Bible institute colportage associa- 
tion, Chicago, 111. C 170167, Dec. 
23, 1907. 



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'Ere's yer fine water-creases! writ- 
ten by John P. Harrington, com- 
posed by Orlando Powell. [3336 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 1701S1. Dec. 23, 1007. 

Erhebe meine seele deinen Gott den 
Herrn; magnificat in E flat [by] 
Caleb Simper, air. by C. Roehl and 
H. Wey. Svo. mixed v. [3337 

II. Wey, Chicago, 111. C 170602, 
Doc 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1907. 

Ersfeld (Ciir.) Slumber song 

i Sehlummcrlied) ; violoncello, op. 

11. [333S 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 

C 170072, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Esperantelle (L') ; marche par Jus- 
tine Clerice. orchestree par Maurice 
Gracey. Svo. [3339 

Hachette & cie.,- Paris, France. 
C 170197, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Estrella ; mazurka by Carl Heins, op. 

ISO no. 1, piano composition edited 

by L. E. Orth. [3340 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 17171S, Jan. S, 1908. 

Et les levres disent (And the lips 

say) : valse lente par F. de Belabre, 

piano. [3341 

Ista-Beausier, Paris, France. C 

108946, Dec. 9, 1907. 

External life; composed by Dacotah 
J. White, song. [3342 

D. J. White, Fuller, Kans. C 
170750. Dec 2S. 1907. 

Evening chimes (Abendglockchen) ; 
by Theodor Espen, op. 5, piano re- 
vised and fingered by Carl Hofmann. 

[3343 
Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. C 
1709S2, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Evening hymn ; words by Edward R. 
Still, music by Frances Wvman. 

[3344 
Prances Wvman, New York, N. Y. 
C 170264, Dec. 23, 1007. 

Evening lullaby; by A. L. P., arr. by 
Walter L. Rosenberg, song. [3345 
Orpheus music co., Philadelphia. 
Pa. C 171300, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Evening memories ; composed by Mar- 
tha Mosley. song. [3346 
M. Moslev. Gravsville, 111. C 
170743, Dec. 28, 1907. 
Evening prayer; [bv] Mentor Crosse, 
pf. [3347 
Joseph E. Frank. Minneapolis, 
Minn. C 170049, Dec. 20, 1007. 



Evening (An) prayer; words by 
[Thomas Kelley, music by Arthur F. 
Fuller. [3348 

A. F. Fuller, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
C 160120, Aug. 22, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
27, 1907. 

Evening (The) prayer: reverie, by 

M. W. Butler, pf. or org. [3349 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 

Sedalia, Mo. C 169673, Dec. 16, 

1907. 

Evening school song; words by Wm. 

M. Trafton, music by Newell L. 

Wilbur. Svo. [3350 

■ United music co., Providence, R. I. 

C 171068, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Eventide march ; [for piano by] Adam 
Geibel. [3351 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171498, Jan. 3, 190S. 

Ever only Jesus ; [words by] Fred P. 
Morris [music by] Robert Harkness. 

[3352 
Chas. M. Alexander, Chicago, 111. 
C 171952, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Evermore sweet ; [words by] W. F. 
Parmelee [music by] E. I. Neher. 

[3353 
W. F. Parmelee, Kalamazoo, Mich. 
C 172011, Jan. 13, 100S. 

Ev'ry day she wanted something 

else ; words by Alfred Bryan, music 

by Geo. W. Meyer. [3354 

F. B. Haviland pub. co.. New York,. 

N. Y. C 171977, Jan. 13, 190S. 

Everything for Jesus ; [words by] 
Annie S. Hawks [music bv] R. 
Dowry. [3355 

Mary Runyon Dowry, Plainfield r 
N. J. In renewal for 14 years from 
Feb. 27. 1008. C 173161, Jan. 31, 
1908. 

Excelsior flute cliart. [3356 

Chas. Himmelmann & co., Chicago, 
111. A 195405, Dec. 30, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 28, 1907. 

Exit : march, intro. Home sweet home 

[by] W. A. Boos. 1. Svo. orch. : 

2. 3 mands. and guitar. [3357, 335S 

Lagatree pub. co., Detroit, Mich. 

C 171391 & 171392, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Eye has not seen it ; [words by] Mrs. 
Flora B. Harris [music by] Jno. R. 
Sweney. [3359 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa., in 
renewal for 14 vears from Jan. 2, 
1908. C 160460, Dec. 14, 1007; 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1007. 



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F. O. E. march ; [by] Geo. F. Tyrrell. 
8vo. band. [3360 

R. F. Seitz, Glen Rock, Pa. C 
170012, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Fahrende (Der) Sanger; gedichtet 
und ftio* vierstimmigen rnannerchor 
kompouiert you Ruland Aysslinger, 
op. 54. [3361 

Johann Andre, Offenbach a/Main, ! 
Germany. C 169120, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Fair daffodils; melody by Ole Bull, 
harmonized and adapted for four- 
part chorus for women's yoices by E. 
J. Fitzhugh, words by Robert Her- > 
rick. (Octavo choruses no. 122), 

[3362 
Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170275, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Fair land of dreams ; trio, women's 
yoices [words by] Stanton Hill 
[music by] Charles P. Scott. 
(Octavo series ... no. 393). 

[3363 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 171516, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Fair Margaret and sweet William ; 
[song] edited by Cecil J. Sharp. 

[3364 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169257, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Fair Susan; [song] edited by Cecil J. 
Sharp. [3365 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169256, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Fairies (The) ; poem by William Al- 
lingham [music by] Arnold E. Tre- 
vor Bax. [3366 
Charles Avison, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169580, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 

Fairy princess ; polka [by] Mentor 
Crosse, pf. [3367 

Joseph E. Frank, Minneapolis, 
Minn. C 170055, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Fairy tales ; for cello and piano by 

W. H. Squire. (Petits morceaux no. 

5). [3368 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170970, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Falcon march ; by Paris Chambers 
for band. 8vo. [3369 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170959, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Falling leaves : mazurka caprice [by] 
H. A. Wollenhaupt. pf. [3370 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171257, Jan. 2, 1908. 



Family (The) tree; [from] Playing 

the ponies, lyric by Edward Madden, 

music by Theodore Morse. [3371 

F. B. Havilaud pub. co., New 

York, N. Y. C 170910, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Fantasia on old Christmas carols; 
by William Faulkes. (Original com- 
positions for the organ no. 378). 
obi. Svo. [3372 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 168958, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Fantaisie Hongroise ; pour violoncelle 

avec ace. de piano, par H. Heber- 

lein, op. 27. [3373 

Johann Andre, Offenbach a/Main, 

Germany. C 169122, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Fantasie waltz; [by] E. Waldteufel, 
arr. by T. H. Rollinson. Svo. orch. 

[3374 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171502, Jan. 3, 190S. 

Fare thee well, Juanita ! written by 

J. F. Lainbe, composed by T. W. 

Thurban. [3375 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 170179, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Farewell; song, words by Lord By- 
ron, music by S. Constantino Yon. 
Low voice in G; high voice in b 
flat. [3376-3377 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, 
N. Y. C 170237, 170238, Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Farewell my darling Nellie; com- 
posed by Lu Ellen Cumbow. song. 

[3378 
L. E. Cumbow, Watauga, Va. C 
170783, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Farewell my own true love; [song] 

by Gertrude Forsythe. [3379 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., Se- 

dalia, Mo. C 169659, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Farewell to sin; [words by] Frank 
H. Beckwith [music by] Lewis P. 
Roberts. [3380 

W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169789, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Farjeon (H.) Two little waltzes: 
for the piano. [3381 

Forsyth bros., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169793, Dec. 18, 1907. 

Father's rich ; words by J. Val 
Bryan, music by Walter S. Simms. 

[3382 
Walter S. Simms, Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 171266, Jan. 2/1908. 



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Fawn byes; intermezzo [by] Chas. L. 
Johnson, pf. [33S3 

Chas. L. Johnson & co., Kansas 
City. Mo. C 171 58S, Jan. 0, 190S. 

Fear not, O little flock, the foe ; 
[words by] Gnstavns AcTolphus 
[music by] Fmil Larson. [33S4 

Engberg-Holmberg pub. co., Chi- 
cago, 111. C 109703, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Fedora: selection by U. Giordano, 
a rr. by Adolf Schmid for full or- 
chestra. (Boosey's . . . Journal no. 
111.) [33S5 

Ascherberg & co., London. Eng- 
land. C 169891, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Feist's famous favorites; medley 
overture, arr. by Robert Recker. 
Svo. orch. 

Leo Feist, New York, X. Y. C 
171704, Jan. S, 190S. 

Ferveur: valse lente pour piano, par 

Andre Deval-Luzon. [3387 

Ulysse T. du Wast, Paris, France. 

C 171096. Dec. 31, 1907. 

Festival soxg: for piano or organ by 

Carlo Delmar. [3388 

W. F. Shaw. New York, N. Y. C 

171236, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Fight for Cornell; words by K. L. 
Roberts, music by T. J. Lindorff. 

[3389 
Cornell university, Ithaca, N. Y. 
C 170145, Dec. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Fighting (The) ninth; march [by] 
Fred'k T. Strachan. Svo. orch. 

[3390 
Ernest S. Williams. Boston, Mass. 
C 169635, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Fine and dandy: two step, by Chas. 

L. Johnson, pf. [3391 

Arnett-Delonais co., Chicago, 111. 

C 170635, Dec. 28, 1907. 

First ball : waltz [by] Mentor Crosse. 

pf. [3392 

Joseph E. Frank, Minneapolis. 

Minn. C 170052, Dec. 20, 1907. 

First (The) heart throbs; [by] 
Rich. Eilenberg, arr. by Harry Pren- 
diville. 4to. orch. [3393 

Leo Feist, New York, X. Y. C 
170125, Dec. 21. 1907: 2 c. Dec. 23, 
1907. 

First (The) kiss (Der erste kuss) : 
words by H. S. English, words by 
Paul Bliss, music by R. W. Hans 
Seitz. [3394 

W. H. Willis & co.. Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 170039, Dec. 20, 1907. 



Fischers abendued; gedicht von J. G. 

Seidl, mannerchor von Carl Atten- 
hofer, op. 137 no. 3. (Choruses for 
men's voices.) Svo. T3395 

Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magde- 
burg, Germany. C 171112, Dec. 31, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

Fishey, fishey in the brook; recre- 

ations for piano intro. familiar 

tunes, by Paul Lawson. [3396 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170406, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Fitzhugh (E. J.) Six short responses- 

[mixed voices]. (Sacred music no. 

214). Svo. [3397 

Luckhardt & Belder, Xew York, 

X. Y. C 170278, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Flag of the free ; song collection, no. 
S-A. 8vo. [3398, 3399* 

J. P. McCaskey, Lancaster, Pa. A 
194502, 194503, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Fleches (Les) de cupidon (Cupid's 
arrows) ; valse by W. L. Cole, arr. 
by W. H. Myddleton [for band]. 
(Boosey's military journal no. 4). 

[3400 
Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 169612, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Flee as a bird ; [words by] Mrs. M. S. 
B. Dana [music by] Mrs. M. S. B. 
Dana, arr. by W. E. M. Hackleinan. 

[3401 
W. E. M. Hackleman, Indianap- 
olis, Ind. C 170285, Dec. 23, 1907. 
Fleurs cheries ; valse lente pour- 
piano par J. M. Lichtenauer. [3402 
G. Parmentier, Paris, France. C 
169810, Dec. 11, 1907. 
Flickette (La) ; chanson-dance, pa- 
roles de V. de Cottens, Xunes et A. 
Foucher, musique de Ch. Borel- 
Clerc. chant et piano. [3403 

G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
171179, Dec. 31, 1907. 
Flirtation ; valse-intermezzo by P. A. 
Steck for military band. [3404 

Hawkes & son, London, England. 
C 171094, Dec. 31, 1907. 
Floraison d' amour (Florescencia de 
amor) ; vals lento por Abundio Mar- 
tinez para piano. Mexico, Enrique 
Munguia. [3405 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, X. 
Y. C 169091, Dec. 10, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 
9, 1907. 
Florinda : serenade, words by Julia S. 
Bowring Maltese, music by F. Dewey 
Richards. [3406 

F. D. Richards, Xew York, N. Y. 
C 170110 Dec. 9, 1907. 



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Flower laxd ; by Will B. Morrison, op. 
31. pf. [3407 

W. B. Morrison, Indianapolis, Ind. 
C 170439, Dee. 26, 1907. 

Flower (A) of June; waltz by Fred. 
Luscomb for orchestra. 8vo. [3408 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 169302, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Flower of the Nile; waltzes [by] 
F. H. Losey, op. 224. 8vo. orch.* 

[3409 
Yandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. C 171272, Jan. 2, 
1908. 

Flower (The) show; a musical 
sketch written and composed by Ed- 
ward Kent. [3410 
Reynolds & co., London, England. 
C 169577, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Flowers; march-two step [by] H. 
Bulan Dunkle. pf. [3411 ! 

H. B. Dunkle, Robesonia, Pa. C 
163355, Oct. 2, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1907. 

Flylng clouds : galop de bravora [by] | 
Claude Melnotte. pf. ' [3412 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171330, Jail. 2, 190S. 

Flying steed; two step [by] Cather- 
ine M. Daly. pf. [3413 

C. M. Daly, Kansas City, Mo. C i 
171276, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Folie (Une) (Ein scherz) ; by Charles 
Mayer, op. 140 no. 9, for piano, re- 
vision, phrasing and fingering by ' 
Hans T. Seifert. [3414 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170492, Dec. 26, 3007. 

Folies d'amour ; valse caprice par 
Adrian Schuberth, piano. [3415 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 170951, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Follow on ■ words & music br Albert 

H. Grove. [3416 

A. H. Grove, Indianapolis, Ind. C 

169380, Dec. 12, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 19, | 

1907. 
Fontaine (La) aux oiseaux ; piece 

pour piano par Richard Barthelemy. 

111957. [3417 | 

G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 

169426, Dec. 13, 1907. 
For me she's waiting ; a ballad, words 

by Max Howard, music by Clifford 

Odoms. [3418 

R. C. Odoms, Cleveland, Ohio. C 

168874, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 26, 

1907. 



For the red, white and blue; by 
Monroe II. Rosenfeld. song. [3419 
M. II. Rosenfeld. New York, N. Y. 
C 171485, Jan. 3, 190S. 

For thee alone; waltz [by] Edouard 
Schiitt. pf. [3420 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171256, Jan. 2, 1908. 

For you ; words by Frank L. Stanton, 
music by Martin W. Bowman. [3421 
Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170244, Dec. 23, 1907. 

words by Howard Malcolm Mock, 

music by Alberta lone Smith. [3422 
A. E. Smith & H. M. Mock, Mont- 
rose, Colo. C 170441, Dec. 26, 1907. 

For you and me; song and chorus, 
words by Victor Vaniont, music by 
Frank Hersom. [3423 

V. Yamont & Frank Herson, New 
York, N. Y. C 14S785, April 10, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1907. 

Forest (The) ; English version by 
Percy Pinkerton, music by P. Heise. 

[3424 
Frederick Harris co., London, 
England. C 170063, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Forest (The) king: march, by Win. 

Frederick Peters, pf. [3425 

Victor Kremer co.. Chicago, 111. 

C 169625, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 

1907. 

Forest lullaby ; trio, women's voices, 
English version by Frederick W. 
Bancroft [music by] J. B. Zerlett, 
op. 257 no. 2. (Octavo series . . . 
no. 391). [3426 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 171475, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Forest rose; Indian intermezzo [by] 
Jasper Likes, pf. [3427 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 170708, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Forest (The) warblers; three-part 
chorus [words] from the French 
[music by] Leon Roques, arr. (The 
coda, no. 380.) 8vo. [3428 

Ginn & co., Boston, Mass. C 
167846, Dec. 26, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 20, 
1907. 

Forever with the Lord : a memorial 
service, the music selected and com- 
posed by George B. Nevin [and 
others]. 12mo. [3429 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
17150], Jan. 3, 190S. 



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Forget mk wot; by Elizabeth Ken-. 

son-. [3430 

B. Kerr. HawleyviMe, Conn. C 

164600, Oct. 15, 1007: 2 c. Oct. 22. 

1907. 

waltz [by] E. Waldteufel, arr. by 

B. r.occalari. 8vo. band. [3431 
Carl Fischer, Now York. N. Y. O 
170472, Doc. 26, 1907. 

Forgive : words by Edward Oxenford. 
music by Henry N. Dymoiid. (Six 
songs no. 4.) London, Vincent 
music co.. ltd. [3432 

Henry N. Dvnioiid. London, Eng- 
land. C 169888, Dec. IS. 1907. 

Forsaken: by [Thomas] Koschat. arr. 
by L. A. Loar for mandolin duo or 
mandolin duett. Svo. [3433 

Gibson mandolin-guitar co., Kala- 
mazoo. Mich. C 170161, Dec. 23, 
1007. 

Forward, march dm sturmschritt) ; 
by Hugo Schlemiiller. op. 14 no. 6. 
cello and piano, edited by Alvin 
Buechner. [3434 

Carl Fischer, New York. N. Y. 
C 170504, Dec. 26. 1907. 

1'ORWARD. VALIANT CHRISTIANS | [words 

by] J. R. Clements [music bv] TV. A. 
Tost. [3435 

TV. A. Post. Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169781, Dec. 17. 1907; 2 c. Dec. IS, 
1907. 

Fouxtaix (The): trio for two so- 
pranos and alto [words by] J. R. 
Lowell [music by] William G. Ham- 
mond. (Choruses, glees, and part 
songs no. 2293.) Svo. [3436 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 160552. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Fountain of life: words by G. Turing, 
music bv Frank L. Sealv. 4to. 

[3437 
H. W. Gray co.. New York, X. Y. 
C 170434. Dec. 26, 1907. 

Font (The) deuces : march and two 

step [by] Abe Losch. pf. [3438 

Yandersloot music pub. co.. Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. C 169550, Dec. 6, 

1907. 

Fofr (The) Jacks: march, two step 
[by] Abe Losch, arr. by F. H. Losey. 
Svo. band. [3439 

Yandersloot music pub. co.. YVil- 
liamsport, Pa. C 171273. Jan. 2, 
190S. 



Fim:xi)i.Y (Tin;) hand; [words] by 
Kilev | music | by De Loss Smith. 

[3440 
De Loss Smith. Des Moines, Iowa. 
C 171607, Jan. 6. 190S. 

Frifoxxe; Yalse tzigane, by Ph. R. 
Meny. pf. [3441 

Chapped & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172266, Jan. 16, 190S. 

Frisco Bill ; words by Grover Men- 
delsohn and Harry S. Loewenthal. 
music by Harry L. Stone. [3442 

Harlem music pub co., New York, 
X. Y. C 171671, Jan. 7, 100S. 

FROHLICH SOLE MEIX HERZE SPR1X( ex 

(Lightly bound, my bosom, ringing) : 
ein festgesang auf Weihnachten, fur 
solo uud gemischten chor von Geo. 
Kessel. Svo. [3443 

Geo. Kessel, St. Paul, Minn. C 

167505, Nov. 20, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 4. 

190S. 

Fbojd i Herrex ; [words by] J. B. 

[music by] J. A. Hultman. [3444 

J. A. Hultman. Worcester. Mass. 
C 170330, Dec. 23, 1907. 
Frojdexs FIerrex ! ps. 100. musik af 
A. L. Skoog. [3445 

A. L. Skooir. Minneapolis, Minn. 
C 170436, Dec' 26, 1907. 
From foreigx laxds ; piano 4 hands 
by Moritz Moszkowski, op. 23 no. 3, 
revision, phrasing and fingering by 
Hans T. Seifert. no. 1, Spanish ; no. 
2, Russian ; no. 3, German. 

[3446-344S 

Carl Fischer. New York, X. Y. C 
170513, 170514, 170516, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Feotzler (Carl) Yalse mignonne: 

piano solo. [3449 

Bosworth & co.. Leipzig, Germanv. 

C 169594, Dec. 16, 1907 : 2 c. Dec. 14, 

1907. 

Frulixgsjubel ; fur pianoforte zu 4 
hiinden von Hans Ailbout. (Die 
Kleine virtuosen no. 9.) [3450 

Eisoldt & Rohkramer. Berlin. 
Germanv. C 169103, Dec. 10, 1907: 
2 c. Dec. 9. 1907. 

FErHLiXGSXAciiT ( Spring night) : 
German song high [voice] with 
piano ace, by W. H. Neidlinger, 
poem by Heine. [3451 

G. Schirmer. New York. X. Y. C 
169750. Dec. 17, 1907. 

Fugitive ivresse ; valse lente, pour 

piano, musique de Fernand Bous- 

quet. [3452 

E. Weiller, Paris, France. C 

170S67, Dec. 30, 1007. 



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Gabriel (Chas. H.) ed. Gospel 
(The) chorus: collection . . . i 
adapted for use iu Evangelistic 
choruses, Sunday-school choirs, etc. 
12mo. [3453 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. A 195547, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Gabriel-Marie. Serenade-badine ; arr. 
[for flute and piano] by Moritz 
Werner. 4to. [3454 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge. New- 
York, N. Y. C 169355, Dec. 11. 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

[for violin and piano] by 

Albert E. Wier. 4to. [3455 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge. New- 
York, N. Y. C 169332, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Gaiete (Frohsinn) ; waltz by Eniil 

Waldteufel, op. 164, arr. by Alfred 

Roth for orchestra. 8vo. [3456 

Carl Fischer, New- York. N. Y. 

C 170955, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Galen waltz; by A. M. Testa, [for] 
1st violin. [3457 

A. M. Testa, Bath, Me. C 171490. 
Jan. 3, 190S. 

Ganz im geheimen (Tho' 'tis in se- 
cret) ; German folk-song with piano 
ace, high in E flat, by Arthur 
Classen, English version by W. H. 
Neidlinger. [345S 

G. Schiriner, New York, N. Y. C 
169754, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Garden (The) of peace; words by 

Rosa Murray, music Dy Carl Mon- 

teith, no. 1 in B flat. * [3459 

Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London. 

England. C 170S96, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Garden (The) of thoughts: words 
by Harold Simpson, music by Con- 
stance V. White, in F. [3460 
Charles Sheard & co.. London, 
England. C 169563, Dec. 13, 1907. . 

Garden songs ; words by Harold Boul- 
ton, music by Hermann Lohr. 4to. 

[3461 - 
Chappell & co., London, England. 
C 169240, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Gardiner (H. Balfour) String quar- 
tet in B flat major, in one move- 
ment, score. 8vo. [3462 
Charles Avison. ltd., London. Eng- 
land. C 1695S6, Dec. 16, 1907: 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 



Gates (The) of gold; song with vio- 
lin obligato, w^ords by Arthur P. 
Coxford, music by Gordon Temple, 
no. 2 in E flat. [3463 

J. H. Larway, London, England. 
C 171568, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Gather ye rosebuds; words by Rob- 
ert Herrick, song, medium voice 
with piano ace, by William Y. 
Webb. [3464 

G. Schiriner, New York, N. Y. C 
170433, Dec. 24, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1907. 

Gaul (Harvey B.) Three closing re- 
sponses; [mixed voices and organ]. 
(Oliver Ditson co.'s octavo ed. no. 
11736). [3465 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171413, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Yorspiel (Prelude); for the or- 
gan. [3466 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171499, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Gavotte Mignon ; by A. Thomas, arr. 
[for flute and piano] by Moritz 
Werner. 4to. [3467 

Hinds. Noble & Eldredge, New 
York. N. Y. C 169318, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



[for violin and piano] by Al- 
bert E. Wier. 4to. [3468 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169323, Dec. 11, 
1907 : 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Gay (The) cavalier; overture [by] 
R. Gruenwald. op. 415. 4to. orch. 

[3469 
Mace Gay music co., Boston, Mass. 
C 170003, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Gay (The) Gordons; a play with mu- 
sic by Seymour Hicks, music by 
Guy Jones, arr. for piano by Theo. 
Wendt. 4to. [3470 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. C 171307, Jan. 2, 
190S. 

Gedexke mein (Remember me) ; lied 
fiir eine singstimme mit pianoforte- 
begleitung, von Cesar Cui, Deutsche 
worte von F. H. Schneider, English 
words by Marie Boileau. [3471 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 171113, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

Gee ! But those were happy days : 
by Billy Gaston, song. [3472 

John T. Hall pub. co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 169S56, Dec. 18, 1907. 



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Geigekfranz'l iDer) (In the elm tree 
shade); march, English version by 
F. Hindel [music by] Otto Hackh. 
pf. with text. [3473 

E. Rueffer, New York. N. Y. C 
171850, .Tun. 2, 1908; 1 c. Jan. 2, i 

08; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1908. 

Gently rocking ox slumber sea ; 
words by Elizabeth Maxwell Com- 
fort, music by Lee Carleton. [3474 
E. M. Comfort, La Vol! a, Cal. C 
17i »T 28, 1907. 

Georgie Porgie : recreations for piano 
intro. familiar tunes, bv Paul Law- 

[3475 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170376, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Get familiar with the Savior ; words 
«fc music by Albert II. Grove. [3476 
A. H. Grove, Indianapolis, Ind. 
C 169381, Dec. 10, 1007. 

Get ready to welcome the king ! 
[words bv] Fannie K. Allen, arr. 
by J. M. G. [3477 

Ernest O. Sellers, Chicago, 111. C j 
170077, Dec. 20, 1907. 
Ghosts ! words by R. K. Munkittrick, 
music by Frances Wynian. [347S 
Frances Wvman, New York, N. Y. 
C 170263, Dec. 23, 1007. 
Gift o'God : song, E flat, words by 
Leonard Kingsley Smith [music by] 
H. Clough-Leighter, op. 43 no. 1. 

[3479 
G. M. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. 
C 170719, Dec. 28, 1907. 
Gillet (Ernest) Pizzicati; metro- 
style 75593. [Pianola arr.] [3480 

Aeolian co.. New York. N. Y. C ! 
170624. Dec. 28, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1908. 
Gilpin's piano school ; theoretical 
and practical instructor for piano, 
op. 8. 4to. [3481 

Win. L. Gilpin, Wheaton, 111. C 
169434. Dec. 13, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1907. 
Gipsies (The) frolics; [by] J. P. 
Melnioth, op. 6, revised and fingered 
by P. F. del Campiglio. pf. [3482 
K. Dehnhoff, New York, N. Y. C 
171077. Dec. 31, 1907. 
Gipsy music (Zigeunermusik) ; 
[words by] M. E. delle Grazie, Eng- 
glish by Thekla Adam, music by 
Henrv J. Lautz. op 10, no. 1. 

[3483 
Whaley, Royce & co., ltd., To- 
ronto. Canada. C 171070, Dec. 31, 
1907. 

28929—08 3 



Girl (The) I adore; words by Chas. 
M. Fry, music by Chas. A. Williams. 

[3484 
Fry-Williams music co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 171730, Jan. 9, 190S; 2 
c. Jan. 2, 190S. 

Girls and boys come out to play; 

recreations for piano intro. familiar 

tunes, by Paul Lawson. [3485 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170410, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Girls (The) in gray'; words by Alice 

Brandon Caldwell, music by Ra- 

mona Conover. [3486 

W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. C 170556, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Give me more love ; part-song for 
mixed voices, words by Thomas 
Carew, music by John E. West. 
(Choruses no. 8). 8vo. [3487 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 169991. Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1907. 

Give me the sea ; song for alto or 
baritone with piano ace, by R. Hunt- 
ington Woodman, words from Tris- 
tam and Isoult, by M. W. Austen. 

[3488 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
17042S. Dec. 24, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1907. 

Give we praise ; [words by] Palmer 
Hartsough [music by] J. H. Fill- 
more. [3489 
Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171007, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Glad (The) rag; ragtime two step, by 

Lew Roberts, arr. by Rudolf Moehl. 

pf. [3490 

L. Roberts, Nashville, Tenn. C 

16S517, Dec. 3, 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1908. 

Glad tidings ; [words & music bv] 
Donald S. Lundin. [3491 

Metropolitan church ass'n, Wauke- 
sha, Wis. C 170206, Dec. 21, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 11, 1907. 

Gladness of spring ; song in A, words 
by Charles Hanson Towne [music 
by] H. Clough-Leighter, op. 43. no. 
5. [3492 

G. M. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. 
C 170723, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Glasson (T. Bath) Practical studies 
in reading vocal music ; series 2. 
(Fischer's edition no. 3081.) 16mo. 

[3493 
J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 171243, Dec. 31, 1907. 



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Glasson (T. Bath) — Continued. 

Practical studies in reading vocal 

music: series 5. (Fischer's edition 
no. 3104.) 16mo. [3494 

J. Fischer & bro.. New York, N. Y. 
C 170945, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Glimpse (A) of the past: waltzes 
[for orchestra bv] Earl McCoy. Svo. 

[3495 
E. McCoy, Dallas, Tex. C 171075, 
Dec. 31, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1907. 

Glockenklange ; gedicht von Julius 
GersdorrT, fur inannerckor von Hein- 
rich Sickinger, op. 48. Svo. [3496 
Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magde- 
burg, Germany. C 171109. Dec. 31, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

Glory; by Adolph Thomann. song. 

[3497 
A. Thomann. United States. C 
166250, Nov. 2, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1907. 

Glory to God ; [words by] Palmer 
Hartsough [music by] J. H. Fill- 
more. [349S 
Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 170995, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Glory to Thee, my God. this night; 
words by Bishop Ken, music by 
Gounod, arr. by Emil Larson. [3499 
Engbers-Holmberg pub. co., Chi- 
cago, 111. C 169704, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Go, lovely rose; words by Edmund 
Waller, song for tenor with piano 
ace, by William Y. Webb. [3500 
G. Schirmer. New York, N. Y. 
C 170432, Dec. 24, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
26, 1907. 

God answers prayer; [words and 
music by] James D. Barnitz. [3501 
J. D. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170064, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Godard (Benjamin Louis-Paul) Ber- 
ceuse from Jocelyn; [arr. by] Au- 
brey Stauffer, op. 20 no. 5, solo 
mandolin [duo style]. [3502 

C. D. Smith, Chicago. 111. C 
170697, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Lullaby from Jocelyn; arr. by 

H. Spielter for women's voices. 
(Octavo choruses . . . no. 123.) 

[3503 
Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170272, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Yalse. op. 75 no. 4. Metrostyle 

75601. [Pianola arr.] [3504 

Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
170625, Dec. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1908. 



God's perfect stillness ; poem by 
Cassius M. Loomis, music by Na- 
thaniel D. Mann. * [3505 
M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 172026, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Going toward Jerusalem ; [words and 
music by] E. I. Neher. [3506 

E. I. Neher, Kalamazoo, Mich. C 
172009, Jan. 13, 190S. 

Golden (The) circle of time; an 
operetta in three acts, libretto by 
Mrs. C. D. Martin, music bv W. J. 
C. Thiel, op. 73. Svo. [3507 

Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago, 111. C 
17066S, Dec. 16, 1907, 

Golden Gwendolen ; a pre Raphaelite 
song, poem by William Morris 
[music by] Arnold E. Trevor Bax. 

[3508 
Charles Avison, ltd., London. Eng- 
land. C 16957S, Dec. 16, 1907: 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 

Golden light: by C. T. Gunderson. 

song. [3509 

C. T. Gunderson, Brainerd. Minn. 

C 164233, Oct. 10, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 

25, 1G07. 

Golden poppies : words and music by 
George Spink. [3510 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 171055, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Golden (A) thread; song, words by 
Edward Teschemacher, music by 
Robert Coningsby Clarke, in D flat. 
(Miniatures no. 9.) [3511 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 1711S6, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Golden tresses : dance gracieuse, [by] 
H. Engelmann. pf. [3512 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170716, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Golden (The) wedding; words by Ed- 
ward Oxenford, music by Henry N. 
Dymond. (Six songs no. 3.) Lon- 
don, Vincent music co., ltd. [3513 
H. N. Dvmond, London. England. 
C 169887, Dec. IS, 1907. 

Golden (The) west; words and music 

by Alfred H. Haniquet and Wm. 

Henry Farrell. [3514 

Farrell and Haniquet, New York, 

N. Y. C 171729, Jan. S, 190S. 

Good-bye ; song, words anon., music 
by Robert E. Clark, no. 1 in B flat. 

[3515 
J. H. Larway, London, England. 
C 171570, Jan. 6, 1908. 



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155 



uos. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



Good-bye dog : lyrics by Oakley Sel- 
leck, music by Ohas. Alphin. [3510 
New ideas advertising & mercan- 
tile CO., Now York, N. Y. C 168363, 
Dec. 2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 16, 190S. 

Good-dye for now ; words by J. Henri 
Richards, music by Arthur A. Penn. 

[3517 
J. H. Richards, United States. C 
170233, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Good-bye June; composed by Grace 
Emeline Sloate. song. [3518 

G. E. Sloate. South Wallingford, 
Va. C 170S22, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Good-bye, my Nancy Lee! written and 
composed by Valentine Watson. 

[3519 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 170180, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Good bye sweetheart, good night ; by 
Fred Kohls, song. [3520 

F. Kohls, St. Paul, Minn. C 
171748, Jan. 9, 1908. 

Good night ; song by Perley Dunn Al- 
drich, low voice. [3521 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston,' Mass. 
C 169790, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Good night, dear sun ; two-part song, 
words by Shapcott Wensley, com- 
posed by Percy E. Fletcher. (No- 
vello's school song, no. 841). [3522 
Xovello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169243, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Good-nigiit my sunflower ; composed 
by P. T. Gabel. song. [3523 

P. T. Gabel, Woodhaven, L. I. C 
170S05, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Good (The) unasked; response by C. 
W. Greene [mixed voices and or- 
gan]. (Choir journal no. 216B). 
8vo. [3524 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169543, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Gospel (The) banner: [words by! 

Thos. Hastings [music by] Ira B. 

Wilson. [3525 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

170939, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Gottesleben (M.) Missa, Laudate 

Dominium Svo. [3526 

M. Gottesleben, Minneapolis, 

Minn. C 162325, Sept. 20, 1907 ; 2 c. 

Dec. 20, 1907. 



Gounod (Charles-Francois) Ave Ma- 
ria : arr. [for flute and piano] by 
Moritz Werner. 4 to. [3527 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169310, Dec. 11, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

[for violin and piano] by Albert 

E. Wier. 4to. [3528 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169338, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

! Praise ye Jehovah; sacred chorus, 

adapted to Marche Romaine, arr. by 
G. A. Yeazie (The Coda no. 382). 
Svo. [3529 

Ginn & co., Boston, Mass. C 
170184, Dec. 23, 1907. 
Grant us Thy peace ; [words by] 
Eliza Scudder [music by] Ira B. 
Wilson. [3530 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
170940, Dec. 30, 1907. 
Grant, we beseech Thee; [song by] 
W. Heaton. [3531 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 17045S, Dec. 26, 1907. 
Grave (The) on the heath (Das 
grab auf der haide) ; song with Eng- 
lish and German text, by W. Heiser, 
op. 30. English version by Alice 
Mattullath. suprailo in D minor. 

[3532 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170532, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Great (A) event; march two-step [by] 

Abe Holzmann, arr. by W. H. 

Mackie. 4to. orch. [3533 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 

171705, Jan. 8, 1908. 

Great is the Lord ; [song] arr. and 

partly composed by L. O. Emerson. 

[3534 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
170942, Dec. 30, 1907. 
Green gravel ; recreations for piano 
intro. familiar tunes, by Paul Law- 
son. [3535 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170409, Dec. 24, 1907. 
Greeting ; song, high voice in C, words 
by Frank L. Stanton, music by Vic- 
tor Harris. [3536 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 169384, Dec. 12, 1907. 
Grelinger (Ch.) ; Deux morceaux de 
salon ; pour piano, op. 105. no. 1, 
Causette (Geplauder) ; no. 2, Heu- 
reuse rencontre (Frohe begegnung). 
[3537, 3538 
P. J. Tonger, Koln a/Rh., Ger- 
many. C 171118, 171119, Dec. 31, 
1907; 2 c. each Dec. 30, 1907. 



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Gretchen madchen mine; the song 
of the old Dutch mill [from] The 
Hoyden, words and music by John 
L. Golden. [3539 

Jerome H. Reinick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 169867, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Geieg (Edvard Hagerup) ; arietta, op. 
12 no. 1 ; for piano, revision, phras- 
ing and lingering by Hans T. Sei- 
fert. [3540 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170485, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Solvejg's song ; from Peer Gynt 

suite no. 2, arr. by Theo. M. To- 
bani for orchestra. 4to. [3541 

Carl Fischer, New York. N. Y. 
C. 170965, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Grillo (II) del focolare ; commedia 
musicale in tre atti di Cesare Ha- 
nau, musica di Riccardo Zandonai. 
Opera completa per canto e piano- 
forte, riduzione di Uaco Solazzi. 
8to. ' [3542 

G. Ricordi, & c, Milan, Italy. C 
169422, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Guard of honor (Gardes d'honneur) ; 

march [for piano by] J. Ernest 

Philie. [3543 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170398, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Guarnieri (Francisco de) Sonate; 
pour violon et piano. Yenise, E. 
Sanzin & cie. [3544 

Francisco de Guarnieri, Yenice, 
Italy. C 169593, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 

Gud ar god; [song by] J. A. Hultman. 

[3545, 3546 
J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170320, 170351, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Guds heliga anglar ; [words by] J. 
B. [music bv] J. A. Hultman. 

[3547 
J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170327, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Guds lof ; [words by] J. B. [music 
by] J. A. Hultman. [3548 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170313, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Guds trofasthet; [song by] J. A. 

Hultman. [3549 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170323, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Guide us on our way; by Thos. A. 

Tucker, song. [3550 

T. A. Tucker, Calumet, Mich. C 

15S074, July 29, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 

1907. 



Guild (The) of Play Book, of festi- 
val and dance; written by G. T. 
Kimmins, dances arr. by M. H. 
Woolmoth. 4to. [3551 

J. Curwen & sons ltd., London, 
England. C 168951, Dec. 9, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

Gun (The) fire; march and two step 
[by] J. C. Heed. pf. [3552 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170496, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Hait (M) Berceuse; pour violon avec 
ace. de piano. [3553 

Costallat et cie., Paris, France. 
C 169573, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Hall (Edythe Pruyn) Allegretto 
gracioso ; for violin and piano. 

[3554 
Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago, 
111. C 169377, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Berceuse ; easy recreations for 

violin and piano no. 2. [3555 

Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago, 
111. C 169646, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 13, 1907. 

Mazurka ; for violin and piano. 

[3556 
Clayton F. Summv co., Chicago, 
111. C 169378, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Hamilton belles ; march, composed 
by W. A. Pouncey. pf. [3557 

W. A. Pouncey, Gatesville, Tex. 
C 170735, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Hammond (William G.) Festival 
evening service in D. Magnificat 
and Nuncdimittus ; mixed voices 
[and] organ. (Sacred music . . . 
in octavo, no. 2288). [3558 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 169727, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Hand in hand; march by Paul Du- 
celle, op. 16, arr. as piano duett by 
Arnoldo Sartorio. (Musical mem- 
ories no. 10). [3559 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169477, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Handel (Georg Fredrich) Cele- 
brated gavotte ; trios for reed and 
brass instruments, arr. by Paul De 
Yille. no. 1. Saxophone trio. no. 2, 
clarinet trio. [3560, 3561 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
165978, 165979, Oct. 31, 1907. 

trombone trio in bass 

[3562 



clef. 



Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
1659S0, Oct. 31, 1907. 



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nos. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



Handel (Georg Fredrich) — Cont'd. 
Largo; arr. by It. Klugescheid. 

no. 1, piano, violin, and 'cello: no. 2, 
2 violins and piano. [3563, 3564 

Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. C 
lesa:;'.). 168340, Nov. 30. 1907. 

Largo; arr. [for cornet and piano] 

by W. Paris Chambers. [3565 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York. N. Y. C 1G92S4, Nov. 30, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. IS, 1907. 

Verdi prati (Verdant meadows); 

from the opera Alcina, edited by 
Edgardo Levi. (Standard songs for 
students no. 28.) [3566 

Ascberberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London. England. C 170202, Dec. 23. 
1907. 

Handful (A) of leaves; [words by] 
Fanny J. Crosby [music by] Jno. R. 
Sweney. [3567 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa., in 
renewal for 14 years from Jan. 2. 
190S. C 169462, "Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1907. 

Hannah : four-part song for women's 

voices, words by Lucy Larcom, music 

by Walter F. Starbuck. Svo. [356S 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston. 

Mass. C 171486, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Happy dreams ; serenade [by] W. S. 
Ripley. Svo. band. [3569 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 
C 170919, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Happy hearts ; [by] G. P. Mayfield. 
pf. [3570 

L. D. Lasselle, Boston, Mass. C 
170597, Dec. 27, 1907. 

LTappy light, happy day ; for men's 
voices by Xaver Scharwenka, op. 79 
no. 1, English version by Rev. Canon 
Gorton. (Breitkopf & Hartel' s cho- 
ruses no. 45.) Svo. [3571 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 171132, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Happy moments; by Gustav Saenger, 
op. 128 no. 5, violin and piano. 

[3572 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170702, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Harmony by correspondence; 1, Les- 
son 17, page 76; 2, Lesson 18, page 
82 ; 3, Lesson 19, page 87 ; 4, Lesson 
20, page 93; 5, Lesson 21, page 102; 
6, Lesson 22, page 109 ; 7, Lesson 23, 
page 117 ; 8, Lesson 24, page 125 ; 9, 
Lesson 25, page 131 ; 10, Lesson 26, 
page 137. [3573-3582 



Habmony by correspondence — Cont'd. 
11, Lesson 27, page 143; 12, Les- 
son 28, page 149; 13, Lesson 29, page 
156; 14, Lesson 30, page 162; 15, 
Lesson 31, page 169; 16, Lesson 32, 
page 174; 17, Lesson 33, page 183. 
[2583-3589 
Julius Yogler, Ridgewood, N. J. 
A 195195-195211, Dec. 26, 1907. > 

Harper (The) and his son (Le harp- 
iste et son fils) ; song with piano 
ace, English version by Rosa New- 
march, traduction franca ise de May 
de Rudder [music by] Jean Sibelius, 
op. 38 no. 4. [key of D]. [3590 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, N. 
Y. C 171791, Jan. 2, 1908 ; 2 c. Dec. 
30, 1907. 

Hartmann (John) De Beriot's 

Seventh air ; arr. by Paul de Ville 

for orchestra. 4to. [3591 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170968, Dec. 30, 1907. 

De Beriot's Seventh air; arr. by 

Paul de Yille. no. 1, Cornet and 
piano ; no. 2, Flute and piano ; no. 3, 
E flat clarinet and piano ; no. 4, 
baritone or trombone and piano. 

[3592-3595 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170538-170540 & 170544, Dec. 26, 
1907. 

Harvard spirit ; march [by] Donald 

M. Payson. pf. [3596 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 

C 170427, Dec. 24, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 24, 

1907. 
arr. by Albert M. Kanrich. 

Svo. orch. [3597 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 

C 170917, Dec. 30, 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 

1908. 

Harvest (The) by and by; [words by] • 
E. E. Hewitt [music by] W. A. Post. 

[3598 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169764, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Hassenstein (Paul) Quartett G. 
moll; fur violine, violoncell, har- 
monium und klavier. (Paul Koep- 
pen's Normal-harmonium-literatur) . 

[3599 
Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. 
C 169993, Dec. 20, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 21, 
1907. 

Hauser (Franz) Cradle song; [arr. 

by] Aubrey Stauffer, op. 17 no. 4, 

mandolin solo. [3600 

C. D. Smith. Chicago. 111. C 

170694, Dec. 28, 1907. 



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Hauser (Miska Michael) Cradle 
song (Berceuse) ; arr. [for cornet 
and piano] by W. Paris Chambers. 
4to. [3601 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 1682S9, Nov. 30, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

[for flute and piano] by 

Moritz Werner. 4to. [3602 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169353, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 
[for violin and piano] by Al- 
bert E. Wien. 4to. [3603 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169329, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 
Havana; Spanish march, by E. Rei- 
noso. 1st mand. or v. .[3604 
P. Tesio, New York, N. Y. C 
171762, Jan 9, 1908. 
Have you seen Him to-day? [words 
by] Charles O. Wright [music by] 
P. A. Williams. [3605 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169763. Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec 18, 
1907. 
Hazel Dean ; written and composed 
by Frank Church. [3606 
Willis Woodward & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 172286, Jan. 16, 190S. 
Hazel with hazel eyes ; words by 
A. D. Cox, music by Sef Roux. 

[3607 

A. D. Cox, Pella, Iowa. C 
1663S6, Nov. 4, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 
1907. 

He can count on me; [words by] 
Lizzie DeArmond [music bv] W. A. 
Post. [360S 

W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169761, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

He goes before you; sacred song, 
words by Annie J Flint, set to mu- 
sic by Alfred Wooler. sop. or tenor, 
D flat. [3609 

G. M. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. C 
170724, Dec. 28, 1907. 

He is waiting for thee ; [words by] 
W. F. Parmelee [music by] Mrs. M. 
Winfield Gage. [3610 

W. F. Parmelee, Kalamazoo, Mich. 
C 172010, Jan. 13, 1908. 
He knows the way; sacred song, 
words and music by C. S. Briggs. 
no. 1, E flat ; no. 2, F ; no. 3, G. 

[3611-3613 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 171369-171371, Jan. 2, 
1908; 2 c. each Jan. S, 1908. 



He loves, he loves me not ; composed 
by Florence Ralston, song. [3614 

F. Ralston, Vincennes, Ind. C 
170740, Dec. 28, 1907. 

He's a stranger to me ; composed by 
C. E. Howard, song. [3615 

C. E. Howard, Poiut Pleasant, W. 
Ya. C 170S35, Dec. 28, 1907. 

| He thought me worth the saving; 
[words by] Lizzie De Armond [mu- 
sic by] W. A. Post. [3616 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169769, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

He will not slumber nor sleep ; an- 
them solo, by Mrs. Laura H. Par- 
rish Robinson. [3617 

Mrs. L. H. P. Robinson, Keokuk, 
Iowa. C 168204, Nov. 16, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1907. 

Hear the invitation ; [words by] 

Daniel March [music by] W. E. 

Burnett. [3618 

W. E. Burnett, Roanoke, Ya. C 

171036, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Hear the shepherd calling ; [words 
& music by] James D. Barnitz. 

[3619 
J. D. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170065, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Heart (The) of Christian Endeavor; 
an exercise based upon the Taber- 
nacle ... by R. P. Anderson. 8vo. 

[3620 
United society of Christian En- 
deavor, Boston, Mass. A 193034, 
Jan. 6, 1908. 

Heberlein (H.) mazurka; fur violon- 
cello mit pianofortebegleitung, op. 
11. [3621 

Johann Andre, Offenbach a/Main, 
Germany. C 169123, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Hedra din fader och din moder; [song 
by] J. A. Hultman. [3622 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170317, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Heed His call; [words by] Lucy G. 
Whitwell [music by] E. O. Sellers. 

[3623 
Ernest O. Sellers. Chicago, 111. C 
170072, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Heilman (William Clifford) Inter- 
mezzo in E flat minor ; for piano, op. 
6 no. 1. [3624 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
170430, Dec. 24, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



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nos. 0-0. Feb., 15)08 



Hetlman (William Clifford) — Con- 
tinued. 

Scherzo in G minor ; for piano. 

op. 6 no. 2. [3625 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
170431, Dec. 24, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 2G, 
1907. 

Heimat, ewig liebe; gedicht von I 
Jnlins Gersdorft", im volkston, ftir ! 
miinnerchor, von Bungard-Wasein. | 
op. 46. Svo. [3626 j 

Bungard-Waseni, Godesberg, Ger- ! 
many. C 171794, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

Heimat-Glocken ; nene erweckungs 
und erbannngs-lieder, nebst einigen 
Kernliedern, berausgegeben von 
Harry Marschner. Svo. [3627 

Harry Marschner, Hannover, On- 
tario, Canada. A 192781, Nov. 23, 
1907 : 2 c. Dec. 11, 1907. 

Heliotrope bouquet ; a slow drag two 
step, by Scott Joplin and Louis 
Cbauviu. [3628 

Stark music printing and pub. co., 
New York, N. Y. C 171190, Dec. 
23, 1907. 

Hello ! Mister Stein ; words by Vin- 
cent Bryan and Andrew B. Sterling, 
music by Harry Yon Tilzer. [3629 
H. Yon Tilzer music pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 171196, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Henry march; [by] H. Stidworthy. 
pf. [3630 

H. Stidwortny, Sorel, Quebec, 
Canada. C 169880, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Henselt (Adolf von) Gondola (La) ; 
etude, op. 13 no. 2, piano, revision, 
phrasing and fingering by Hans T. 
Seifert. [3631 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170498, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Her heart; words by Frank Demp- 
ster Sherman, music by Arthur 
Yoorhis. [3632 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York. 
N. Y. C 170243, Dec. 23, 1907. * 

Her papa's little heroine; by Wil- 
liam J. Fielding, song. [3633 
W. J. Fielding, Newark, N. J. C 
167S23, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 
1907. 
Herbert (J. B.) Scotch (A) concert; 
complete program of Scotch music, 
of choruses, quartets, trios, solos, 
etc. . . . with readings. 8vo. 

[3634 
Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. A 195546, Dec. 30, 1907. 



Here we go 'round the mulberry 
bush; recreation for piano intro. 
familiar tunes, by Paul Lawson. 

[3635 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170402, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Heroes of Luzon ; march, [by] C. E. 
Duble. Svo. band. [3636 

E. F. Seitz, Glen Bock, Pa. C 
170009, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Here Olaf; gedicht von Therese 
Dahn, ballade fiir bariton mit 
klavierbegleitung von Felix Spat- 
zier. [3637 

Apollo-verlag, Berlin, Germany. 
C 171141, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
30, 1907. 

Hereens ledning; [words by] L. S. 
[music by] J. A. Hultman. [3638 
J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170329, Dec. 23, 1907. 

PIere's to our sweethearts and 
wives ; the Navy toast, words by W. 
B. Ferguson, jr., music by Franklin 
Biker. [3639 

William Maxwell music co., New 
York, N. Y. C 170584, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Herz (Das) (The heart) ; words by 

Herman Neumann, music by Medora 

Drew. [3640 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 

N. Y. C 170250, Dec. 23, 1907. 

HlE-A-WAY, HIE-A-WAY HOME ; a COOU 

shout [by] Geo. H. Bowles. [3641 
Fillmore bros. co.. Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171004, Dec. 30, 1907. 

High Germany; [song] edited by 
Cecil J. Sharp. [3642 

NoVello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169249, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Hike ; [by] E. E. Bagley. Svo. band. 

[3643 
Cundv-Bettonev co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171355, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Hills o' Skye ; song in G, words by 

William McLennan [music by] H. 

Clough-Leighter, op. 43 no. 4. [3644 

G. M. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. C 

170722, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Hindoo's (The) paradise; part song 
for men's voices, words by George 
Birdseye, music by Jules Jordan. 
Svo. [3645 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171232, Dec. 31, 1907. 



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His wedding bells will ring to-day; 
words by C. P. McDonald, music by 
Win. Frederick Peters. [3646 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. C 
169622, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

HOCH ! WEIN WEIB, GESANG ; text VOU 

Franz Wildt, lied fur baryton mit 
klavierbegleitung von Alb. Rossow, 
op. 89. [3647 

Rheinischer musik-verlag, May- 
ence, Germany. C 169099, Dec. 10, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1907. 

Hogtidsfest ; [song by] J. A. Hult- 

man. [3648 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170342, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Hold me tighter, Willie ; by Clias. A. 

Fowler, song. [3649 

C. A. Fowler, Bayfield, Colo. C 

157598, July 22, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 

1907. 

Holiday (The) ; piano piece by E. R. 
Kroeger. [3650 

Tbeo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170419, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Holiday and every day melodies ; for 

primary grades by Edna G. Young. 

Holiday edition. 4to. [3651 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. A 194024, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Holiday in the village (Festtag im 
dorfe) ; scherzo by Carl Heins, op. 
23 no. 2, piano composition edited 
by L. E. Orth. [3652 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
171721, Jan. 8, 190S. 

Holidays' (The) grand review; a 
juvenile cantata . . . libretto by 
Elizabeth F. Guptill, music arr. by 
J. H. Fillmore. [3653 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171010, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Home love; [by] Laurence Richard- 
son, song. [3654 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 170892, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Home of my youth ; composed by 
Aurelie Ramey. song. [3655 

A. Ramey, San Francisco, Cal. 
C 170811, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Home, sweet home; by Kate H. 
Greene, pf. [3656 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171312, Jan. 2, 1908. 



Home, sweet home march ; for piano 

or organ by M. W. Butler. [3657 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 

Sedalia, Mo. C 169656, Dec. 16. 

1907. 

Homeland ; [words by] W. Frederick 
Schmidt [music by] J. Lincoln Hall. 

[3658 
Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 372005, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Homeland (The) ; [words by] H. B. 
Hawies [music by] W. E. M. Hack- 
leman. [3659 

W. E. M. Hackleman, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. C 170296, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Homeward bound ; march and two 
step, [by] John W. Bernardi. pf. 

* [3660 
J. W. Bernardi. Baltimore, Md. 
C 169734, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Honey I love you; words by Edgar 
T. Farran. .music by Albert A 
Williams. [3661 

A.A.Williams, New Haven, Conn. 
C 168643, Dec. 5, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1907. 

Honey I loves you deed I do; words 
and music by Tell Taylor. [3662 

Tell Taylor, Chicago, 111. C 
1715S6, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Honore ; valse brilliante for piano, 
by Arthur Depew. [3663 

Lasatree pub. co., Detroit, Mich. 
C 171385, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Hope; [words] by Lillian Stiles Web- 
ster [music] by De Loss Smith. 

[3664 
De Loss Smith, Des Moines, Iowa. 
C 171601, Jan. 6, 190S. 

Hopkins' march ; for piano or organ 

by Peter Welsh. [3665 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 

Sedalia, Mo. C 169647, Dec. 16, 

1907. 

Hopsa; Schwabischer tanz, aus Erk- 
Bohme, mannerchor von Karl 
Schauss. 8vo. [3666 

Karl Schauss, Wiesbaden, Ger- 
many. C 170607, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Horlepijp; vieille danse hollandaise, 
pour piano par Charles Grelinger, 
op. 63. [3667 

Fr. Portius, Leipzig, Germany. C 
169101, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



161 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



Hour (An) with Thee; solo, music 

by B. E. Beddoe. [3668 

E. E. Beddoe, St. Helena, Cal. C 

167898, Nov. 1*7, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 

1908. 

House (The) across the way; 

[words] by U. K. [music] by De 

Loss Sinith. [3669 

De Loss Smith, Des Moines, Iowa. 

C 171600, Jan. 6, 190S. 

HOW CALMLY THE EVENING; part-SOng, 

words by T. T. Lynch, music by Ed- 
ward Elgar. Svo. [3670 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171089, Dec. 31, 1907. 

HOW COULD I DO WITHOUT JESUS? 

[words by] J. T. Latta [music by] 
E. T. Hildebrand. [3671 

E. T. Hildebrand, Roanoke, Ya. 
C 171034, Dec. 30, 1907. 

HOW THE BACHLORS PONDERED; WOl'dS 

by Bessie Herman, music by Ray- 
mond Ray. [3672 
Bessie Herman, Trempealeau, 
Wis. A 179564, June 17, 1907; 2 c. 
Sept. 16, 1907. 

How to propose; words and music by 
C. T. Cope, arr. by Warren Beebe. 

[3673 
C. T. Cope, Clinton, Iowa. C 
162281, Sept. 19, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 4, 
1908. 

Hullo ! Little boy ! He's my pal ; 

written and composed by Percival 

Knight. [3674 

Monte Carlo pub. co., London, 

England. C 171805, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Humble (The) bee: composed by 
Hans der Neue. song. [3675 

H. der Neue, United States. C 
170765, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Hundred (A) years to come; [music ! 
by] Jno. R. Sweney. [3676 | 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa., in 
renewal for 14 years from Jan. 2, I 
1908. C 169452, Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. I 
Dec. 20, 1907. 

Hungarian (A) romance; by Theo. i 
Bendix. pf. [3677 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. j 
Y. C 172025, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Hungary: rapsodie mignonne for 

piano by Carl Koelling, op. 410. 

piano solo. [3078 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170392, Dec. 24, 1907. 



Hunters (The) chorus; chorus for 
male voices, words and music by D. 
Rhys Ford. Svo. [3679 

D. O. Evans, Youngstown, Ohio. 
C 170595, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Hvem skall sjunga? [Song by] J. A. 
Hultman. [3680 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170332, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Hymn of praise ; [words by] W. Fred- 
erick Schmidt [music by] J. Lincoln 
Hall. [3681 

Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172006, Jan. 13, 1908. 

I ain't no nigger ; composed by 
Charles Williams, song. [3682 

C. Williams, San Quentin, Cal. C 
170751, Dec. 28, 1907. 

I AM A POOR LITTLE ORPHAN CHILD; 

composed by Bradley Simpson, 
song. [3683 

B. Simpson, Washington, D. C. C 
170800, Dec. 28, 1907. 

I AM CARRIED AWAY WITH CARRIE ; 

words by C. P. McDonald, music by 
Wm. Frederick Peters. [36S4 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 189628, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

I am longing for you; composed by 
Anna M. Lindsley. song. [3685 

A. M. Lindsley, Oakdale, N. Dak. 
C 170773, Dec. 28, 1907. 

I AM MISSING SOMETHING SO ; CO]H- 

posed by Josephine O'Reilly, song. 

[3686 
J. O'Reilley, Midland, Tex. C 
170799, Dec. 28, 1907. 

I AM NEARING THOSE HEAVENLY GATES ; 

[song] by Ernest E. Hutchins. 

[3687 

E. E. Hutchins, United States. C 
161217, Sept. 3, 1907; 2 c. Jan 6, 

1908. 

I am safe with Thee ; [words by] 
James Row r e [music by] W. A. Post. 

[3688 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169785, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

I am thy harp ; song for alto or bari- 
tone with piano ace, by R. Hunting- 
ton Woodman, author of words un- 
known. [3689 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
170429, Dec. 24, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1907. 



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I AM WAITING FOR THE SUMMER TIME 

and you; lyric by Ed. Gardenier, 
music by Gns Edwards. [3690 

G. Edwards pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172106, Jau. 15, 1908. 

I AM WORKING FOR YOU, SWEETHEART; 

words by Mary Frances Abbey, mu- 
sic by Madden music co. [3691 
M. F. Abbey, Springfield, 111. C 
169916, Dec. 19, 1907. 

I 'AVEN'T COME TO THAT I SEZ, NOT YET, 

I sez; written and composed by 
Arthur Wimperis and Walter Da- 
vidson. [3692 
Harry Yon Tilzer music pub. co., 
New York, N. Y. C 171200. Dec. 31. 
1907. 

I BOUND MY LUTE- STRINGS ROUND MY 

heart ; words by Robert Cameron 
Rogers, music by Gerard Barton. 

[3693 
Brietkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 170031, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1907. 

I CAN HARDLY WAIT TILL THE SUMMER 

comes ; words and music by Austin 
S. Benson. [3694 

A. S. Benson, Troy, OMo. C 
170163, Dec. 23, 1907. 

I CAN TARRY BUT A NIGHT ; [wOl'dS by] 

Mary S. B. Dana [music by] W. E. 
M. Hackleman. [3695 

W. E. M. Hackleman, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. C 170297, Dec. 23, 1907. 

I'd guess you; [from] Funabashi, 

lyric by Carolyn Wells, music by 

Safford Waters. [3696 

Helf & Hager co., New York, 

N. Y. C 171741, Jan. 9, 1908. 

I'd like to be your affinity, you 
certainly look good to me; w01*ds 
by Vincent Bryan, music bv Harry 
Von Tilzer. [3697 

H. Von Tilzer music pub. co., 
New York, N. Y. C 171989, Jan. 13, 
1908. 

I'd like to hear that strain again ; 

composed by Thos. F. Harrison. 

song. [3698 

T. F. Harrison, Marco, Fla. C 

170774, Dec. 28, 1907. 

I'd rather be a farmer than a sol- 
dier; lyric by Wm. J. Wilson, music 
by J. S. Zamecnik. [3699 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 170134, Dec. 21, 1907. 



Ed rather be a lemon than a grape 
fruit; comic song, words by Harry 
Williams, music by Egbert Van Al- 
styne. [3700 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 171838, Jan. 11, 
1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1908. 

Ed rather be a lobster than a 
Wise guy; [from] Playing the 
ponies lyric by Edward Madden, 
music by Theodore Morse. [3701 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 170913, Dec. 26, 
1907. 

I DIN UNGDOMS DAGAR ; [WOl'dS by] J. 

B. [music by] J. A. Hultman. [3702 
J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170347, Dec. 23, 1907. 

I DO NOT LOVE THEE, I ADORE ; SOng 

with piano ace. [words by] Robert 
Cariveau [music by] Arthur Bergh, 
op. 11. no. 1, alto or baritone ; no. 
2, soprano or tenor. [3703-3704 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 171525, 171526, Jan. 3, 1908. 

I FEAR NO PERILS OF THE DEEP ; WOl'dS 

by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Walter 
A. Phillips. [3705 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 171054, Dec. 30, 1907. 

I GOT TO SEE DE MINSTREL SHOW ; WOl'dS 

bv Vincent Bryan, music by Harry 

Von Tilzer.' [3706 

H. Von Tilzer music pub. co., New 

York, N. Y. C 171202, Dec. 31, 1907. 

I HEARD THE VOICE OF JESUS SAY; Of- 

fertory for tenor or in F, with pi- 
ano or organ ace, by John Hyatt 
Brewer, words bv Horatius Bonar. 

[3707 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
170119, Dec. 21, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 
1907. 

I KNEW THAT SOMETHING WAS COMING 

to me ; words by Jack Mahoney, 

music by Harry Von Tilzer. [3708 

H. Von Tilzer music pub. co., New 

York, N. Y. C 171201, Dec. 31, 1907. 

I know ; [words & music by] Sarah 

F. Carter. [3709 

S. F. Carter, Brooklvn, N. Y. C 
170580, Dec. 27, 1907. 

I KNOW THEY'LL FIND ROOM FOR YOU J 

words and music bv Chas. E. Baer. 

[3710 
Alpha music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170312, Dec. 23, 1907. 



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163 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



I i.vv my sins on Jesus: [words by] 
Horn tins Bonar [music by] Wollen- 
haupt, arr. by Emil Larson. [3711 
Engberg-Holmberg pub. co., Chi- 
cago, 111. C 169705, Dec. 16, 1907. 

I LIKE TO DO THINGS IN MY OWN WAY; 

written and com posed by E. W. 
Rogers. [3712 

Shapiro, Von Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 171664, Jan. 7, 
1908. 

I live for you alone : words by Rich- 

ard Henry Buck, music by Sandy 

Engelke. [3713 

Welch & Wilsky, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 171352, Jan. 2, 190S. 

I'll be there, by His grace; [words 

by] Mrs. C. D. Martin [music by] 

W. StiUman Martin. [3714 

Hall-Mack co„ Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170095, Dec. 16, 1907. 

I'll love you just the same; words 
bv Leighton and Leighton, music by 
Harry A. Ellis. [3715 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 169629, Dec. 9, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

Ill never tell (Das sag' i net) ; song 
with English and German text, by 
Adolf Korsten, jr., op. 8. English 
version by Alice Mattullath. alto 
in G. [3716 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170534, Dec. 26, 1907. 

I'll take a New York girl for mine ; 

words by Warren S. Cornock, music 

by Max Levinson. [3717 

Cornock & Levinson, New York, 

N. Y. C 169842, Dec. 16, 1907. 

I long for thee ; composed by Jas. I. 
Parisho. song. [3718 

J. I. Parisho, Archer, Nebr. C 
170810, Dec. 28, 1907. 

I look to Thee; [words by] E. E. 
Hewitt [music by] W. A. Post. 

[3719 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169767. Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

I LOST GEORGIE IN TRAFALGAR SQUARE ; 

written and composed by Harry Cast- 
ling and Chas. Collins. [3720 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 171306, Jan. 2, 1908. 

I love Him ; [words by] S. H. Hadley 
[music by] S. C. Foster. [3721 

Hackleman music co., Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. C 170282, Dec. 23, 1907. 



I LOVE THEE AS IN DAYS OF YORE ; WOl'dS 

by Anna Sholberg Haugen, music 
by John Martin. [3722 

A. S. Haugen, Bellingham, Mass. 
C 156981, July 13, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1907. 

L LOVED YOU THEN, I LOVE YOU STILL; 

words by Dave Reed, music by 
Ernest R. Ball. [3723 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 171491, Jan. 3, 1908. 

I'm a poor sinner; [words by] A. R. 
H. [music by] Robert Harkness. 

[3724 
Chas. M. Alexander, Chicago, 111. 
C 171954, Jan. 13, 1908. 

I'm a-running after Nancy; [from] 
Lonesome town, by Dave Reed, hotel 
orch. no. 122. 8vo. [3725 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 172134, Jan. 9, 1908 : 2 c. Jan. 
10, 1908. 

I'm afraid to come home in the dark ; 
words by Harry Williams, music by 
Egbert Van Alstyne. [3726 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 170366, Dec. 24, 
1907. 

I'm coming home ; words and music 
[by] Frank C. Huston. [3727 

F. C. Huston, Indianapolis, Ind. 
C 169906, Dec. 19, 1907. 

I'm going there; [words and music 
by] C. Austin Miles. [3728 

Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170096, Dec. 16, 1907. 

I'm going through, Jesus; arr. by 
Mrs. John T. Benson, song. [3729 
John T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. 
C 172108, Jan. 15, 1908. 

I'm leaving Monte Carlo; written by 

Worton David and Percy Edgar, 

composed by Kenneth Lyle. [3730 

Monte Carlo pub. co., London, 

England. C 171803, Jan. 10, 1908. 

I'm longing for a message from you; 
words and music by Russell W T ebb. 

[3731 

Webb Rockefeller Miller, Chicago, 

111. C 162493, Sep. 23, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 6, 1908. 

I'm looking for a little girl worth 

while; [from] The Sunny side of 

Broadway, words by June Stone and 

Boyle Woolfolk, music by Boyle 

Woolfolk. [3732 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 170567, Dec. 27, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 



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I'm pleading for you; [words by] Ada 

R. Haberslion, [music by] Robert 

Harkness. [3733 

Chas. M. Alexander, Chicago, 111. 

C 171950, Jan. 13, 1908. 

I NEVER HAD A FACE LIKE THAT; a 

photographic complaint by Edward 

Laska and Edgar Anatol. [3734 

Broadway music pub. co., New 

York, N. Y. C 169693, Dec. 16, 1907. 

I sought the Lord ; Psalm 34 : 5, 7-9 

[music by] E. L. Ashford. [3735 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

170938, Dec. 30, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 30, 

1907. 

I TOLD HER THAT I LOVED HER LIKE A 

man ; words by James Oscar Stod- 
dard, music by Raymond Ray. [3736 
J. O. Stoddard, Chelsea, Iowa. C 
165634, Oct. 28, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 19, 
1907. 

I ungdomens var ; [words by] J. B. 
[music by] J. A. Hultman. [3737 
J. A. Hultman. Worcester. Mass. 
C 170321, Dec. 23, 1907. 

I've been discharged by them all ; 

[from] Funabashi, words and music 

by Safford Waters. [3738 

Helf & Hager co., New York, N. Y. 

C 171943, Jan. 13, 1908. 

I've found a friend ; [words by] James 
G. Small [music by] W. E. M. 
Hackleman. [3739 

W. E. M. Hackleman. Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. C 170293, Dec. 23, 1907. 

I want a Gibson man ; song, by Ed- 
ward Madden. [3740 
Jerome H. Renrick & co., New 
York. N. Y. C 109796. Nov. 1. 1907 ; 
2 c. Oct. 31, 1907. 

I want someone to love me; words 
by Ralph Bellinger, music by Ray- 
mond Ray. [3741 
R. Bellinger, Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
176155, July 1, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 4, 
1908. 

I WANT TO BE A MERRY, MERRY WIDOW ; 

words by Edward Madden, music by 
Theodore Morse. [3742 

F. B. Haviland pub. co.. New 
York, N. Y. C 170915, Dec. 30, 
1907. 

I WILL COME AND MEET YOU PAPA? 

composed bv B. A. Hunter, song. 

[3743 
B. A. Hunter, Los Angeles, Cal. 
C 170753, Dec. 28, 1907. 



I will not be afraid; [anthem by] 

Carl Heinrich. (Octavo church 

music no. 291). [3744 

Wm. Maxwell music co., New 

York, N. Y. C 169165, Dec. 10, 1907. 

I will not fear ; [words by] Chas. J. 
Butler [music by] Jno. R. Sweney. 

[3745 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa., 

in renewal for 14 years from Jan. 2, 

1908. C 169453, Dec. 14, 1907: 2 c. 

Dec. 20, 1907. 

I will trust; [words by] Jno. R. 
Clements [music by] W. S. Weeden. 

[3746 
W. S. Weeden, New York, N. Y. 
C 171693, Jan. 3, 190S. 

I wish I had a girl; words by Gus 
Kahn, music by Grace Le Roy. 

[3747 
Thompson music co., Chicago, 111. 
C 171563, Jan. 4, 190S. 

I WONDER WILL IT RAIN TODAY: WOrdS 

and music by L. M. Robinson, arr. 
by J. H. Daudy. [3748 

L. M. Robinson, Hollv Grove, Ark. 
C 139806, Jan. 14, 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1908. 

I WOULD BE A WITNESS TRUE; [wOl'dS 

by] Kate Ulnier [music by] J. E. 
Delmarter. [3749 

Hildebrand & Burnett, Roanoke, 
Va. C 171029, Dec. 30, 1907. 

ICH PREIS' IHN MEHR UND MEHR ; 

[words by] Blanche Clapper, tr. [by] 
Fr. Kaiser [music by] J. E. Del- 
marter. [3750 
Bible institute colportage ass'n, 
Chicago, 111. C 170168, Dec. 23, 
1907. 

ICH ZAHLTE SECHZEHN LENZCHEN ; lied 

aus der operette Die Siissen Griset- 
ten, text von Julius Wilhelm, 
inusik von Heinrich Bernhardt, no. 
2. [3751 

Josef Weinberger, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 171115, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

Idle Colleen; [from] Peggy Machree 
[words by] Patrick Bidwell, arr. 
and harmonized bv Michele Esposito. 

[3752 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171537, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Idle dreams ; reverie for the piano by 
R. R, Forma n. [3753 

Theo. Presser. Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170687, Dec. 28, 1907. 



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Idora park schottische; for piano 

or cabinet organ, composed by D. \\ . 

Crist. [3754 

D. W. Crist, Moultrie, Ohio. C 

169868, Dec. 30, 3907. 

IF I COULD CALL THE YEARS BACK [ 

words and music by Isabel Stewart 
North, in D. [3755 

I. S. North. Bradford. Pa. C 
171637, Dec. 31, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 19. 
1907. 

If I were a sunbeam ; [words by] 

Jerome McCanley [music by] W. E. 

M. Hacklemau. [3756 

W. E. M. Hackleman, Indianapolis. 

Ind. C 170291. Dec. 23, 1907. 

IF WE PRACTICED WHAT WE PREACH ; 

[words] by James Rowe [music] by 
De Loss Smith. [3757 

De Loss Smith, Des Moines, Iowa. 
C 171606, Jan. 6, 190S. 

If you would only stop to think : 
[words] by James Rowe [music] by 
De Loss Smith. [375S i 

De Loss Smith, Des Moines. Iowa. 
C 171 C02, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Illioxa (The) : two step, by F. & H. 
Rehfuss. pf. [3759 

F. & H. Rehfuss, Ackley, Iowa. C 
170462, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Im lexkbaren ; text von Paul Spanier, 
musik von Harry Hauptmann. [3760 
Virgil-verlag, Berlin, Germanv. 
C 171150, Dec. 31, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, i 
1907. 

IM LEXKEAREX LUFTSCHIFF ; mai'SCll 

des luftschiffer-bataillons, von Felix 
Nowowiejski, ausgabe fur piano- 
forte. [3761 
Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magde- 
burg, Germany. C 171130, Dec. 31, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

Im oriextalischen cafe ; humor- 

istische skizze, von Rob. Yollstedt 

[fur orchester]. 8vo. [3762 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, Ger- | 

many. C 169085, Dec. 10, 1907 : 2 c. 

Dec. 9, 1907. 
Imperator (The) ; march and two 

step [by] H. A. Yandercook. 8vo. 

band. [3763 i 

Dixie music house, Chicago, 111. 

C 171073, Dec. 16, 1907 : 2 c. Jan. 8, 

1908. 
march [by] H. A. Yandercook. 

Svo. orch. ' [3764 

Dixie music house, Chicago, 111. 

C 170631, Dec. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, j 

1908. I 



Impromptu a la Hoxgroise ; for piano 
duet by Paul La come. [3765 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170377, Dec. 24. 1907. 

Ix a German garden; waltz for piano 
and organ by M. W. Butler. [3766 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co.. 
Sedalia, Mo. C 169657, Dec. 16, 1907. 

In a vine clad cottage by the sea ; 
words by Adam Affolter, music by 

A. D. Magbee. [3767 
Magbee music pub. co., Pittsburg. 

Pa. C 171638, Dec. 19, 1907. 

In an old garden ; graceful dance for 

piano by Carl Wilhelm Kern, op. 63 

no. 2. [3768 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170416, Dec. 24, 1907. 

In April ; concert valse song, words 

by John P. Wilson, music by Anton 

Heindl. [3769 

Thiebes-Stierlin music co., St. 

Louis, Mo. C 171362, Jan. 2, 1908. 

In Baraca's sweet vale; [words by] 
E. E. Hewitt [music by] W. A. Wil- 
liams. [3770 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169784, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

In beauteous May (In schonen mai) ; 

idyl by Heinrich Lichner, op. 87, 

piano, edited by H. Lichter. [3771 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 189307, Dec. 11, 1907. 

In days gone by ; [song] by Byron 
Dawson. [3772 

B. Dawson, Maitland, Mo. C 
164319, Oct. 11. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 6, 
1908. 

In der gondel; Italienische serenade, 
fur pianoforte zu 4 handen, von G. 
Torelli. (Die Kleinen virtuosen no. 
16). [3773 

Eisoldt & Rohkrarner, Berlin, 
Germany. C 169997, Dec. 20, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 21, 1907. 

In der muhle ; liebesgluck [ged. von] 

B. A. Baer, rnannerchor von Karl 
Schauss. Svo. [3774 

K. Schauss, Wiesbaden, Germany. 
C 170608, Dec. 28, 1907. 

In dreamland ; for cello and piano by 

W. H. Squire. (Petits Morceaux 

no. 3). [3775 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170985, Dec. 30, 1907. 



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Im fair Castile; for the piano by 
Franz C. Bornschein. [3776 

Theo. Pressor, Philadelphia, Pa., 
C 170391, Dec. 24, 1907. 

In fair Seville ; trio, women's voices 
[music by] G. Pierne, arr. by 
Charles S. Elliot. (Octavo series 
... no. 361). [3777 

Arthur P. Schmidt. Boston, Mass. 
C 171511, Jan. 3, 190S. 

In good old Germany; lyrics by Sam 

H. Sylvester and Geo. W. Reynolds, 

music by Arthur W. Lange. [3778 

Sylvester & Lange, New York, N. 

Y. C 171452, Dec. 26, 1907. 

In life's garden blooms no fairer 
flower than you; words by Marie 
Harris, music bv Harry J. Norton. 

[3779 
Henry Krev music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 170591, Dec. 27, 1907. 

In May time; waltz by C. M. Zieh- 
rer. pf. [3780 

L. D. Lasselle, Boston, Mass. C 
170596, Dec. 27, 1907.. 

In memory ; a love song, words by 

John Keinble, music by Alfred J. 

Doyle. [3781 

Gordon music pub. co., New York, 

N. Y. C 170453, Dec. 26, 1907. 

In ole Kentuck; characteristic 

march [by] Edward Hazel. 8vo. 

band. [3782 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. C 171014, Dec. 30, 1907. 

In review ; military march for piano 
bv Carl Wilhelm Kern, op. 63 no. 1. 

[3783 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170411, Dec. 24, 1907. 

In sunny Spain; song for baritone, 
by Emil Biermann. [3784 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170241, Dec. 23, 1907. 

In that beautiful land of song; 
composed by Montana Belle, song. 

[3785 
M. Belle, Helena, Mont. C 17078S, 
Dec. 28, 1907. 

In that day; anthem for Christmas 
[music by] Daniel Protheroe. 
(Sacred quartets and choruses no. 
500). Svo. [3786 

G. M. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. C 

170732, Dec. 28, 1907. 



In the bay; barcarole for pianoforte 

by Arthur Norton Wright. [3787 

Oh. Avison, ltd., London, England. 

C 169590, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

14, 1907. 

In the convent garden; (In St. 
Leonardi klostergarten) ; fur eine 
singstimme mit Klavierbegleitung, 
von Eugen Haile, op. 4 no. 1, fur 
mittetstimme. (Lieder und ges- 
iiuge). [3788 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 17025,6, Dec. 23, 1907. 

In the field where the daisies 
grew ; a martial ballad [words by] 
Geo. Graff, jr. [music by] Theo. H. 
Northrop. [3789 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 170138, Dec. 21, 1907. 

In the garden; song, high voice in 

G, words by Charlotte Becker, 

music by Victor Harris. [3790 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 169383, Dec. 12, 1907. 

— — "part-song for men's voices w T ith 
tenor solo obligato [words by] 
Charlotte Becker [music by] Victor 
Harris. (Octavo edition no. 11769). 

[3791 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 170586, Dec. 27, 1907. 

In the great unknown; song, words 
by Mackenzie Fairfax, music by 
Guy d' Hardelot. no. 2 in C minor. 

[3792 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171183, Dec. 31, 1907. 

In the land eeyond the gloaming; 
[words by] Rev. E. E. Higley 
[music by] Chas. II. Marsh. [3793 
Ohas. H. Marsh & E. E. Higley, 
Winona Lake, Ind. C 169912, Dec. 
19, 1907. 

In the night (Dans la nuit) ; song 
with piano ace, English version by 
Rosa Newmarch, traduction fran- 
chise de Amedee Boutarel [music 
by] Jean Sibelius, op. 38 no. 3. 
[key of F]. [3794 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 171798, Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

(Sommernacht) ; [ged. v.] Sy- 

dow, English version by Percy Pin- 
kerton [music by] Leop. Karlinsky. 
(Seven songs no. 5). [3795 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London, England. C 171690, 
Jan. 8, 1908. 



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1(>7 



nos. G-0, Feb.. 190S 



IH THE SECRET OF HlS PRESENCE; 

[words by] Ellen Goreh [music byl 
W. E. M. Hackleman. [3796 

W. E. M. Hackleman, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. C 170301, Doc. 23, 1907. 

In the secret place; Psalm 91, sa- 
cred song with pf. ace, music by 
Joseph A. Michel. [3797 

J. A. Michel. Denver, Colo. C 
170442, Dec. 20, 1907. 

In the service of our King ; [words 
by] Lizzie DeArmond [music by] 
P~. A. Williams. [379S 

W. A. Post. Svracuse, N. Y. C 
1097G9. Dec. 17. 1007; 2 c. Dec. IS, 
1907. 

In the silence holy; [words by] 

Palmer Hartsoush [music by] J. H. 

Fillmore. [3799 

Fillmore bios, co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. C 170990. Dec. 30, 1907. 

In the valley where the sunshine 

never dies ; composed by W. D. 

Goode. song. [3S00 

TV. D. Goode, Indianapolis, Ind. 

C 170S24, Dec. 28, 1907. 



In the wood (waldeinsamkeit) ; fur 
eine singstimme mit klavierbeglei- 
tung, von Eugen Haile, for lnittel- 
stimme (lieder und gesanse). 

[3801 
Luckhardt & B elder. New York, 
N. Y. C 170260, Dec. 23, 1907. 

In Thee I put my trust : anth'em, 
mixed voices, violin obi. ad lib., mu- 
sic adopted from Beethoven by S. C. 
L'mlauf. (Octavo edition no' 2S6), 

[3S02 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 169696, Dec. 16, 1907. 

In this hour of softened splendour ; 
serenade for men's voices, poetry 
by Miss Horace Smith, music by 
Ciro Pinsuti, arr. by John E. West. 
(The Orpheus no. 425). Svo. [3S03 
Xovello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169242, Dec. 11, 1907. 

In Tokio: words and music by R. K. 
Colville. [3804 

Luckhardt & Belder, New Tork, 
N. Y. C 170242, Dec. 23, 1907. 

In van preghi; poesia di Gabriele 
d'Annunzio, musica di F. Paolo 
Tosti. soprano o mezzo-sopr o ten- 
ore, 112139. (Quattro canzoni di 
Amaranta no. 3 ) . [3805 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
171174, Dec. 31, 1907. 



[nspiration; overture [by] Al Hayes. 
Svo. orch. [3S06 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171019, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Interrupted (An) song; written by 

Arthur Helliar, composed by Willie 

Rouse. [3807 

Reynolds & co., London, England. 

C 1710SS, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Into His image; [words by] E. R. 
Latta [music by] Wm. J. Kirkpat- 
rick. [3808 

W. J. Kirkpatrick, Philadelphia, 
Pa., in renewal for 14 years from 
Jan. 2. 1908. C 171779, Dec. 31, 
1907. 

Ireland forever ; sketch by W. H. 
Myddleton, op. 46 [for band]. 
(Boosev's military journal no. 4). 

[3809 
W. H. Myddleton, London, Eng- 
land. C 168960, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Ireland's flag of green ; words by 

Keller Mack, music by Frank 

Orth. [3810 

Mack & Orth, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 169846, Dec. IS, 1907. 

Is that love? by Sadie Clark, song. 

[3811 
M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
N. Y. C 170130, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Island (The) of love; [from] Funa- 

bashi. words and music by Safford 

Waters. [3812 

Helf & Hager co., New York, 

N. Y. C 172058, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Isle (The) of kiss, cuddle and coo; 
words by Paul West, music by John 
W. Bratton. [3S13 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 92926, Apr. 17, 1905; 2 c. 
Dec. 17, 1907. 

It has been a long time since we 

met ; composed by Elizabeth Lester, 

song. [3814 

E. Lester. Galena, 111. C 170830, 

Dec. 28, 1907. 

It's my manner, it's my way; by Ray 

A. Harris, song. [3S15 

R. A. Harris, North Windham, 

Conn. C 167714, Nov. 25, 1907 ; 2 c. 

Dec. 20, 1907. 

It's of a sailor bold; [song] edited 
by Cecil J. Sharp. [3816 

Xovello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169253, Dec. 11, 1907. 



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It's the same moon a-shining, 

shining for you and me; words by 

Wm. Finzel, music by Geo. H. Fin- 

zel. [3817 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 160558, Dec. 16, 

1907. 

It takes a man to be a sailor ; 

words by W. S. Lynch, music by 

P. F. Brady. [381S 

W. S. Lynch & P. F. Brady. New 

York, N. Y. C 170674, Dec. 28, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1907. 

Ivah waltz ; [by] Bert S. Elliott, pf. 

[3819 
B. S. Elliott, Washington, D. C. 
C 172029, Jan. 13, 190S. 
Iyanhoe; a romantic opera, adapted 
from Sir Walter Scott's novel by 
May Byron, music by C. Hutchins 
Lewis, vocal score. 8vo. [3820 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 
England. C 168950, Dec. 9, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 
Ivy (The) green; words by Charles 
Dickens, music bv Edward H. Tif- 
fany. [3821 
E. H. Tiffany, Alexandria. On- 
tario, Canada. C 170176, Dec. 23, 
1907. 
J'ai tout oublie; extrait de son petit 
frere, paroles d' Andre Barde, mu- 
sique de Charles Cuvillier. [3822 
Enoch & cie., Paris, France. C 
170637, Dec. 28, 1907. 
J. K. march; two step, composed by 
Samuel H. Speck, pf. [3823 
Globe music co., New York, N. Y. 
C 170558, Dec. 27, 1907. 
Jag ar ett litet lyckligt lamm : 
[words by] J. B. [music by] J. A. 
Hultman. [3824 
J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170352, Dec. 23, 1907. 
Je chante, je pleure; paroles de Ar- 
mand Foucher ; musique de Ch. Bo- 
rel-Clerc. [3825 
G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
171170, Dec. 31, 1907. 
Jehovah answers thee; Psalm, XX 
1-6; [music by] H. W. Porter. 

[3S26 
Tullar-Meredith, New York, N. Y. 
C 170460, Dec. 26, 1907. 
Jennie polka; [by] Webb-de Ville. 
Svo. band. [3827 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170476, Dec. 26, 1907. 
■ for B flat baritone or trom- 
bone. [3828 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170543, Dec. 26, 1907. 



Jennie polka — Continued. 

for orchestra. Svo. [3829 

Carl Fischer, New York. N. Y. C 
170956, Dec. 30, 1907. 



■■ no. 1, E flat clarinet and 

piano; no. 2, piccolo and piano; no. 
3, cornet and piano. [3830-3832 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170535-170537, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Jericho (The) walls are falling; 
[words by] Mrs. C. D. Martin [mu- 
sic by] W. Stillman Martin. [3833 
Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170091, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Jessie May; waltz, by Alfred Field- 
house, pf. [3834 
W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 
170424, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Jesus ; [words by] Fanny J. Crosby 
[music by] Jno. R. Sweney. [3835 
Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa., in 
renewal for 14 years from Jan. 2, 
1908. C 169461, Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1907. 

Jesus calls you; [words by] E. E. 
Hewitt [music bv] W. A. Post. 

[3836 

W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 

169774, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 

1907. 

Jesus is the way; [words by] Mrs. 

C. D. Martin [music by] W. Still 
man Martin. [3837 

Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170092, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Jesus tells of living water ; [words 
& music by] James D. Barnitz. 

[3838 
J. D. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170068, Dec. 20, 1907. 
Jesus vill hafva barnen; [song by] 
J. A. Hultman. [3839 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170340, Dec. 23, 1907. 
Jimmy Clancy; words by H. O. Col- 
lins, music by Louis Leo Howard. 

[3840 

L. L. Howard, Bozeman, Mich. C 

170262, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Jolie (La) boiteuse : paroles de 

Briallet & Leo Lelievre, musique de 

D. Berniaux. [3841 
Mayol, Paris, France. C 169S15, 

Dec. 18, 1907. 
Jolly (The) miller; descriptive 
[by] Aubrey Stauffer, op. 20, no. 11. 
mand. solo. [3842 

C. D. Smith, Chicago, 111. C 
171407, Jan. 2, 1908. 



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110s. 0-!), Feb., 1908 



Jolly (The) ploughboy; [song J edit- 
ed by Cecil J. Sharp. [3S43 
Novello & CO., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169246, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Jolly (The) postman; march, by 
Will M. S. Brown, pf. L3S44 

Brown & Edwards music co., Wil- 
mington, Del. C 170S47, Dec. 30, 
1907. 

Jolly (The) sleighride party (Eine 
heitere scnlittenpartie) ; by F. X. 
Chwatal, op. 103, piano 4 bands, 
fingered and revised by Hans T. 
Seifert. [3S45 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 171078, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Jolly (The) widow; waltz by Franz 
Lehar, arr. by Louis Tocaben, for 
piano, 2 mandolins, mandola and 
guitar. [3S46 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170510, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Joseph, James and John; [from] Mr. 
Pipp from Pippsburg, lyrics by J. 
Cheever Goodwin, music by Win. 
Frederick Peters. [3847 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 171381, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Joyfulness ; by Frederick A. Williams, 

op. 64, piano pieces without octaves 

■ no. 1. ' [3848 

G. Schirmer. New York, N. Y. C 

169739, Dec. 17, 1907. 

June flowebs ; a fancy for piano, by 

Chas. Edward Cone, op. 9. [3849 

Lagatree music pub. co., Detriot, 

Mich. C 171389, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Just a band of gold ; words and music 
by Stickley and Watkins. [3850 

Stickler & Watkins, Maysville, 
Ky. C 171727, Dec. 26, 1907. 
Just a cheery smile; song and cho- 
rus, by Lottie Laurie McCall. [3S51 
L. L. McCall, New Orleans, La. 
C 170151, Dec. 23, 1907. 
Just a little girl alone; composed 
by Mary Lou Moran. song. [3852 
M. L. Moran, Pittsburg, Pa. C 
170752, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Just a smile from her ; composed by 

E. R. Kuehn. song. [3S53 

E. R. Kuehn. New York, N. Y. C 

170802, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Just a touch of the rainbow ; lyrics 

by G. A. Walter, jr., music by A. O. 

Olmsted. [3854 

A. O. Olmsted, Green Bay, Wis. 

C 171677, Jan. 8, 1908. 

28929—08 4 



Just a view of Canaan ; [words by] 

J. Sala Lelaud [music by] J. F. 

Lane. [3855 

J. Sala Leland, Uniontown, Pa. 

C 169676, Dec. 16, 1907. 

j Just because he couldn't sing, Love 
me and the world is mine; by Bert 
FitzGibbon, key of F, vocal orch. 962. 

[3856 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 171045, Dec. 30, 1907. 

| Just because i've learned to love 

you; words by Morris S. Silver, 

music by Percy Wenrich. [3857 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 

C 169623, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Just Mary; composed by Priscilla R. 
Maw. song. [3858 

P. R. Maw, S. Wallingford, Va. 
C 170S23, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Just some one; [song from] Lone- 
some town, by Will R. Anderson. 

[3859 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 156800, July 11, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 17, 1907. 
Justice ; an eight-part unaccom- 
panied part song, words by George 
Herbert, music by Joseph W. G. 
LTathaway, op. 24. (Novello's part- 
song book no. 1026.) Svo. [3860 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 168954, Dec. 9, 1907. 
Kammervirtuos (Der) ; lied aus der 
operette Die siissen grisetten, text 
von Julius Wilhelm, musik von 
Heinrich Reinhardt, no. 3. [3861 
Josef Weinberger, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 171116, Dec. 31, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1G07. 
Kankakee ; words and music by S. M. 
Hawk. [3862 
S. M. Hawk, Kankakee, 111. C 
170S54, Dec. 30, 1907. 
Karg-Elert (Sigfrid) Suite en La 
niiueur d'apres Georges Bizet, fur 
orchester, op. 21, partitur. Svo. 

[3863 
Carl Simon, musikverlag, Berlin, 
Germany. C 170571, Dec. 27, 1907. 
Kate Kavanagh ; words and music by 
Harry Dacre. [3864 

Nightingale & co., London, Eng- 
land. C 169S97, Dec. 19, 1907. 
Kathleen Mavourneen ; words by 
Mrs. Crawford, music by F. N. 
Crouch, edited by Hayden Coffin. 

[3865 
Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London, 
England. C 170899, Dec. 30, 1907. 



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Keep in Step; march by Geo. L. 
Spaulding [for piano]. [3866 

Tlieo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170684, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Keep your eye on my girl; [from] 
Mr. Pipp from Pippsburg, lyric by 
Harold Atteridge, music by Wm. 
Frederick Peters. [3867 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 171380, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Kennst du das land (Know'st thou 
the laud) ; German song, high 
[voice], with piano ace. by W. H. 
Neidlinger, poem by Goethe. [3868 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169751, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Kentucky; a novelette, march and 
two step, by Justin Riugleben. pf. 

[3869 
Seminary music co., New York, N. 
Y. C 169873, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Kerry (The) dance; trio, women's 
voices [music by] J. L. Molloy, arr. 
by Frank Lynes. (Octavo series 
... no. 387). [3870 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 171513, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Killarney; by M. W. Balfe, arr. [for 
cornet and piano] by W. Paris 
Chambers. 4to. [3871 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 168290, Nov. 30, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

Kilties (The) ; march [by] Gilliland. 
8vo. band. [3872 

E. F. Seitz, Glen Rock, Pa. C J 

170011, Dec. 20, 1907. 

I 

Kinder (Die) von Goles ; [from] The { 
Eternal Jew, words by S. Smulewitz, j 
music by J. Brody. [3873 

Theodore Lohr, New York, N. Y. 
C 171061, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Kindergarten dance. Indian arr.. by 
Madge E. Weinland. pf. [3874 

M. E. Weinland, Chicago, 111. C 
171587, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Kindness ; [words by] W. Franklin | 
Wilmot, [music by] May Walton i 
Kent. [3875 

M. W. Kent, Chicago, 111. C 
169844, Dec. 18, 1907. 

King auto; intermezzo, by J. Mahlon 
Duganne. pf. [3876 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 169919, Dec. 19, 1907. ! 



King gold; solo for bass or baritone, 

words and music by Wm. M. Traf- 

ton. [3877 

United music co., Providence, R. I. 

C 171067, Dec. 30, 1907. 

King of glory; [words by] Ada R. 

Habershon [music by] Robert Hark- 

ness. [3878 

Chas. M. Alexander, Chicago, 111. 

C 171953, Jan. 13, 1908. 

; King of rags ; oddity, by Sherman 

Swisher, pf. [3879 

J. Everett Mehrer, jr., Atlantic 

City, N. J. C 172157, Jan. 15, 1908. 

King (The) of Ram Cat alley; com- 
posed by Walter B. Cullum. song. 

[3880 
W. B. Cullum, Moundsville, W. 
Ya. C 170807, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Kiowa; words by Wm. A. Phelon, 
music by Paul H. Bush. [3881 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 169918, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Kirchner (Theodor) Album leaves 
(Albumblatter) ; for pianoforte 
solo, op. 7, mit fingersatz versehen 
von Otto Klauwell. [3882 

J. Rieter-Biedermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 169999, Dec. 20, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 21, 1907. 

Kiss (A) ; words and music by Daisy 
McGeoch, in E flat. [3883 

Leonard & co., London, England. 
C 169965, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Kiss's (A) hope (Esp&rance d'un 
baisor) ; song with piano ace. Eng- 
lish version by Rosa Newmarch, 
traduction franca ise de Amedee 
Boutarel [music by] Jean Sibelius, 
op. 13 no. 2. [key of E.] [3S84 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 171797, Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

Kissing time; march [from] A Waltz 
dream, act 2, no. 9, lyric by Joseph 
Herbert, music by Oscar Straus, arr. 
by A. Carroll Ely. [3885 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172081, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Kitten (The) ; for men's voices by 
Fritz Gambke, op. 7, no. 1, English 
version by Elisabeth M. Lockwood. 
(Breitkopf & Hartel' s choruses no. 
42.) [38S6 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 171133, Dec. 30, 1907. 






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171 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



Klauwell (Otto) Variationen ; fiber 
em walzer-thema aus Die lustige 
witwe, von Franz LeMr, fiir piano- 
forte, op. 42. [38S7 
Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard 
Hermansky) Wien, Germany. C 
171143, Dec. -31, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1907. 
Klose (Hyacinthe-Eleonore) 22 ex- 
ercises on low notes ; for clarinet, 
edited and revised by C. L. Staats. 

[33SS 
Carl Fiscber, New York, N. Y. 
C 170542, Dec. 26, 1907. 

45 exercises ; upon different com- 
binations of articulation witb 
studies of sixtbs, octaves, etc., for 
clarinet, edited and revised by C. L. 
Staats. [3SS9 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170541, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Kom som ett barn; [song by] J. A. 
Hultman. [3890 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C. 170316, Dec. 23, 1907. 

KOMM AUF UNS, Du GEIST VON OBEN ; 

[words by] Julia H. Johnston, tr. 
[by] O. Koenig [music by] F. S. 
Shepherd. [3891 

Bible institute colportage ass'n., 
Chicago, 111. C 170164, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Kopylon (A.) Deux etudes; pour 
piano, op. 60, revidiert von Wilh. 
Dugge. no. 1, F dur major; no. 2, 
Etude staccato. [3892, 3893 

Jul. Heinr-Zimmermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 171152, 171153, Dec. 31, 
1907; 2 c. each, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Krehbiel (Henry Edward) eel. Songs 

from the operas; for soprano. (The 

musicians' library.) 4to. [3894 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 

170932, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Kreutzer (R.) Etude no. 27, en Re 
inajeur ; pour violon et piano, la par- 
tie de piano par Guido Papine. (Edi- 
tion Chanot no. 1118.) [3895 
F. W. Chanot & sons, London, 
England. C 169S31, Dec. 18, 1907. 

Kroeger ( Ernest R. ) Polka gracieuse, 

op. 8, no. 6; [for piano] edited by 

Charles Kunkel. [3S96 

Kunkel bros., St. Louis, Mo. C. 

171321, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Krug (Arnold) Alia Marcio, op. 102, 

no. 2; fur pianoforte. [3897 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 

C 169601, Dec. 16, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 

1907. 



Krug (Arnold) — Continued. 

Yalsette, op. 102 no. 1 ; fiir piano- 
forte. [3S98 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 169600, Dec. 16, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1907. 

Kuhlau (Friedrich) Sonatina, op. 
88 no. 1 ; fdr piano, revision, phras- 
ing and fingering by Hans T. Sei- 
fert. [3899 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
1704S2, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Kunkel (Charles) Impromptu; for 
the piano. [3900 

Kunkel bros., St. Louis, Mo. C 
171254, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Lack (Theodore) Cabaletta ; for 

piano, revised and fingered by Paul 

Ambrose. [3901 

J. H. Schroeder, New York, N. Y. 

C 169441, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Polonaise, op. 46. Metrostyle, 

75343. [Pianola arr.] [3902 

Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
168637, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Tour (Un) de valse, op. 98; metro- 
style 75603. [Pianola an*.] [3903 
Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
170626, Dec. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1907. 

Lacombe (Paul) Rapsodie; sur des 
airs du pays d'Oc, op. 128 [pour 
orchestre] partition seule. Paris, 
F. Andrieu et cie. [3904 

Chandon de Brailles, Epernay, 
France. C 169992, Dec. 20, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1907. 

Ladies we love you; [from] Peggy 
Machree [words by] Patrick Bidwell, 
arr. and harmom'zed by Michele 
Esposito. [3905 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171532, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Lady (The) chauffeur; by A. Hauk, 
intermezzo arr. by Lars Sorensen for 



orchestra. 8vo. 



[3906 



Jos. Morris co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 169524, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Lady Maisry; [song] edited by Cecil 
J. Sharp. [3907 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169259, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Laggard (A) ; poem by Eunice Ward, 
music by Henry Lincoln Case. 

[3908 
Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170245, Dec. 23, 1907. 



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Laird (The) o'Oockpen; a ballad, 
words by Lady Nairne, set to music 
for chorus and orchestra by D. 
Stepheu, op. 23 [vocal score]. 
(Novello's original octavo edition). 

[3909 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169241, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Lakeside waltz ; for piano or cabinet 
organ, composed bv D. W. Crist. 

[3910 

D. W. Crist, Moultrie, Ohio. C 
169S69, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Lamna dig helt at Jesus; [words 
by] J. B. [music by] J. A. Hultman. 

[3911 
J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170341, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Langage d'amour ; paroles de M me Car- 
men Codou, musique de Jean Dere. 

[3912 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
170885, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Lange-Muller (P. E.) Serenade; 
song, English version by Percy Pink- 
erton. [3913 

Frederick Harris co., London, Eng- 
land. C 170657, Dec. 20, 1907. 

La sci ami ! lascia ch' io respiri ; poe- I 
sia di Gabriele d'Annunzio, musica 
di F. Paolo Tosti. soprano o mezzo- 
sopr. o tenore, 112137. (Quattro 
canzoni di Amaranta no. 1.) [3914 
G. Ricordi & co., Milan, Italy. C 
171172, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Last (The) day of school; composed j 
by Emma M. Hakes, song. [3915 

E. M. Hakes, Oakwood, Ohio. C 
170756, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Launcelot; composed by K. D. Gor- 
don, song. [3916 
K. D. Gordon, West Derbv, Vt. 
C 1707S0, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Laurel (The) and the rose; trio, 
women's voices, English version by 
Frederick W. Bancroft [music by] 
A. E. Grell, an*, by Frank Lynes. 
(Octavo series . . . no. 389). [3917 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 171515, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Lausche der stimme, die rufet; 
[words by] Harriette Waters, tr. 
[by] Chr. Dippel [music by] J. E. 
Delmarter. [3918 

Bible institute colportage ass'n, 
Chicago, 111. C 170169, Dec. 23, 
1907. 



Lax (Fred) arr. Fifty popular duets; 
for two B flat cornets with piano 
ace. 4to. [3919 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. A 
105170, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Lead me all the way; sacred song, 

words and music by C. S. Briggs. 

no. 1, C; no. 2, E flat; no. 3, F. 

[3920-3922 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 

Mass. C 171366-171368, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Lead on ; [words and music by] 
James D. B'arnitz. [3923 

J. D. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170059, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Lead the wanderers home; [words 
by] Alice Jean Cleator [music by] 
P. A. Williams. [3924 

W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169772, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Lead us, dear Lord ; [words by] Liz- 
zie De Armond [music by] W. A. 
Post. [3925 

W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169762, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Lefort (A.) Cauzonetta ; pour vio- 
lon, avec ace. de piano. [3926 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 
Paris, France. C 170639, Dec. 28, 
1907. 

Leftwich (Vernon) Two songs, no. 
1, Be true to me O star ; no. 2, Love's 
supremacy; words by Robert Crox- 
ton. medium. [3927 

Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London, 
England. C 170900, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Lenormand (Rene) Nouvelles valses 
serieuses; pour le piano, en 2 vol- 
umes, op. 82. 2 me volume, l re valse; 
2 me valse; 3 me valse; 4 me valse; 
5 me valse; 6 me valse. 4to. 

[3928-3933 
Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 
Paris, France. C 170649-170654, 
Dec. 28, 1907. 

Nouvelles valses serieuses ; 2 

valses brillantes pour le piano, l er 
volume no. 7, Premiere valse bril- 
lante. 2d volume no. 7, Deuxieme 
valse brillante. [3934, 3935 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 
Paris, France. C 170641, 170462, 
Dec. 28, 1907. 



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173 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



Leschetizky (Theodor) Andante fi- 
nale, op. 13; from Lucia di Lam- 
mermoor, for piano for the left hand 
alone, revision, phrasing and finger- 
in- by Hans T. Seifert. [3936 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 1704SS, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Lesson (A) in parenthesis; [song 
by] Will A. Harding. * [3937 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171006, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Let me re your lemon coon ; words 

and music by Thos. S. Allen. [3938 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 

167073, Nov. 13, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 16, 

190S. 

S to. song. orch. [3939 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
170211, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Let me go home to California ; words 

by A. Le Prohn Cramer, music by 

Stewart Crossy. [3940 

Thiebes-Stierlin music co., St. 

Louis, Mo. C 171364, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Let's go, Peoria ; march and two step 
[by] J. E. Faltys. pf. [3941 

J. E. Faltys, Peoria, 111. C 167228, 
Nov. 7, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1907. 

Let us join our cheerful songs ; 

[words by] Isaac Watts [music by] 

T. D. Williams. [3942 

Lorenz pub. co., Davton, Ohio. C 

170933, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Liebling (Emil) Gavotte moderne; 
for the piano, op. 11. [3943 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
In renewal for 14 years from Dec. 
31, 1907. C 169464, Dec. 14, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Lied (Ein) am Rhein ; gedicht von 
Friedr. Oser, mannerchor von Carl 
Attenhof er, op. 137 no. 2. ( Choruses 
for men's voices.) Svo. [3944 

Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magde- 
burg, Germany. C 171111, Dec. 31, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

Life's radiant star; words by Mon- 
roe H. Rosenfeld, music by F. Mc- 
Kinstry. [3945 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 170106, Dec. 19, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 

Lifvets brod; [song by] J. A. Hult- 

man. [3946 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170354, Dec. 23, 1907. 



Light (The) of day; hymn anthem 
[words by] George W. Doane [music 
by] I. H. Meredith. Svo. [3947 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172001, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Light of light; words by G. Thring, 
music by Frank L. Sealy. 4to. 

[3948 
H. W. Gray co., New York, N. Y. 
C 170435, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Lilliputian parade ; march by Paul 
Ducelle, op. 16, arr. as piano duet 
by Arnoldo Sartorio. (Musical mem- 
ories no. 2.) [3949 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169469, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Limerick girl; march-two step [by] 
F. H. Losey, op. 20S. Svo. band. 

[3950 
Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. C 171270, Jan. 2, 
1908. 

Liszt (Franz) Annees de pelerinage, 
no. 2. Au lac de Wallenstadt, A flat, 
Metrostyle 75351. [Pianola arr.] 

[3951 
Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
168638, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Cantique d'amour ; from Harmo- 
nies poetiques et religieuses, for pi- 
ano, revision, phrasing and fingering 
by Hans T. Seifert. [3952 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170489, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Consolations ; [piano] edited by 

Charles F. Reddie. no. 2, Un poco 
piu mosso in E ; no. 3, Lento placido 
in D flat; no. 6, Allegretto sempre 
cantabile in E. (Ricordi editions, 
112032-112034.) [3953-3955 

G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
171165-171167, Dec. 31, 1907. 

■ Klavier-konzert no. 1 ; neue Krit- 

isch bearbeitete ausgabe von Eugen 
d' Albert, partitur fur 2 klaviere. 

[3956 

Schlesinger'sche bnch & musik- 

handlung (Rob. Lienau), Berlin, 

Germany. C 169094, Dec. 10, 1907; 

2 c. Dec. 9, 1907. 

Rhapsodie Espagnol, C sharp 

minor; Metrostvle 75611. [Pianola 
arr.] [3957 

Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
170627, Dec. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1908. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 3 



LlTEN FAGEL HOGT I LINDEN; [words 

by] J. B. [music by] J. A. Hultman. 

[3958 
J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170344, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Little boy drummer; composed by 

Walter D. Reynolds, song. [3959 

W. D. Reynolds, Bradford, Pa. C 

170828, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Little Buster Brown; by Val. J. 
Bonk, waltz, pf. [3960 

Columbia pub. co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
C 170128, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Little (The) chatterbox; by Gustav 

Saengar, op. 128 no. 3, violin and 

piano. [3961 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170707, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Little (A) cozy flat; words by Rose- 
mond McDonald, music by J. W. 
Scott. [3962 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 169626, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

Little (The) cripple; by Albert J. 
Wilson, song. [3963 

A. J. Wilson, Cranbrook, British 
Columbia, Can.. C 158023, July 29, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 13, 190S. 

Little gazelle; mazurka by Paul 
Ducelle, op. 16, arr. as piano duet 
by Arnoldo Sartorio. (Musical 
memories no. 3.) [3964 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169470, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Little girlie, who's your sweet- 
heart, darling? composed by George 
Robards. song. [3965 

G. Robards, Greenville, Miss. C 
170832, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Little Karen, do you still remember, 
English Version by Percy Pinkerton, i 
music by P. Heise. [3966 I 

Frederick Harris co., London, 
England. C 170666, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Little Madge; air de ballet, par 
Maurice Gracey [pour piano]. 
Paris, Hachette & cie. [3967 

W. Smyth, Paris, France. C ''■ 
170862, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Little (The) maid (Die kleine) ; [ged. \ 
v.] Eichendorff, English version by 
Percy Pinkerton [music by] Leop. ! 
Karlinsky. (Seven songs no. 6.) 

[3968 
Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., ! 
London, England. C 171691, Jan. 8, I 
1908. I 



Little (The) major; march [by] 
Mentor Crosse, pf. [3696 

Joseph E. Frank, Minneapolis, 
Minn. C 170050, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Little ones like me; [song by] Jno. 
R. Sweney. [3970 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa., in 
renewal for 14 years from Jan. 2, 
190S. C 169446, Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1907. 

Little pearls for little folks ; a 

series of easy . . . melodies for 

piano or organ, vol 3. 4to. [3971 

P. J. Lammers, Baltimore, Md. 

A 194252, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Little Sunshine; gavotte [by] Ed- 
ward Hazel. 1, 8vo. band. 2, 8vo. 
orch. [3972, 3973 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171001, 171015, Dec. 30, 
1907. 

Little Tiddlewinks at play; for the 
piano by Wm. Caven Barron. [3974 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171250, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Living (The) bread; [words & music 

by] Rev. Grant C. Pollock. [3975 

R. A. Jennings & Grant C. Pollock, 

Pittsburg, Pa., and McKeesport, Pa. 

C 171701, Jan. 8, 1908. 

'Liza Leech ; words by May Belfort 

and Sidney Davis, music by Maurice 

Scott. [3976 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 170177, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Lo ! God is here ; introduction to wor- 
ship [by] E. S. Lorenz. song. 

[3977 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
170936, Dec. '30, 1907. 

Loin du bal (Echoes of the ball) ; by 
E. Gillet, arr. [for flute and piano] 
by Moritz Werner. 4to. [3978 

Hinds, Noble & El dredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169357, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



[for violin and piano] by Al- 
bert E. Wier. 4to. [3979 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169330, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Lonely (A) little maid; composed 
by Lena Turner, song. [3980 

L. Turner, Toledo, Ohio. C 
170836, Dec. 28, 1907. 



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175 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



Long (The) ago; composed by Kate 

J. Harrison, song. [39S1 

K. J. Harrison, Akron, Ala. C 
170705, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Longing ; [by] Mentor Crosse, pf. 

[39S2 
Josepb E. Frank, Minneapolis, 
Minn. C 170054, Dec. 20, 1907. 

reverie'by W. H. Greene. [3983 

Kimkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. C 
171322, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Longing for childhood's days; com- 
posed by Mrs. Alto Fisher, song. 

[3984 
Mrs. A. Fisher, Plateau, Cal. C 
170S03, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Longworth ; march [by] , S. O. Fen- 
ton. Svo. band. [39S5 
Dalbev music co., La Porte, Ind. 
O 164S23, Oct 17, 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 

190S. 

Lord, God of Hosts ; hymn-anthem for 
women's voices [music] old English, 
revised, adapted and arr. by J. C. 
Macy. Svo. [3986 

White-Smith music pub co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171560, Jan. 4, 190S. 

Lord (The) hath done great things; 
anthem for harvest, . . . music by 
Henry Smart, edited by F. Flaxing- 
ton Harker. (G. Schirmers octavo 
church music no. 4848). [3987 

G. Schirmer, New York, X. Y. C 
170456, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Lord, is it I? [words by] Ina Dulby 
Ogdon, [music by] W. E. M. Hackle- 
man. [3988 
W. E. M. Hackleman, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. C 170287, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Lord (The) is my Shepherd (Der 
Herr ist mem hirte) ; sacred song 
from 23rd Psalm, English and Ger- ] 
man words, music by C. LI. IT. 
Booth, no. 1, low v. 2, high v. 

[3989, 3990 
Robin Ellis, New York. N. Y. j 
C 171203, 171204, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Psalm XXIII, sacred song by j 

Geo. Xoyes Rockwell. [3991 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170389, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Lord Jesus, when we stand afar; ! 
[mixed voices by] E. J. Fitzhugh. ! 
(Sacred music no. 210). 8vo. 

[3992 ! 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, | 

N. Y. C 170279, Dec. 23, 1907. I 



Lord now lettest Thou Thy ser- 
vant; Nunc dimittis in E flat [by] 
Robert S. Alter. Svo. [3993 

W. II. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 170036, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Lord, speak to me; [words by] 
Frances Ridley Havergal [music 
by] E. O. Sellers. [3994 

E. O. Sellers, Chicago, 111. C 
170071, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Lord we pray Thee; bass solo and 
clforus by Dingley Brown. (Sacred 
music no. 212). Svo. [3995 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170252, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Lost but found ; [words & music by] 
Jno. R. Sweney. [3996 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa., in 
renewal for 14 years from Jan. 2, 
1908. C 169457, Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1907. 

Lcst (The) chord; by Sir Arthur 
Sullivan, arr. [for cornet and piano] 
by W. Paris Chambers. 4to. [3997 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 168285, Nov. 30, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



organ by 



Henry 
[3998 
England. 



— for the 

Hudson. 

Boosey & co., London, 
C 169614, Dec. 16, 1907. 

solo for cornet or trombone [by] 

A. S. Sullivan, arr. by Franz Mahl. 
4to. orch. [3999 

Grasmuk & Schott, New York, 
N. Y. C 169645, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Lost in a Northwest blizzard ; words 

by Libby McXorth, music by W. E. 

Duffell. [4000 

L. McXorth, Cincinnati, Ohio. C 

170792, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Lotus (The) flower; English ver- 
sion by Percy Pinkerton, music by 
P. E. Lange-Muller. [4001 

Frederick Harris co., London, 
England. C 170659, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Love; [from] Mr. Pipp from Pipps- 
burg, lyrics by C. P. MacDonald, mu- 
sic by Win. Frederick Peters. [4002 
Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. C 
171379, Jan. 2, 1908. 

words by Ella Higginson, music 

by Gertrude H. Swift. [4003 

G. M. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. C 
170726, Dec. 28, 1907. 






CATALOGUE i'RKtHT ENTRIES 



pt. m. n. s.. v. 3 



Love otion; meditation by 

L. A. Dmmheller, air. 

for two mandolins and guitar. [4004 
J. s a co.. Philadelphia. Pa. 

520, Dec. 14, 19CW 

Love i'A) idyl -idyll) : [ged. 

v.] :inerstorr: h ver- 

- Pmkerton [musi: 
Leop. Karlinskv. (Seven songs 
~ [4005 

:ew. 
ltd.. London. England. C 1716S9, 
Jan. S, 1908. 

Love in Maytime : madrigal. \ro: 
Nelle Ri Zberhart. mus 

Charles Id Cadman. > 

Hatch : , Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170220, De 

Love is a dbbah waltz [by] Wm. De 
Legro. 8m orch. 

W. De I -..: & soi 
Cab C 171211, Dec. 31. 1907. 

Love is sunshine; by Bes 

song. [4008 

mith, Ark. C 
1495E 24, 1907; 2 c Jan. 9. 

1908 

pxjbss :r s 'Dg in 

E minor -rernon Charles 

iburne. mnsic bv Gerard Barton. 

[4009 

Br- Hartel New York. 

N. Y. C :~:. : , Dec. 31. 19 " 

Love lies song, composed 

Welsh ver- 
sion from the En glish by S. R. 

Jones. 1. Edition in F. 

.7. W. P. Pi :. N. Y. 

In renewal for 14 v^-ars from April 
17 -"41.* Jan. 4. 1908. 



s r tenor. 1. In A 

flat. [4011 

J. W. Price, New York. 

N. Y. In : "ei 14 vears from 

-2. Jan. 4 

1908. 

1 -»v Mrs. S 1 

Bloom. [4012 

Jerome H. Remick New 

■".:. X. Y 30G Dec 18, 

1905 

Love me: - _ Is by Githr. 

. music by F. Pa no. 

2 in A flat (original key). 112157. 

[4013 
Milan. Italv. 
7 



Love me axd the world is mine; 

i. A. White, music by 

Paul Heinrich. [4014 

H. H. Sparks. Toronto. Canada. 

C Dec. 2. 1907. 

words by 

bur Gillespie, music by Harry R. 

racher. [4015 

S tern & co.. Xew York, 

N. Y. C 172080, Jan. 14. 1908. 

Love neveb faeleth : [words from] 1 
Corinthians. 13 revised version, 
music by Frederic W. Root. [4016 

Clavton F. Summv co.. Chi: 
m. C 17022 Dec 23, 1901 

Love of mixe : words by R. A. Robson. 

musi'; by Howard Fisher, in A 

minor. [4017 

London. England. 

C 169964 Dee. 20, 1907. 

Am or mai time: 

lyrics bv Arthur J. Lamb. mus 
Albert Yon Tilzer. [401S 

York music co.. Xew York. N. Y. 
C 1716M, Jan. 6. 1908. 

Love (A) scene; nocturne by J. TV. 
Lerman. pianoforte piece. [4019 

Theo. Presser. Philadelphia. Pa. 
C 170681, r "07. 

Loved ones at ho:: Is and mu- 

sl by John Francis Myers. 

J. F. Myers. Bloominsrton. 111. C 
17( SE Dec 21. 1907. 

Lovely A dream Es war neu ein 
schoner traum) :* English version by 
Alice Mattullath [music by] Otto 
Wick, op. 31 no. 1. 

Luckhardt & Bolder. New York. 
N. Y 1907. 

Lover's The r f.ewell: composed 
Mrs. Rufus Roth. ;4022 

R. Roth. Hopbottom. Pa. C 
170797, Dec 28, 1 

Lover- tryst Stelldichein) : [ged. 
v.] Busse Palma. English version by 
y Pinkerton [music by] Leop. 
Karlinskv. (Seven songs no. 

[4023 
Hopwood & «~/rew. 
ltd.. London. En-land. C 17 
Jan. 8, : 

and music by 
Job a Hurley. 

-ton, 
Jan. 2. : 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



177 



uos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



Love's awakening; [by] Al. Pinard. 
1. Svo. orcli. 2. 8vo. band. 3. 
Cornet solo with pf. ace. 4. Trom- 
bone solo with pf. ace. [4025-4028 
H. N. White. Cleveland, Ohio. C 
170443-170446, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Love's penison ; serenade for four 
voices unaccompanied, words and 
music by Morris Bent. London, 
Novello and co., ltd. Svo. [4029 
Morris Bent. Paignton. England. 
C 169895, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Love's dream after the ball ; inter- 
mezzo by Alphons Czibulka, arr. [for 
flute and piano] by Moritz Werner 
and Louis Tocaben. 4to. [4030 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169315, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. IS, 1907. 






■ [for violin and piano] by Al- 
bert E. Wier. 4to. [4031 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York. N. Y. C 169336, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Love's golden dream ; redowa, by Geo. 
Stevens, pf. [4032 

Arnett-Delonais co., Chicago, 111. 
C 171269, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Love's golden star: reverie [by] L. 

Drumheller, arr. by Lars Sorensen. 

Svo. orch. [4033 

Jos. Morris co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 1714S7, Jan. 3, 190S. 

Love's greeting : idyll [by] Will B. 
Morrison, op. 30. pf. [4034 

Carlin & Lenox, Indianapolis, Ind. 
C 170160, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Love's message; idyl [by] Ellis 

Brooks. Svo. band. [4035 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171411, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Love's prayer ; words and music bv 
J. C. Brindmore. [4036 

J. C. Brindmore, Minneapolis, 
Minn. C 169432, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Love's rejoicing. Liebesfreuden [by] 
Edward Forester. Rev. ed. pf. 

[4037 
Kunkel brothers. St. Louis, Mo. C 
171319, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Love's roundelay; no. 7, waltz duet 
[from] A Waltz dream. Lyric by 
Joseph Herbert, music by Oscar 
Straus, arr. by A. Carroll Ely. 

[4038 
Jos. W. Stern & co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 171905, Jan. 11, 1908. 



Love's sweet lesson; [music by] W. 
E. Burnett. [4039 

W. E. Burnett, Roanoke, Ya. C 
171035, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Loyal knights ; march [by] F. H. 

Losey, op. 204. Svo. band. [4040 

Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. C 170157, Dec. 23, 

1907. 

Ltjceile two-step ; for piano or organ 

by J. W. Conn. [4041 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 

Sedalia, Mo. C 169651, Dec. 16, 

1907. 

Lucy Locket ; recreations for piano 
intro. familiar tunes, by Paul Law- 
son. [4042 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170407, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Lullaby of the old arm chair; bv 
Allie M. Bradford, [song] [4043 
Thompson music co., Chicago, 111. 
C 171311, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Lulu gray; a little love song, words 

by Kate M. Sherman, music by Emil 

Isenman. [4044 

Kate M. Sherman, Baltimore, Md. 

C 171356, Jan 2, 1908. 

Luna curtese ; serenata, canzoni pop- 
olari Napoletane, versi di Adolfo 
Genise, musica di Vincenzo Yalente. 

[4045 
G. Ricordi &c, Milan, Italy. C 
169892, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Lustige (Die) wittwe (The Merry 
Widow) ; by Franz Lehar, potpourri 
arr. by Robert Recker [for orches- 
tra]. Svo. [4046 
Leo. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
171709, Jan. S, 1908. 

Waltz, [by] Franz Lehar, 

arr. by Franz Mahl. Svo, orch. 

[4047 
Empire music co., New York, N. Y. 
C 171589, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Lycka stor; [words by] J. B. [music 
by] J. A. Hultman. [4048 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170322, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Lydinia ; words by J. Yal Bryan, mu- 
sic by Walter S* Simms. [4049 
W. S. Simms, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 171267, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Macassa (Beautiful Water) ; march, 
composed bv Emil Koeppel. pf. 

[4050 
E. Koeppel, Thorold, Ontario, 
Canada. C 171071, Dec. 31, 1907. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 3 



McConathy (Osbotjrne) ed. Stand- 



ard sougs, no. 1. Svo. 



[4051 



C. C. Birchard & co., Boston, 
Mass. A 194728, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Macdougal (Hamilton C.) Graded 
material for the left hand; for stu- 
dents of the piano, grades 2 to 4. 
(Ditson ed. no. 112). 4to. [4052 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 170717, Dec. 28, 1907. 

MacDowell (Edward Alexander) 
Concert-etude. Czardas, op. 24 no. 
4, fur violine mit klavier-begleitung, 
bearbeitet von Arthur Hartmann. 

[4053 s 
Jul. Hainauer, Breslau, Germany. 
C 171149, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1907. 

■ Traumerei ; for piano, op. 19 ho. 3. 

[4054 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170374, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Wiegenlied (Cradle song), op. 24 

no. 3 ; fur violine mit klavier-beglei- 
tung, bearbeitet von Arthur Hart- 
mann. [4055 
Jul. Hainauer, Breslau, Germany. 
C 171148, Dec. 31, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1907. 
Magic bell (Zauberglockchen) ; by 
Theodor Espen, op. 15, piano, re- 
vised and fingered by Carl Hofmann. 

[4056 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170981, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Magic (The) wand; polka caprice by 
J. W. Lerman, pianoforte piece. 

[4057 
Theo. Fresser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170680, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Magnificent (The) ; march [by] C. 
E. Duble. Svo. band. [405S 

R. F. Seitz, Glen Rock, Pa. C 
170010, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Maid (The) of the sweet brown 
knowe ; old country song, arr. by 
Herbert Hughes, no. 1 in D. [4059 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 170570, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Maiden's (The) blush; waltz [for 
piano by] L. M. Gottschalk. [4060 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170378, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Maiden's dream ( Madchentraum ) ; 
by Carl Heins, op. 176, piano compo- 
sition, edited by L. E. Orth. [4061 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171720, Jan. 8, 190S. 



Make home happy ; quartet for ladies' 
voices [words by] Mrs. J. M. Hun- 
ter [music by] A. C. Neece. [4062 
A. C. Neece, Sunset, Tex. C 
169633, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Malena; intermezzo, from The Road 

to Yesterdav [bv] Melville Ellis, arr. 

by W. C. O'Hare. 4to, orch. [4063 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 

Y. C 171044, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Malgre tout; valse chantee, paroles 

de Mary Forestier, musique de Cleon 

Triandaphyl, piano et chant. [4064 

Poulalien, Paris, France. C 

170194, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Mama take your boy and rock a bye; 
lullaby words by Estelle Clements 
Brown, music by Effie B. Henderson. 

[4065 
E. C. Brown & E. B. Henderson, 
Marengo, Iowa. C 171217, Dec. 31, 
1907. 

Mammy's li'l pigeon; [words by] 

Strickland AY. Gillilan [music by] 

J. S. Fearis. Svo. - [4066 

J. S. Fearis, Chicago, 111. C 

171699, Jan. 8, 1908. 

Man (The) ; words by Estelle Arthur, 
music by Madden music co. [4067 

E. Arthur, New York, N. Y. C 
172330, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Man (A) in a balloon; composed by 
Mrs. L. McKinley. song. [4068 

Mrs. L. McKinley. Martinsville, 
Ind. C 170761, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Mann (Der) mit den drei frauen; 
operette in drei akten von Julius 
Bauer, niusik von Franz Lehar. 
klavierauszug mit text. 4to. [4069 

Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard 
Hermansky), Vienna, Austria. C 
109598, Dec. 16, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1907. 

Manns (Jean) New method for the 
pianoforte, revised with new and 
valuable additions by Carl Eikhoff. 
American fingering. [4070 

Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, N. 
Y. C 170004, Dec. 20, 1907. 

! Manola; words by Bert Fitz Gibbon, 
music by Lou Fitz Gibbon. [4071 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 170109, Dec. 19, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1907. 

March of the juveniles ; by Carstein 
Lequarn. pf. [4072 

C. Lequarn, Aquilla, Tex. C 
171747, Jan. 9, 1908. 



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179 



Mabche CHAMPfiTRE (Rustic march) ; 

by Andrew J. Boex. Pipe organ 

music, with pedal obligate-. [4073 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

C 171580, Jan. 6, 190S. 

Mabche des aeronautes (March of 
the aeronauts) ; marche militaire 
von Charles Grelinger, op. G7, fur 
grosse streichmusik. [4074 

Fr. Fortius, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 171134, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
30, 1907. 

pour piano par Charles Grelinger, 

op. 67. [4075 

Fr. Portius, Leipzig, Germany. C 

169102, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 

1907. 
Marche militaire; [by] Franz Schu- 
bert, transcribed by Franz Liszt. 

pf. [4076 

Kunkle brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 

C 171255, Jan. 2, 1908. 
Marching home to Canaan's shore ; 

[words by] Fanny J. Crosby [music 

by] Jno. R. Sweney. [4077 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa., 

in renewal for 14 years from Jan. 

2, 1908. C 169449, Dec. 14, 1907; 

2 c. Dec. 20, 1907. 
Marching thro' Georgia; grand 

march for piano or organ by M. W. 

Butler. [4078 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 

Sedalia, Mo. C 169653, Dec. 16, 

1907. 
Marching through Georgia; grand 

march, [by] H. C. Work, arr. by E. 

Mack, edited by Hans Lichter. pf. 

[4079 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 171218, Dec. 31, 1907. 
■ two step for piano or organ by 

Smarr. [4080 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 

Sedalia, Mo. C 169650, Dec. 16, 

1907. 
words and music by Henry C. 

Work, edited and arr. by N. Clifford 

Page. [4081 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 171420, Jan. 2, 1907. 
Margis (Alfred) Yalse bleue; arr. 

[for flute and piano] by Moritz 

Werner. [4082 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 

York, N. T. C 169321, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 

2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 
[for violin and piano] by 

Albert E. Wier. 4to. [40S3 

Hinds, Noble & Eldridge, New 

York, N. Y. C 169327, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 

2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 



Maria, won't you please come over 
here; words by Dave J. Clark, mu- 
sic by Welch and Wilsky. [4084 
Welch & Wilsky, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 171353, Jan. 2, 1908. 
Mariana; caprice [by] Al Hays. 1. 
Svo. band. [4085 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171002, Dec. 30, 1907. 
Marie Cahill's dummy love song; 
words and music by Marie Cahill. 

[4086 
M. Cahill music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 161820, Sept. 13, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 26, 1907. 
Mariutch, down at Coney Isle; in- 
termezzo and two step [by] Harry 
Yon Tilzer. pf. [4087 

H. Von Tilzer music pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 171194, Dec. 31, 1907. 
Marjolaine; valse caprice, by Otto 
Muhlbaur. pf. [4088 

B. O. Marsh, Decorah, Iowa. C 
172032, Jan. 13, 1908. 
Marquise (La) et le marmiton ; conte 
galant en trios -actes de M. Louis 
xirtus, musique de M. Claude Ter- 
ra sse. partition chant et piano. Svo. 

[40S9 
Societe d'editions musicales, Paris, 
France. C 171097, Dec. 31, 1907. 
Marschner (Heinrich) Hans Hei- 
ling; bearbeitet . . . von Moritz Vo- 
gel. op. 81. (Vier leichte klavier- 
suiten nach opernmotiven no. 4). 

[4090 
P. Pabst, Leipzig, Germany. C 
109976, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 21 
1907. 
Martha ; by F. von Flotow. Fantaisie 
by J. B. Singelee, op. 67, for violin 
with piano ace, edited and fingered 
by Otto K. Schill. [4091 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
170029, Dec. 20, 1907. 
Martial echoes; march and two step 
[by] Al Bergheim. pf. [4092 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 
C 169638, Dec. 16, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 24, 
1907. 
Martin (George Dudley) Yalse inter- 
mezzo [for piano]. [4093 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170397, Dec. 24, 1907. 
Mascagni (Pietro) Intermezzo, Caval- 
leria rusticana; arr. [for cornet and 
piano] by W. Paris Chambers. 4to. 

[4094 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 168291, Nov. 30, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



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pt. in, n. 8., v. 3 



Masked (The) ball (Tutti in nias- 
chera) ; overture [by] C. Pedrotti, 
arr. by E. Boccalari. 4to. orch. 

[4095 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170477, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Master (The) is come; [words & 
music by] C. Austin Miles. [4096 
Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170090, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Manchurian intermezzo ; [for orches- 
tra by] R. Gruenwald, op. 366. 

[4097 
Cundy-Bettoney co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171278, Jan. 2, 190S. 

May song; song by H. W. B. [4098 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass., 
in renewal for 14 years from May 3, 
1907. C 170569, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Maybells ; waltz by Paul Ducelle, op. 
16, arr. as piano duet by Arnoldo 
Sartorio. (Musical memories no. 9.) 

[4099 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169476, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Mayer (Charles) Les Arpeges ; etude, 
op. 61 no. 3, for piano ; revision, 
phrasing and fingering by Hans T. 
Siefert. [4100 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170483, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Maying; song, low voice in E flat, by 
Kate Vannah [words by] Marie Van 
Vorst. [4101 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 169758, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Mazuma; [from] The Mazuma man, 
words by Ed. Rose, music by Wm. 
McKenna. [4102 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 170564, Dec. 27, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

" Mc " (A) stickin' onto his name; 
words & music by J. B. Herbert. 

[4103 
J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 111. C 
171040, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Meet me at Cheyenne Joe's ; waltz 
song [by] Eugene R. Kenney. [4104 
Edward J. McNernev, Goldfield, 
Nev. C 170928, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Meet me where the primrose grows, 
Rose; words by Sam M. Lewis, 
music by Dave Rose. [4105 

Teschner music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 170670, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 22, 1907. 



Meet mother in the skies; [words 
by] Jerome McCauley [music] arr. 
by W. E. M. Hackleman. [4106 

Hackleman music co., Indianap- 
olis, Ind. C 170284, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Mein Gott, ich hoffe auf Dich (My 
God, I trust in Thee) ; mottete nach 
dem 25 ps. [music by] Richard Sheu- 
mann, op. 12 no. 2. [4107 

A. H. F. Breuer & H. F. Aubke, 
Allegheny, Pa. C 170887, Dec. 30, 
1907. 

Meier (Marcel) Un Jour a, la cam- 
pagne ; suite chanipeLre, quatre mor- 
ceaux pour violon et piano, no. 1, 
Pastorale; no. 2, Menuet rural; no. 
3, Danse rustique ; no. 4, Le retour; 
sur les flots. [4108-^Llll 

Luckhardt-Belder. New York, N. Y. 
C 170268-170271, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Memories; [bv] Ama C. Royce. pf. 

[4112 
C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 171343, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Memories of the Nez Perces; com- 
posed by a Sister of St. Joseph, pf. 

[4113 
Sisters of St. Joseph, Slickpoo, 
Idaho. C 170154, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Memories of the past; composed by 
Mrs. S. H. McKee. song. [4114 

Mrs. S. H. McKee, Mason, Iowa. 
C 170777, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (J. L. F.) 
On wings of song (Auf fliigeln des 
gesanges) ; song transcribed by 
Franz Liszt for piano, revision, 
phrasing and fingering by Hans T. 
Seifert. [4115 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170499, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Spring song; [arr. by] Aubrey 

Stauffer, op. 22 no. 16, solo mando- 
lin, duo [stvle]. new rev. edition. 

[4116 
C. D. Smith, Chicago, 111. C 
170693, Dec. 28, 1907. 



[for flute and piano] by Mor- 

itz Werner. 4to. [4117 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169354, Dec. 11, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



bert 



— [for violin and piano] by Al- 
E. Wier. 4to. [4118 



Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169326, Dec. 11, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 



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181 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



Mexdelssohn-Bartholdy (J. L. P.) — 

Continued. 
Spring song (Friihlingslied) ; arr. 

by Mackie-Beyer. no. 1, band; no. 2, 

orchestra. [4119, 4120 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 171205, 171200, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Merry times; waltz by M. F. McVey. 
pf. [4121 

A. W. Terry & sons' music co., Se- 
dalia, Mo. C 169661, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Merry (The) widow ; intermezzo from 
Die lustige witwe (The merry wid- 
ow) by Franz Lehar, arr. as piano 
solo by Max Lenecke. [4122 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169505, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Waltz, by Franz Lehar, arr. by 

Wm. Frederick Peters, edited by 
Theron C. Bennett, pf. [4123 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 169624, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

Message (Le) des yiolettes ; paroles 
franca ises par Victor de Cottens et 
Pierre Veber, niusique par Gnstav 
Luders. [4124 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 170893, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Message (A) in the leaves ; words 
and music by Eva Adams Kennedy. 

[4125 
E. A. Kennedy, Denver, Colo. C 
170630, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Messina (J.) Medley waltz, When 
the violets whisper, Marie ; arr. for 
two mandolins and guitar. [4126 
Jos. Morris co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 169507, Dec. 14, 1907. 
Potpourri from the standard op- 
eras: arr. for two mandolins and 
guitar. [4127 
Jos. Morris co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 169511, Dec. 14, 1907. 

for violin, cornet and piano. 

Svo. [4128 

Jos. Morris co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 169523, Dec. 14, 1907. 
Meyer-Helmuxd (Erik) Ballet mu- 
sic ; [arr. by] Aubrey Stauffer, op. 
21 no. 15, solo mandolin [duo style]. 

[4129 

C. D. Smith, Chicago, 111. C 
170696, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Meyerbeer ( Giacomo ) Les Huguenots ; 

selection for 2nd violin by Gustav 

Saeuger. [4130 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170524, Dec. 26, 1907. 



Meyekijeer (Giacomo) — Continued. 
The North star; overture arr. by 
L. P. Laurendeau for band. 4to. 

[4131 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170966, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Robert le diable; selection for 

2nd violin by Gustav Saenger. 

[4132 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170546, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Mid the fields of dear old Dixie far 

away; composed by Michael F. 

Cain. song. [4133 

M. F. Cain, Cleveland, Ohio. C 

170741, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Midst the petals in your tresses ; 
song from The Pagoda of flowers, 
words by Frederick John Eraser, 
music by Amy Woodforde-Finden, 
no. 1 in A. [4134 

Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 170905, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Midsummer; [words by] John Curtis 

Underwood [music by] Mary Carr 

Moore, op. 63, no. 3, high v. [4135 

Sterling music pub. co., Seattle, 

Wash. C 169725, Nov. IS, 1907. 

Military (The) way; chorus from 

Love and war [by] Jules Jordan. 

Svo. mixed v. [4136 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 

Mass. C 171335, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Miner (The) ; English version by 
Percv Pinkerton, music by P. Heise. 

[4137 
Frederick Harris co., London, 
England. C 170664, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Miniature valse ; [by] Edouard 
Mathews, pf. [413S 

L. D. Lasselle. Boston, Mass. C 
170600, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Minnes anger (Der) ; gedicht von 
Kory Towska, fiir eine singstimme 
mit klavierbegleitung, von Paul 
Klein. [4139 

Apollo-verlag, Berlin, Germany. 
C 171142, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Minuet; deux morceaux pour piano 
par Serge Bortkiewicz, op. 5, no. 1, 
op. 5 no. 2. [4140, 4141 

Ries & Erler, Berlin, Germany. C 
169986, 169987, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
each Dec. 21, 1907. 
Miss Carnation ; words by James 
Wilson, music by Henrie Jaxon. 

[4142 
Price & Revnolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 171592, Jan. 6, 1908. 



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Miss Hook of Holland ; march on 
melodies by Paul A. Rubens, arr. by 
Dan Godfrey, pf. [4143 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. O 170369, Dec. 24, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 26, 1907. 

Mitsu Jaki; Japanese intermezzo aus 
Die gelbe gefahr, von Jul. Einods- 
liofer, fur pianoforte. [4144 

Apollo-verlag, Berlin, Germany. 
C 171138, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
30, 1907. 

Mohr (Hermann) arr. Instructive 
and melodisclie vortragsstiicken (in- 
structive and melodious piano 
duets) zu 4 Mnden ... in lneth- 
odischer folge. Oeuvre posthume. 
4to. [4145 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170255, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Mollycoddle; humorous quartet for 
men's voices, by J. C. Macy. 8vo. 

[4146 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171559, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Mon desir; morceau de salon for 

violin and piano, by Frederick E. 

Hahn, op. 4. [4147 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170388, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Monsieur; polka two step [by] Cesar 

del Castillo, arr. by Alfred Roth. 

8vo. orch. [414S 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170470, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Monster concert; overture. 8vo. 1st 

violin. [4149 

B. C. Hart & Laura Morris, New 

York, N. Y. C 167262, Nov. 12, 

1907. 

Montatjk march; two-step [for piano 
by] Frank H. Major. [4150 

Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 170305, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Monterey; words by C. P. McDonald, 
music by Wm. Frederick Peters. 

[4151 
Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 169618, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

Montmartre-lied ; aus der operette 
Die Siissen Gresetten, text von J. 
Wilhelm, musik von Heinrich Bern- 
hardt, no. 1. [4152 
Josef Weinberger, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 171114, Dec. 31, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 



Moon beams; [from] Playing the 
ponies, lyric by Edward Madden, 
music by Theodore Morse. [4153 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 170909, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Moon (The) has risen; words by 
Alfred Hayes, music by Granville 
Bantock [double chorus] mixed 
voices. (Breitkopf & Hartel's 
choruses ... no. 39.) 8vo. [4154 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C. 171787. Jan. 2, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

Moonlight on Lake Erie; reverie for 
pianoforte, by Eben H. Norris. 

[4155 
E. H. Norris, Erie, Pa. C 170849, 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

Moonlight on the waves ; by Ma- 
thilda R. Nelson, pf. [4156 
M. R. Nelson, Oconto, Wis. C 
171214, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Moonrise in the South ; by A. Hartl, 

arr. by J. Messina for two mandolins 

and guitar. [4157 

Jos. Morris co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 169512, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Morning, noon, and night; [words 
by] Ricbard Watson Gilder [music 
by] Arthur Berridge. [4158 

W. Garrett Horder, London, Eng- 
land. C 170902, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Morning prayer; by Gustav Saenger, 
op. 128 no. 1, violin and piano. 

[4159 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170705, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Morning somewhere; [words by] 

John R. Clements [music by] Robert 

Harkness. [4160 

Chas. M. Alexander, Chicago, 111. 

C 171949, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Mort (La) de Tintagiles; poeme 
dramatique d'apres le drame de M. 
Maeterlinck, musique de Ch. M. 
Loeffler, op. 6. Reduction pour pi- 
ano a 4 mains, par Marcel Labey. 

[4161 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
171473, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Moses, what's eest for you, youb 
mother knows; words by Felix F. 
Feist, music by Joel P. Corin. [4162 
Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. O 
170370, Dec. 21, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 
1907. 



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183 



Lios. 6-9. Fob., L908 



most every town has a bboadway, 
but there's really "only one; 
[from] The Snimy side of Broad- 
way, words and music by Boyle 
Woolfolk. [4163 

Jerome II. Remick & co., New 
York. N. Y. C 170565, Dec. 27, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

Most (The) popular piano duets; 

a it. by George Rosey. 4to. [4104 

Hinds, Noble & Eldridge, New 

York. N. Y. A 190502, Oct. 25, 1907; 

2 c. Nov. 22, 1907. 

Most (The) popular violin pieces 
[for violin and piano ace] 4to. 

[4165 

Hinds, Noble & Eldridge, New 

York, N. Y. A 194171, Dec. 12, 1907 . 

Moszkowski (Moritz) Bolero, in D, 
op. 16 no. 2. Metrostyle 75353. 
[Pianola arr.] [4166 

Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
16S639, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Suite, op. 50 ; 2nd mov, air. an- 
dante malinconico. Metrostyle 
75613. [Pianola arr.] [4167 
Aeolian co., New York, N. Y. C 
170628, Dec. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1908. 

Mother birds song; composed by Lil- 
lian C. Monroe. [4168 
L. C. Monroe, Toledo, Ohio. C 
170758, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Mother Nature's harvest home ; a 
concert exercise ... by Elizabeth 
F. Guptill and J. H. Fillmore. 8vo. 

[4169 
Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171011, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Mother of men; words by W. Brian 
Hooker, music by Seth Bingham. 

[4170 
John Oxenbridge Heald. Orange, 
N. J. C 169S63, Dec. 18, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 19, 1907. 

Mother's at rest; composed by Or- 
lena L. Lile. song. [4171 

O. L. Lile, Butte, Mont. C 170755, 
Dec. -28, 1907. 

Mother's picture; words by F. Pear- 
son, music by M. Merrit. [4172 
Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 170712, Dec 28, 1907. 

Mountain (The) stream; [for piano 
by] O. M. Schoebel. [4173 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 170221, Dec. 23, 1907. 



Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Fan- 
taisie et somite, no. 18 Ut mineur; 
pour piano, analysee par Georges 
Sporck. Paris, Pfister freres. 4to. 

[4174 
G. Sporck, Paris, France. C 

171156, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Marriage (The) of Figaro; selec- 
tion for 2nd violin by Gustav Saen- 
ger. [4175 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170520, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Sonate ; pour piano, analysee par 

Georges Sporck. no. 1, Ut rnajeur; 

no. 4, Fa majeur. Paris, Pfister 

freres. 4to. [4176, 4177 

G. Sporck, Paris, France. C 

171157, 171158, Dec. 31, 1907. 

No. 10, Si flat majeur; no. 

15, Re majeur. Paris, Pfister 
freres. 4to. [4178, 4179 

G. Sporck, Paris, France. C 
171154, 171155, Dec. 31, 1907. 

No. 11, Ut majeur; no. 13, 

Re majeur; no. 16, La mineur; no. 
17, Fa majeur. Paris, Pfister freres. 
4to. [4180-4182 

G. Sporck, Paris, France. C 
171100-171102, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Murmuring waters : valse by Lord 

Clifton, pf. [4183 

Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 169613, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Music (The) ladder; 20 easiest tunes 

and rhymes for piano, by Florence 

Maxim. 4to. [4184 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 

C 171527, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Music, music ! march ; [by] Fr. 

Kmoch, arr. by W. Lewis. 8vo. 

band. [4185 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170474, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Music (The) tells the story; com- 
posed by Chas. A. Lee. song. [4186 
C. A. Lee, Yesalia, Cal. C 
170790, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Musical poems for the children; 
original melodies for the piano with 
appropriate verses, by Octavia Hud- 
son. 4to. [4187 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170413, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Musical writing book; a progressive 

course ... by Carl W. Grimm. 

book 4. [4188 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

C 169864, Dec. 19, 1907. 



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pt. in, 11. s., v. 3 



Musicians' (The) hold up; an inter- 
national musical oddity, by Theo M. 
Tobani, op. 481, for orchestra. 4to. 

T41S9 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170969, Dec. 30, 1907. 

My boyhood sweetheast true ; words 
by Ezra J. Morse, music by Metro- 
politan music co. [4190 
E. J. Morse, United States. C 
170087, Dec. 12, 1907. 

My California belle; words by Mel- 
vin Bartlett, music by Emma M. 
Bartlett. [4191 

M. Bartlett, Los Angeles, Cal. C 
168624, Dec. 3, 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 
1908. 

My carnation queen : words by R. 

Marcell, music by E. J. Schumacher, 
arr. by Clare Owen. [4192 

Western music co., Maryville, Mo. 

C 171074, Dec. 28, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 17, 

1907. 

My diabolo beau; by Kenneth S. 
Clark, song. [4193 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 169923, Dec. 19, 1907. 

My dream ; composed by Relona Hill, 
song. [4194 

R. Hill, Taconia, Ohio. C 170S31, 
Dec. 28, 1907. 

My girl; by Phyllis, song. [4195 

I. Byron, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 
Canada. C 162544, Sept. 23, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 27, 1907. 

My girl has other company; by D. 
E. Caldwell, song. [4196 

D. E. Caldwell, Osceola, Ark. C 
171893, Jan. 11, 1908. 

My guiding star; [words by] Mrs. 

Frank A. Breck [music by] Samuel 

W. Beazley. [4197 

Hildebrand-Burnett co., Roanoke, 

Ya. C 171025, Dec. 30, 1907. 

My heart at thy sweet voice; from 
Samson et Dalila, by Camille Saint- 
Saens, arr. [for cornet and piano] 
by W. Paris Chambers. 4to. [4198 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 168281, Nov. 30, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

My heart won't let me grieve you; 
by Allen C. Pittman. song. [4199 
A. C. Pittman, Clarenville, New- 
foundland. C 155761 , June 27, 1907 ; 
2 c Jan. 17, 1908. 



My lady love; waltz by Samuel Lid- 
die, orchestrated by W. H. Myddle- 
ton. (Boosey's orchestral journal 
no. 117.) 4to. [4200 

Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 170906, Dec. 30, 1907. 

My little doggie; words and music 

by Harry P. Keene. [4201 

H. P. Keene, Brooklvn, N. Y. C 

167025, Nov. 12, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 17, 

1907. 

My loulou; paroles de F. L. Benech, 
musique de D. Berniaux. [4202 

G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
17117S, Dec. 31, 1907. 

My lute ; words by Clarence Urniy, 
music by S. Liddle, no. 3 in G flat. 

[4203 
Chappell & co., ltd.. London, Eng- 
land. C 172267, Jan. 16, 190S. 

My matrimonial eon bon ; duo [from] 

Funabashi, words and music by 

Safford Waters. [4204 

Helf & Hager co., New York, 

N. Y. C 171786, Jan. 10, 1908. 

My Mill Creek valley sweetheart; 
composed by H. F. Marsh, song. 

[4205 
H. F. Marsh, Columbus, Ohio. C 
170748, Dec. 28, 1907. 

My mother in the doorway; com- 
posed by Nellie White Phillips, 
song. [4206 

N. W. Phillips, De Grasse, N. Y. 
C 170742, Dec. 28, 1907. 

My mother's dear old hands; com- 
posed by Rosa E. Danley. song. 

[4207 
R. E. Danley, Giloam, Ark. C 
170767, Dec. 28, 1907. 

My mountain Rose; by Victor J. 

Swan. song. [4208 

V. J. Swan, Cambridge, Minn. C 

154S14, June 17, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 19, 

1907. 

My old Kentucky home ; words and 
music by Stephen C. Foster, edited 
and arr. by Frederic H. Ripley and 
H. L. Heartz. (Stanhope ed. no. 
18). 8vo. [4209 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 170987, Dec. 30, 1907. 

My old Neospio liome; composed by 
Ettie Shanklin. song. [4210 

E. Shanklin, Violet, Mo. C 
170812, Dec. 28, 1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



L85 



BOB. 6-9, Feb.. IOCS 



My old violin: composed by G. R. 
Taylor, son-. [4211 

G. R. Taylor, Westerville, Ohio. 
C 170739, Dec. 28, 1007. 

My own soldier boy; words by Ed- 
ward Oxeuford, music by Heury N. 
Dymond. (Six songs no. 1). Lon- 
don, Tbe Vincent music co., ltd. 
4X0. [4212 

Henry N. Dymond, London, Eng- 
land. C 169885, Dec. IS, 1907. 

My pretty Irish queen : words and 

music by William Stetter. [4213 

W. Stetter, Jersey City, N. J. C 

161.142. Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 27, 

1907. 

My rose o' June; a pickaninny song, 
words by Mrs. Jessie Beattie Thomas 
[music] bv Charles Jacob Kunkel. 

[4214 
Kunkel brothers, Chicago, 111. C 
171258, Jan. 2, 1908. 

My shadow; words by Robert Louis 
Stevenson, music by Franco Leoni, 
no. 2 in F major. [4215 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172264, Jan. 16, 1908. 

My sweet little Japanese maid : 
[from] The Merry Clown, lyric by 
Charles Baswitz, music by Herbert 
Dillea. [4216 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 161855, Sept. 13, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 17, 1907. 

My sweetheart; [by] James L. 
Fletcher, song. [4217 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 170709, Dec. 28, 1907. 

My sweetheart Belle ! composed by 
Ethel G. Ormsby. song. [4218 

E. G. Ormsby, Carrollton, Wash. 
C 170733, Dec. 28, 1907. 

My soxg shall be of mercy; [song 
by] Harry Hale Pike. [4219 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
170937, Dec. 30, 1907. 



Nachtigale (Die) (The nightingale) : 
lied fur eine singstimme mit beg- 
leitung des pianoforte, von Mein- 
hardt Bohme, op. 1. hoch. [4222 
Win. A. Kami music co., Milwau- 
kee, Wis. C 170S94, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Names ; song for soprano [words by] 

S. T. Coleridge [music by] Chester 

Ide. [4223 

Wa-Wan press, Newton Center, 

Mass. C 170358, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Nancy of London; [song] edited by 
Cecil J. Sharp. [4224 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169252, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Nasenta; waltz [by] C. Komzak, op. 
227, arr. by Alfred Roth. Svo. orch. 

[4225 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170471, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Nathaniel waltzes ; composed by N. 
E. Robinson, pf. [4226 

N. E. Robinson, Tampa, Fla. C 
170734, Dec. 28, 1907. 

National self teacher; for guitar 
with finger board chart. Svo. [4227 
M. Atkinson, Chicago, 111. A 
195375, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Nature (A) lullaby; words and 
music by Wm. M. Trafton. [4228 
United music co., Providence, R. I. 
C 171066, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Nature's a weakening; words and mu- 
sic by Wm. M. Trafton. [4229 
United music co., Providence, R. I. 
C 171065, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Nearer, my God, to Thee ; [words by] 

Sarah F. Adams [music by] Chas. 

H. Gabriel. [4230 

W. E. M. Hackleman, Indianapolis, 

Ind. C 170303, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Nearer my Savior; [words by] Rev. 
T. C. Harper [music by] E. D. Naff. 

[4231 
Hildebrand & Burnett, Roanoke, 
Ya. C 171028, Dec. 30, 1907. 



My soul doth magnify : Magnificat in Nearer to Thee ; sacred song, words by 

E flat [by] Robert S. Alter. Svo. Mrs. S. F. Adams, music by George 

mixed v. [4220 Sidwell, no. 1 in F. [4232 

W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, G. Sidwell, Owen Sound, Ontario, 

Ohio. C 170037, Dec. 20, 1907. Canada. C 169364, Dec. 10, 1907. 



My wife and me ; composed by John I 
Hermann, song. [4221 

J. Hermann, Cincinnati, Ohio. C i 
170749, Dec. 28, 1907. 

28929—08 5 



— [words & music by] Rev. Elisha 
A. Hoffman. [4233 

Hildebrand-Burnett co., Roanoke, 
Ya. C 171021, Dec. 30, 1907. 



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'Neath the fir-trees (Sous les 
sapins du rivage) ; song with piano 
ace, English version by Rosa New- 
march, traduction franchise de j 
Amedee Boutarel [music by] Jean 
Sibelius, op. 13 no. 1. [key of A.] 

[4234 | 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, j 
N. Y. C 171796, Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. ! 
Dec. 30, 19*07. 

'Neath the spreading oak trees ; 
by B. J. Hecox and T. McTiernan 
[song]. [4235 

Thomas Mac Tiernan, Little Falls. ! 
N. Y. C 171544, Jan. 4, 1908. 



New (The) woman; two-step march 

by F. R. Webb, two pianos eight 

hands. [4244 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170390, Dec. 24, 1907. 

New (A) Years greeting; march for 
piano, by Adam Geibel. [4245 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171555, Jan. 4, 1908. 

New York (The) ; two step, by Geo. 
M. Cohan, pf. [4246 

F. A. Mills, New York, N. Y. C 
170123, Dec. 21, 1907. 



Neglected (The) fingers ; technical 

exercises for piano . . . by Gilbert 

Tompkins, part 2. [4237 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 

Mass. C 170357, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Neidlinger (William Harold) Six 

songs ; voice and piano. 4to. [4236 

Wm. Maxwell music co., New 

York, N. Y. C 170585, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Nell; composed by L. H. Ward. song. 

[4238 
L; H. Ward, Esplen, Pa. C 
170789, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Nessler (Victor E.) Werner's part- 
ing song ; from The Trumpeter of 
Sakkingen, arr. [for cornet and 
piano] by W. Paris Chambers. 4to. 

[4239 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 168295, Nov. 30, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

Neue harmonie; mannerchor mit 
tenor solo, von Philipp Schnutzer, op. 
33. 8vo. [4240 

Anton Aubitsch, Hall in Tirol, Aus- 
tria. C 171131, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

Never put off until to-morrow ; writ- 
ten and composed by Charles Somers 
and Sydney Jukes. [4241 

Shapiro, Von Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 172120, Jan. 

15, 1908. 

New (The) America; two-steps pour 
piano, by E. Bincteux. [4242 

B. Roudanez, Paris, France. C 
169574, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1907. 
New (The) flower queen; or, The 
coronation of the rose; a cantata in 
two parts by George F. Root, piano 
ace. partly by Henry Fisher. 8vo. 

[4243 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass., 

in renewal for 14 years from Feb. 

16, 1908. C 169874, Dec. 19, 1907. 



Newman (Mme.) Sight-singing class- 
es; lesson 5. 8vo. [4247 
Caroline S. Newman, New York, 
N. Y. A 195435, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Nice little girls and boys; [from] 
Fascinating Flora, words by R. H. 
Burnside, music by Gustave Kerker. 

[4248 
T. B. Harms co., New York, N. Y. 
C 171219, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Nicode (Jean-Louis) Barcarolle, op. 
13, no. 3 ; for piano, revision, phras- 
ing and fingering by Hans T. Sei- 
fert. [4249 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170515, Dec. 26, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
26, 1907. 

Nicolai (Otto) Die Lustig^en wei- 
ber von Windsor ; bearbeitet . . . von 
Moritz Vogel, op. 81. (Vier leichte 
klaviersuiten nach opern-motiven no- 
1.) [4250 

P. Pabst, Leipzig, Germany. C 
169973, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 21, 
1907. 

Nicole (Louis) Concertino en Sol 
majeur ; pour violon avec ace. de 
piano, op. 82. (Edition Chanot no. 
1111.) [4251 

F. W. Chanot & sons, London, 
England. C 169836, Dec. 18, 1907. 

Night (The) dancers; [for piano by] 
Stanley F. Widener. [4252 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170223, Dec. 23, 1907. 

i Night wind; words by Florence Ger- 
trude Attenborough, music by A. 
von Ahn Carse. [4253 

Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 169616, Dec. 16, 1907. 

! Nightingale (The) ; by A. Madeley 

Richardson. (Choruses for equal 

voices no. 1107.) 8vo. [4254 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 

i England. C 169611, Dec. 16, 1907. 



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Nightingale (The) (Die nachtigall) ; j 
[words by] Dante Gabriel Rossetti, | 
French and German versions by 
Charles H. Meltzer, [music by] 
Ward Stevens, high voice. A flat, i 

[4255 ' 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171505, Jan. 3, 1908. 

trio for women's voices, by Al- 

fired R. Gaul, edited by Hans Lich- 
ter. (Octavo edition no. 11747.) 

[4256 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 169128, Dec. 9, 1907. 

English version by Frederick 



W. Bancroft [music by] J. B. Zer- 
lett. op. 257 no. 1. (Octavo 
series ... no. 390.) [4257 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 171476, Jan. 3, 1907. 

Nightingale polka ; by C. Kinkel [for 
piano]. [4258 

W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. C 
171237, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Niobe; waltz, by George Nether, pf. 

[4259 | 
Groene music pub. co., Cincinnati, J 
Ohio. C 169698, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Nita; Spanish dance by Paul Du- 
celle; op. 16, arr. as piano duet by 
Arnoldo Sartor io. (Musical memo- 
ries no. 7.) [4260 j 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169474, Dec. 14, 1907. 

No NIGGER IN THE SEAT WITH ME. 

[4261 
D. F. Beale, Newport News, Va. 
C 167307, Nov. IS, 1907. 

No other name; [words by] Mrs. J. 
C. Yule [music by] Jno. R. Sweney. 

[4262 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa., 

in renewal for 14 years from Jan. 

2, 1908. C 169447, Dec. 14, 1907; 

2 c. Dec. 20, 1907. 

Noble (T. Tertius) Te Deum, and 
Jubilate. The morning and evening 
service set to music in the key of B 
minor, op. 13 no. 1. Svo. [4263 
Houghton & co., London, England. 
C 170841, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Noel (Le) des bergers ; choeur a 
quartre voix sans ace, partie 
d'harmonium ad lib., paroles et 
musique de Leopold Dauphin en 
partition. [4264 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
170884, Dec. 30, 1907. 



Non e ver; romanza by T. Mattei, 
arr. [for cornet and piano] by W. 
Paris Chambers. 4to. [4265 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 16S292, Nov. 30, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. IS, 1907. 

Normand (Albert) Numero de con- 
cert; pour violon, et piano. A. Rev- 
erie; B. Scherzo. [4266 
J. Pitault, Paris, France. C 
170865, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Northern ballad; [for piano by] 
Ralph Howard Pendleton. [4267 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170222, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Northern idyl; by George Dudley 
Martin [for piano]. [4268 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170686, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Norton; [words by] Henry B. Nor- 
ton [music by] Mrs. C. A. Boyle. 

[4269 
Charles C. Boyle, Emporia, Kans. 
C 170228, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Not far away; [words by] Mrs. J. C. 
Yule [music by] J. R. S. [4270 
Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa., in 
renewal for 14 years from Jan. 2, 
1908. C 169448, Dec 14, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1907. 

Not lost, but gone before ; funeral 
hymn for mixed voices [words by] 
Winifred A. Iverson [music by] 
Louis R. Dressier. (Oliver Ditson 
co.'s octavo ed. no. 11754). [4271 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171418, Jan. 2, 1907. 

Not unto us, O Lord; response or in- 
troit [by] E. S. Lorenz. song. 

[4272 
Lorenz pub. CO., Dayton, Ohio. C 
170935, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Nothing but a pig weed ; composed by 
Minnie Kimball, song. [4273 

M. Kimball, Columbus, Ohio. C 
170778, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Novak (J. V.) Serenade; pour violon 

et piano, op. 1. [4274 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 

C 170000, Dec. 20, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 21, 

1907. 

NOW I LAY ME DOWN TO SLEEP; WOTdS 

by Hattie A. Fox, music by Arthur 
D. Walbridge; sacred solo for so- 
prano in B flat. [4275 
Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169915, Dec. 19, 1907. 



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NOW I LAY ME DOWN TO SLEEP Cont'd. 

low voice in F. [427G 

Win. A. Pond & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 170304, Dec. 23, 1907. 

words by Robert H. Hackett, mu- 
sic by Albert Mildenberg. [4277 
Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170253, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Now the day is over; [words by] S. 

Baring-Gould, music by Chas. H. 

Marsh. [4278 

Cbas. H. Marsh, Winona Lake, 

Ind. C 169913, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Now we sing of Christmas ; [words 

by] Palmer Hartsough [music by] 

J. H. Fillmore. [4279 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. C 170991, Dec. 30, 1907. 

NU AR JLLEN HAR IGEN ; [WOl'dS by] 

J. B. [music bv] J. A. Hultman. 

[4280 
J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170338, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Nu Herrens egen dag det ar; [song 

by] J. A. Hultman. [4281 

J. A. Hultman. Worcester, Mass. 
C 170319, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Nunn (E. Cuthbert.) Four songs 
with pianoforte ace. 1, Love's phil- 
osophy ; 2, AVelcome spring ; 3, A 
flower thou resemblest; 4, The sea 
hath its pearls. [4282 

Charles Avison, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169582, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 

Nyarssang ; ord af Robert Kihlberg, 
musik af A. L. Skoog. [4283 

A. L. Skoog, Minneapolis, Minn. 
C 170437, Dec. 26, 1907. 

O DAWN OF SPRING | O DREAM OF LOVE 

(O maienzeit, O liebestraum) ; song 
with English and German text by 
H. Brandt, op. 18, English version 
by Alice Mattullath. no. 1, mezzo- 
sop, or bar. in C ; no. 2, alto or 
bass in B flat. [4284,4285 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170530, 170531, Dec. 26, 1907. 

O fair Wisconsin ; words by Henry 
Barkenhagen, music by L. F. Need- 
ham. [4286 
H. Barkenhagen, Watertown, Wis. 
C 171979, Jan. 13, 190S. 

O flower of all ; song with piano ace. 

[music by] J. W. Metcalf. no. 1 [in 

G]; no. 2 [in E]. [4287,4288 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 

C 171528, 171529, Jan. 3, 1908. 



O give thanks; festival anthem, by 
F. C. Maker. (The church choralist | 
no. 420). Svo. [4289 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 
England. C 168952, Dec. 9, 1907. 

O, glaub' es ! [words by] W. R. New- 
ell, tr. [by] W. Kuhu [music by] J. 
E. Delmarter. [4290 

Bible institute colportage ass'n, 
Chicago, 111. C 170166, Dec. 23, 
1907. 

O HOW SHALL I RECEIVE TlIEE? [WOrdS 

by] Paul Gerhardt [music by] 
Castelli, arr. by Emil Larson. [4291 
Eusberg-LIolinberg pub. co., Chi- 
cago, 111. C 169706," Dec. 16, 1907. 

O HUSH THEE, MY BABIE J [WOrdS by] 

Sir Walter Scott [music by] A. 
Madeley Richardson. (Choruses for 
equal voices no. 1106). Svo. [4292 
J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 
England. C 169610, Dec. 16, 1907. 

O, HOILKEN KARLEK ! [SOllg by] J. A. 

Hultman. [4293 

J. A. Hultman. Worcester, Mass. 
C 170353, Dec. 23, 1907. 

O lamb of God, (Agnes Dei) ; [mixed 
voices and organ] by Frances Me- 
Collin. (Octavo church music). 

[4294 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 1703S3, Dec. 24, 1907. 

O little town of Bethlehem ; Christ- 
mas anthem [words by] Phillips 
Brooks [music by] Geo. A. Burdett. 
(Octavo edition no. 495). [4295 

G. M. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. C 
17071S, Dec. 28, 1907. 

[words by] Phillips Brooks [music 

by] Chas. F. Roper. [4296 

Chas. F. Roper, Pelham Manor, 
N. Y. C 170438, Dec. 26, 1907. 

O morning land; sacred song for 
mezzo-soprano in B flat, by Edward 
H. Phelps, arr. by Wm. Dressier. 

[4297 
Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, N. 
Y. C 169694, Dec. 16, 1907. 

song for low voice in F by Ed- 
ward H. Phelps, arr. by William 
Dressier. [429S 
Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, N. 
Y. C 170589, Dec. 27, 1907. 

[words by] Jerome McCauley 

[music] arr. from Phelps by W. E. 
M. Hackleman. [4299 

Hackleman music co., Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. C 170283, Dec. 23, 1907. 



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O MOTHER DEAR JERUSALEM ; Sacred 

song, by Sig, Jaffa. [4300 

Sidney Steinheinier, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. C 170578, Dec. 27, 1007. 

O, STAND YOURSELF WELL NIGH THE 

Lord; composed by Isaac Green, 
song. [4301 

I. Green, Brewton, Ala. C 170738, 
Dec. 28, 1007. 

O what a blessing; [words by] E. E. 
Hewitt [music by] W. A. Post. 

[4302 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169768, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

O would I were the cool wind ; song, 
E flat, words by Fiona Macleod 
[music by] H. Clough-Leighter, op. 
43, no. 3. [4303 

G. M. Scbirmer, Boston, Mass. C 
170721, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Oakland (The) serenade; composed 
by F. W. Hunt. song. [4304 

F. W. Hunt, Oakland, Oreg. C 
170747, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Oberek ; deux pieces pour violon avec 
ace. de piano par R. Statkowski, 
op. 34, no. 2. [4305 

B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- 
many. C 169110, Dec. 10, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 9, 1907. 

Oberon; morceau de concert [by] 
Claude Melnotte. pf. [4306 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 173131, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Occidental polka ; [by] B. Bradshaw. 
pf. [4307 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171313, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Or yesterday; words by Roland Al- 
bert, music by Frank Howard. [4308 
R. Albert, Hiram, Ohio. C 170775, 
Dec. 28, 1907. 

Oh cousin Marguerite, please don't 
do it ; words by Henry Drenkow, 
music by Henry Drenkow, jr. [4309 
Willis Woodward & co., New 
York, X. Y. C 1722S5, Jan. 16, 
1908. 

Oh, Mr. max, max, max; words by 

Chas. S. Adelman, music by Joe 

Jordan. [4310 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

X. Y. C 170133, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Oh my dear loving Saviour; com- 
posed by Margaret Beaton, song. 

[4311 
M. Beaton, Glover Hill, N. J. C 
170826, Dec. 28, 1907. 



Oh ! pure is she ; English version by 
Percy Pinkerton, music by P. Heise. 

L4312 

Frederick Harris co., London, 

England. C 170660, Dec. 2S, 1907. 

! Oh Sacred Head, now wounded; 
quartet for mixed voices [words by] 
Gerhardt [music by] Ciro Pinsuti, 
arr. by W. B. Parmelee. 8vo. 

[4313 
W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 170038, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Oh ! 'Tis heaven's smile to me ; com- 
posed by M. F. Hotham. song. 

[4314 
M. F. Hotham, White City, Fla. 
C 170820, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Oh women, women ; march from The 
Jolly widow by F. Lehar, arr. by 
L. P. Laurendeau [for band]. 8vo. 

[4315 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170960, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Oh you better stay at home ; words 
and music by R. A. Caskie. [4316 
R. A. Caskie, Richmond, Va. C 
170855, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Oklahoma; two step, by Lawrence 
Townsend, jr. pf. [4317 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170973, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Old (The) church organ; serenade, 
[by] W. Paris Chambers, arr. by 
F. H. Losey. 1, 8vo. orch. 2, pf. 
or org. solo. [4318 

R. F. Deitz, Glen Rock, Pa. C 
170006, 170007, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Old familiar cottage home; by 
Frank H. Williams, song. [4319 
F. H. Williams, Allentown, Pa. C 
165175, Oct. 21, 1907. 

Old (An) fashioned photograph; 
[words] arr. [by] Harry Kennedy 
[music by] Harry Kennedy, arr. by 
W. [4320 

W. E. M. Hackleman, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. C 170288, Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Old (An) portrait; song, words by 
Frederic Locker-Lampson, music by 
Gerald Bellingham. no. 3 in G. 

[4321 
J. H. Larway, London, England. 
C 171569, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Old settler's march ; composed by 

M. C. Bales, pf. or org. [4322 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., Se- 

dalia, Mo. C 169669, Dec. 16, 1907. 



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Old (An) soldier stands in his 

backyard; composed by Geo. C. 

Hill. song. [4323 

G. C. Hill, Mae, Wash. C 170781, 

Dec. 28, 1907. 

Old Squire Bob ; song, words by Cyril 
Hurst, music by Albert Fox. no. 2 
in F. [4324 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171683, Jan. 8, 1908. 

Old (The) tin horn; composed by 
C. E. Cook. song. [4325 

C. E. Cook, Canisteo, N. Y. C 
170787, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Old Vienna (Alt Wien) ; composed 

by W. Kienzl, arr. for [piano] four 

bands by Win. Dressier. [4326 

W. A. Pond & co., New York, 

N. Y. C 169379, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Oldberg (Arne) Badinage; petite 

valse, op. 27; for pianoforte. (Three 

miniatures no. 1). [4327 

Wa-Wan press, Newton Center, 

Mass. C 170360, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Ole Virginny; march characteristic 
[by] W. S. Ripley. 8vo, band. [4328 
Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 
C 170920, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Olivia ! ; words by Willie Maritz, 

music by Robert Recker. [4329 

W. Maritz, New York, N. Y. A 

182367, July 20, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 3, 

1907. 

Om jag hade lefvat da; [song by] 
J. A. Hultman. [4330 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170314, Dec. 23, 1907. 

On a balcony by the sea (Sur le 
balcon devant la mer) ; song with 
piano ace, English version by Rosa 
Newmarch, traduction francaise de 
Amedee Boutarel [music by] Jean 
Sibelius, op. 38 no. 2. high voice. 

[4331 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 171789, Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

On beautiful Lake Lucerne ; words 
by James Wilson and Ernest Heath- 
cote, music by Henri Jaxon. [4332 
Price & Reynolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 170367, Dec. 24, 1907. 

On the balcony; English version by 
Percy Pinkerton, music by P. Heise. 

[4333 

Frederick Harris co., London, 

England. C 170665, Dec. 28, 1907. 



On the banks of the beautiful 

Rhine; composed by Hamilton Lee. 

song. [4334 

H. Lee, Paris, Tex. C 170838, Dec. 

28, 1907. 

On tip toe; march and two step, by 
C. Linden, pf. [4335 

Bingemann & Hassler, Buffalo, 
N. Y. C 171208, Dec. 31, 1907. 

On with the blanket and saddle; 
words by Wm. H. Gardner, music by 
Ernest R. Ball. [4336 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 163686, Oct. 5, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 19, 1907. 

Once again, O blessed time; Christ- 
mas carol for chorus of mixed voices 
and organ ad lib., by F. Flaxing- 
ton Harker, op. 7, words by J. 
Bright. (Octavo church music no. 
5009.) [4337 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169847, Dec. 18, 1907: 

Once upon a time ; words by Thos. F. 
Swift, music by Chas. V. Cunning- 
ham. [4338 
Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 169627, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

One and twenty ; song, - words by 

Harold Simpson, music by Lily 

Cover, no. 2 in F. [4339 

Elkin & co., ltd., London, England. 

C 171680, Jan. 8, 1908. 

One little, sweet little girl ; by 
Chauncey Olcott, and Dan J. Sulli- 
van, arr. by T. P. and Geo. J. Trink- 
aus. no. 1. Song with banjo ace; 
no. 2, Guitar solo. [4340, 4341 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 170143, 170144, Dec. 21, 
1907. 

song with guitar ace, by Chaun- 
cey Olcott, and Dan J. Sullivan, arr. 
by T. P. and Geo. J. Trinkaus. 

[4341 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 169924, Dec. 19, 1907. 

One ! Two ! Three ! All over ; [from] 
Funabashi, lyric by Paul West, mu- 
sic by Safford Waters. [4342 
Helf & Hager co., New York, N. Y. 
C 171942, Jan. 13, 1908. 

O'Neill (Norman) Five rondels; for 
medium voice, op. 18. [4343 

Charles Avison, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169584, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



191 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



O'Neill ( Norman ) — Continued. 

Two French songs, op. 26; Eng- 
lish words by Harry Graham. [4344 
Charles Avison, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169583, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 

Only a bit of driftwood : [words by] 
Ina Dulev Ogdon [music by] W. E. 
M. H. [4345 

W. E. M. Hackleman, Indianap- 
olis, Ind. C 1702S6, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Only a glittering stone; composed 
by Mary E. Russell, song. [4346 
M. E. Russell, Lempster, N. H. C 
170S09, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Only a story from fairy tales ; lyr- 
ics by Frank Dupree, music by Ted 
Coleman. [4347 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 171492, Jan. 3, 190S. 

Only a violet my sweetheart gave 
me ; words and music by Kent New- 
ton. [4348 
Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 169619, Dec. 9, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

Only an old fashioned cottage, but 
it's all the world to me; words by 
J. Hayden-Clarendon, music by Al- 
fred Solman. [4349 
Jas. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172082, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Only one word; ballad, words by A. 
E. Lewis, music by Louis Cottell. 

[4350 
Orpheus music pub. co., Loudon, 
England. C 170174, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Only you; secular song, words and 

music by H. Englemann. low voice 

in C. [4351 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 169305, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Out in the valleys of life: [words 

by] James Rowe [music by] Ira B. 

Wilson. [4352 

Hilde'orand & Burnett. Roanoke, 

Ya. C 171030, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Onward Christian soldiers ; varia- 
tions for piano or organ by M. W. 
Butler. [4353 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 
Sedalia, Mo. C 169664, Dec. 16, 1907. 

arr. by J. W. Lerman for 

organ. Svo. [4354 

Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 169374, Dec. 12, 1907. 



Open the gates as high as the sky ; 

recreatiou for piano intro. familiar 

tunes, by Paul Lawson. [4355 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170403, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Orchideen-walzer ; fur pianoforte von 

R. Neumann, op. 49. [4356 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 

Germany. C 169087, Dec. 10, 1907; 

2 c. Dec. 9, 1907. 

| Our captain is leading ; words by 

Henry Hill, music by George H. 

Carr. [4357 

John A. Davis, Binghamton, N. Y. 

C 169791, Dec. 12, 1907. 

! Our native land; music by Wm. M. 
Trafton. song. [4358 

United music co., Providence, R. I. 
C 171063, Dec. 30, 1907. 

: Out in the rain, hungry and cold; 

by D. E. Caldwell, song. [4359 

j ' D. E. Caldwell, Osceola, Ark. C 

171892, Jan. 11, 1908. 

I Out went the gas ; written and com- 
posed by R. P. Weston and Fred. J. 
Barnes. [4360 

Shapiro, Von Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 171742, Oct. 14, 
1907. 

Outside, love's golden gate; words 
and music bv Anna S. C. Heoltke. 

[4361 
A. S. C. Hoeltke, Indianapolis, 
Ind. C 170440, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Ozark mountain polka; [by] Flor- 
ence E. R. Paul. pf. [4362 
Kunkel brothers. St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171326, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Ozymandis ; nach Percy Bysshe Shelly. 
Deutsch von E. Griesbach, Boh- 
misch vcn Emmy Destinn, fur eine 
singstimme mit klavierbegleitung, 
von Max Wiedemann, op. 4. hoch. 

[4363 
Wm. A. Kaun music co., Milwau- 
kee, Wis. C 170SS6, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Pa Herrens dag; [song by] J. A. Hult- 
man. [4364 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170350, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Pacifier (The) ; march and two step 

[by] Harry J. Lincoln, pf. [4635 

Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 

liainsport Pa. C. 171274, Jan. 2, 

1908. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 3 



Pagoda (The) of flowers; a Burmese 
story in song, written by Frederick 
John Fraser, set to music by Amy 
Woodforde-Finden. [4366 

Boosev & co., London, England. 
C 168961, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Palestrina (G.) O Doctor optime; 
motet, opus dubium [mixed voices] 
edited by R. R. Terry. (Cantiones 
sacrae no. 54). Svo. [4367 

Xovello & co., limited, London, 
England. C 169430, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Pallid (A) dawn is stealing; [words 
by] Mrs. Flora B. Harris, [music 
by] Jno. R. Sweney. [4368 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa. In 
renewal for 14 years from Jan. 2, 
190S. C, XXc, no. 169455, Dec. 14, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1907. 

Palms (The) ; by J. Faure, arr. [for 
cornet and piano] by W. Paris 
Chambers. 4to. [4369 

Hinds. Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, X. Y. C 168299, Nov. 30, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. IS, 1907. 

[for flute and piano] by 

Moritz Werner. 4to. [4370 

Hinds, Xoble & Eldredge, Xew 
York, X. Y. C 169358, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. US, 1907. 



[for violin and piano] bv Al- 
bert E. Wier. 4to. [4371 
Hinds, Xoble & Eldredge, Xew 
York, X. Y. C 169333, Dec. 11, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Paloma (La) Spanish serenade by 
Yradier. arr. [for flute and piano] 
by Moritz Werner. 4to. [4372 

Hinds, Xoble & Eldredge, New- 
York, X. Y. C 169316. Dec. 11, 
3907; 2 c. Dec. IS, 1907. 



[for violin and piano] bv 

Albert E. Wier. 4to. [4373 

Hinds, Xoble & Eldredge, Xew 
York, X. Y. C 169349, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Pansies for thought; waltz, by Lou 

Blyn, mand. '[4374 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 

170214, Dec. 21, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 

1907. 



Papillons (Les) ; caprice pour piano, 
par Emile Bourgeois. [4376 

Henrv Lemoine et cie., Paris, 
France.' C 171548, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Papini (Guido) Romance en 1& mi- 
neur : pour violon avec ace. de piano, 
op. 86 bis . (Edition Chanot no. 
403 a .) [4377 

F. W. Chanot & sons, London, 
England. C 169830, Dec. 18, 1907. 

Parade of the Amazons ; march by 
J. W. Lerman, pianoforte piece. 

[4378 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 1706S2, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Parade through the town; [by] Leo 
Oehmler, op. 105, for violin and 
piano. (Four little solos for four 
little fingers no. 2, for the A string. ) 

[4379 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171565, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Parsons (Robert) Ave Maria; -mix- 
ed voices in G] edited by Richard 
R. Terry. (Cautiones sacrae no. 
53.) 8vo. [4380 

Xovello & co., limited, , London, 
England. C 169429, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Parted; words by H. S. Franklin, 

music by Alicia Florence Scott, no. 

2 in F. [4381 

Boosev & co., London, England. 

C 172261, Jan. 16, 190S. 

Partee (Clarence L.) Book of har- 
mony and composition; for the 
violin, mandolin, guitar and banjo. 
Svo. [4382 

Mr. & Mrs. C. L. Partee, Xew 
York, X. Y. A 196206, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Parting ; an andante religioso for the 
pianoforte [by] Frederick S. Hall, 
op. 20. [4383 

Mystic side pub. house, Maiden, 
Mass. C 169076, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 11, 1907. 

Pas (Le) des fleurs ; air de ballet 
nonr piano, par Paul Wachs. Paris. 
J. Hamelle. [4384 

Ed. Hamelle, Paris, France. C 
169467, Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 
1907. 



Pansy Ansy Ann; [song from] Mr. Pass it along to father; words by 



Pipp from Pippsburg, [by] Harry 
Polk Pringle, arr. and edited by 
Peters and Bennett. [4375 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. ; 
C 1713S3, Jan. 2, 1908. 



Vincent Brvan, music bv Harry Von 
Tilzer. [4385 

H. Von Tilzer music pub. co., 
Xew York. N. Y. C 171988, Jan. 13, 
1908. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



193 



nos v G-9, Fob.. 1908 



Passing (Thb) of hay: song, words 
by Jobn Vance Cheney, music by 
Gerard Barton. [43SG 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Now York, 
X. Y. C 170034, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1007. 

Path (The) across the mountain; 
words and music by Grace G. Gard- 
ner. [4387 
Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
X. Y. C 170261, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Peggy Machree; [from] Peggy Ma- 
cliree [words by] Patrick Bidwell, 
arr. and harmonized by Michel e 
Esposito. [4388 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 170530, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Peine de coeur ; II pleut doucement 
sur la rille, paroles de Paul Yer- 
laine, musique de Richard Barthel- 
einy. 112127. [4389 

G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
1G9424, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Pennsylvania Sadie ; composed by J. 
Leon Aubrey Huber. song. [4390 
J. L. A. Huber, Yallejo, Cal. C 
170813, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Pepito; Spanish march and twostep, 
arr. by E. Reinoso. 1st mand. or v. 

[4391 
P. Tesio, New York. N. Y. C 
171763, Jan. 9, 1908. 

Percy' : words by Felix F. Feist, mu- 
sic by Joel P. 'Corin. [4391 
Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
169733, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 17, 
1907. 

Perhaps ; words by Valentine Wil- 
liams, music bv Dorothy Forster, no. 
2 in E flat. [4392 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 1711S4. Dec. 31, 1907. 

Perilhou (A.) Deux carillons Fla- 

mands ; pour piano, no. 1, Bruges ; 

Le glas. no. 2, Auvers; Kermesse. 

[4393, 4394 

Heugel & cie.. Paris, France. C 

170187, 1701SS, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Petit jeu d'amotjb; raise, paroles de 

Edgard Favart, musique de Leo 

Daniderff. Chant [et piano]. [4395 

G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 

171177, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Petit (Le) pas; dance caprice [by] 
Sidney N. Lagatree. pf. [4396 

Lagatree music pub. co..* Detroit. 
Mich. C 171394, Jan. 2, 1908. 



Petite Marie; poeme de Gabriel Vi- 
caire, musique de B. Jaques-Dal- 
croze. (Idylles et chansons no. 6.) 

[4397 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
170S78, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Peut-etre; raise chautee, sur les mo- 
tifs de la raise Tzigane, paroles de 
Georges Millandy, musique de Mau- 
rice Gracey. [439S 
W. Smyth, Paris, France. C 
170S64, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Pfitzner (Heinrich) Concert-etude; 
organ composition. [4399 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169439, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Six short and easy preludes ; or- 
gan composition. [4400 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169755, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Phantom (The) chorus; 8ro, 1st rio- 

lin. [4401 

B. C. Hart & Laura Morris, New 

York, N. Y. C 167263, Nor. 12, 

1907. 

Philathea (The) band; [words by] 
E. E. Hewitt [music by] W. A. Post. 

[4402 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
1697S3, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Philathea-Philathea ; [w T ords by] 
Belle Bearden Barry [music by] 
Lucy E. Barry. [4403 

W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169775, Dec. 17. 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Philipp (Isidor) Yingt etudes de re- 
locite ; de moyenne force, pour les 
deux mains. (Enseignement du 
piano.) [4404 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
170186, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Philis ; rondeau chante d'apres un 
manuscrit du xriii c siecle, par Deo- 
dat de Sererac, chant et piano. 

[4405 
Rouart. Paris. France. C 169819, 
Dec. 18, 1907. 

Philpot ( Stephen R. ) Lullaby ; from 

the opera Nigel, written by Percy 

Pinkerton. [4406 

Egerton & co., London, England. 

C 170S43, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Phyllis. I love thee; words and 

music by Frederic Zeigen. [4407 

F. H. Zeigen & Metropolitan pub. 

co., Detroit, Mich. C 169444, Dec. 

14, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 23. 1907. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 3 



Piccolo; buffo duet [from] A Waltz 
dream, lyric by Joseph Herbert, 
music by Oscar Straus, arr. by A. 
Carroll Ely. [440S 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172331, Jan. 17, 1908. 

Picture (A) on the wall; words by 
William Sharrock, music by Davis. 

[4409 
W. Sharrock, United States. C 
155805, June 27, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1908. 

Pierne (Henri - Constant - Gabriel) 
Serenade ; arr. [for flute and piano] 
by Moritz Werner. 4to. [4410 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169362, Dec. 11, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



[for violin and piano] by Al- 
bert E. Wier. 4to. [4411 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169339, Dec. 11, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Pilgrimsmarsch ; [song by] J. A. 
Hultman. [4412 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170331, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Pina, Mamey y Zapote ; 3 danzas para 
piano, por Rafael Pastor. [4413 

R. Pastor, Habana, Cuba. C 
170362, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Pine and palm (Fichte und palme) ; 
words from Heine, music by Bea- 
trice MacGowan. [4414 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170399, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Pippermint-Get ; valse par D£odat de 
Severac, piano. [4415 

A. Rouart et cie., Paris, France. 
C 171105, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Pleasures of the past : waltz [by] E. 
Waldteufel. Svo. military band. 

[4416 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 170931, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Pledge to the flag ; words and music 

by F. L. Allen. [4417 

F. L. Allen, Providence, R. I. C 

163292, Oct. 2, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 30, 

1907. 

Plume (Mrs. Fairchild) New meth- 
od of teaching chords and scales. 
8vo. [4418 

Mrs. Fairchild Plume, Orange, 
N. J. A 194652, Dec. 19, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 30, 1907. 



Plutocrat (The) ; march [by] C. K. 
Barton, arr. by J. Wesley Tilton. 1, 
Svo. band. 2, 8vo. orch. [4419, 4420 

Mace Gay music co., Boston. 
C 170046, 170047, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Poet and peasant ; duet for tenor and 

baritone, words by Georg B. Richter, 

music by Theo. Bonheur. [4421 

Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London, 

England. C 170901, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Polish (A) dance; by Frederick A. 

Williams, op. 64, piano piece without 

octaves, no. 4. [4422 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

169742, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Polka des contribuables ; polka hu- 
moristique pour piano, par Adolf 
Stanislas et Georges Charton. [4423 

Adolf Stanislas, Paris, France. C 
169S12, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Pond lilies ; novelette for piano, by 
R. Bloinquist. [4424 

Hough pub. co., Los Angeles, Gal. 
C 172063, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Poor Sally sits a weeping; [song] 
edited by Cecil J. Sharp. [4425 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169251, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Pop ! goes the weasel ; recreations 

for piano intro. familiar tunes, by 

Paul Lawson. [4426 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170405, Dec. 24, 1907. 

! Potentate (The) ; march [by] Geo. 
L. Sanford. Svo. band. [4427 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
169617,- Dec. 13, 1907. 

i Svo. orch. [4428 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
j 170469, Dec. 26, 1907. 

i Pour etres unis; poeme Magyar de 
Petoefi Sandor, traduction de H. Des- 
bordes-Yalmore, musique de Edouard 
Tremisot. (Poemes Magyars no. 3.) 

[4429 
L. Grus & cie., Paris, France. C 
168944, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Powell (Seymour) Liebeslied (Ein) ; 
pianoforte solo. [4430 

Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 
England. C 171084, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Practical studies in reading vocal 

music ; series 2 in leaflet form by T. 

Bath Glasson. 16mo. [4431 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 

C 169395, Dec. 12, 1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



19. r ) 



nos. 0-9, Feb., 190S 



Praise thou the Lord, O my soul; 

sacred song, music bv Frances Allit- 

sen. [4432 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

C 171245, Jan. 2, IOCS. 

Prayer; [words by] J. Sala Leland 
[music by] F. F. Rinehart. [4433 
J. Sala Leland, Uniontown, Pa. 
C 169677, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Pretty girl; intermezzo and two step, 
by Alfred J. Doyle, pf. [4434 

Gordon music pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 170454, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Pretty soft for you, Louise ; words 
by Sydney Grant, music by Harry 
Von Tilzer. [4435 

H. Von Tilzer music pub. co., 
New York, N. Y. C 171197, Dec. 
31, 1907. 

Primrose valsette; [by] Leo Oehm- 
ler, op. 105, for violin and piano. 
(Four little solos for four little 
fingers, no. 1 for the E string). 

[4436 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171503, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Princess (The) (Die prinzessin) ; 
three part chorus for women's 
voices, by H. Spielter, op. 72 no. 1. 
(Octavo choruses ... no. 126). 

[4437 
Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170267, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Princess dance; [by] T. Terrary, re- 
vised and fingered by P. F. del Cam- 
piglio. pf. [4438 

K. Dehnhoff, New York, N. Y. 
C 171079, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Peincess (The) Golden Locks 
(Prinzesschen Goldhaar) ; English 
version by Alice Mattullath [music 
by] Otto Wick, op. 31 no. 2. [4439 
Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170280, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Prinz Bob; operette in 3 akten, text 
von Franz Martos and Karl v. 
Bakonyi, musik von Eugen v. 
Huszka. klavierauszug mit text. 
4to. [4440 

Franz Bard & bruder, Vienna, 
Austria. C 167575, Nov. 21, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 9, 1907. 

Propos tendres; airs de ballet en 
suite d'orchestre, no. 2, Reverie; by 
Maurice Gracey. Quintette, avec 
sourdines. Svo. [4441 

W. Smyth, Paris, France. C 
170196, Dec. 23, 1907. 



Proposal (The) ; words and music bv 
T. F. O'Reilly, arr. by P. B. Metcalf. 

[4442 
Henry Krey music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 170592, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Prosit; a rathskeller intermezzo [by] 

Otto Fessler, arr. by W. C. O'Hare. 

Svo. orch. [4443 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 171050, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Prutting (R. H.) Reverie; for the 
pianoforte. [4444 

W. B. Hasey, W. Somerville, Mass. 
C 169760, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Pure delight; [words and music by] 
James D. Barnitz. [4445 

J. D. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170067, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Pure fun ; collection of new humorous 
songs, &c, by H. B. Proehl, male and 
mixed voices. 12mo. [4446 

H. B. Proehl, Chicago, 111. C 
171538, Jan. 4, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 6, 
1908. 

Quaxd on aime; valse chantee, poesie 
de Emile Bessiere, musique de Eu- 
gene Rosi. [4447 
L. Halet, Paris, France. C 171098, 
Dec. 31, 1907. 

Queen of Dsowsy-land ; waltz by 
Paul Ducelle, op. 16, arr. as piano 
duet by Arnoldo Sartorio. (Musical 
memories no. 12). [4448 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169479, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Queer (A) but extremely useful 
sheet of music; arr. and harmon- 
ized by F. Gall. pf. [4449 
F. Gall, Mt. Angel, Oreg. C 
170S4S, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Quiver (The) of sacred song; by 
John R. Sweney and Wm. J. Kirk- 
patrick, 12mo. [4450 

John J. Hood & eight others, 
United States. In renewal for 14 
Years from Jan. 2, 1908. A 194281, 
Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1907. 

Raff (Joseph Joachim) Au clair de 
la lune (Moonlight) : paysage for 
the piano, op. 75, no. 11, revision, 
phrasing and fingering by Hans T. 
Seifert. [4451 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170493, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Cavatina ; arr. [for flute and 

piano] by Moritz Werner. 4to. 

[4452 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169317, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



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Ratf (Joseph Joachim) — Continued. 

[for violin and piano] by Al- 
bert E. Wier. 4to. [4453 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York. N. Y. C 169343, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Tour a cheval : caprice for the ! 

piano, op. 75, no. 8, revision, phras- 
ing and fingering by Hans T. Sei- 
fert. [4454 

Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. 
C 170494, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Rah ! rah : rah ! words by Cecil Lean, 
music by C. M. Chapel. [4455 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, ' 
N. Y. C 172139, Jan. 9, 190S ; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1908. 

Rainbow: reverie, bv Harry J. Nor- 
ton, pf. [4456 
Henrv Krey music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 170590, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Rainbow (The) and the maid ; words 
by J. C. Harvey [music] by John L. 
Golden. [In Delineator]. [4457 

John L. Golden, New York. N. Y. 
C 16S646, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 4, 
1907. 

Rain-coach (The) ; song for high 
voice with piano ace, by R. Hunt- 
ington Woodman, author of words 
unknown. [4458 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169748, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Raindrop etude : by R. H. Prutting 
for the pianoforte. [4459 

W. B. Hasev, West Somerville, 
Mass. C 169759, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Rainy day Lou ; composed by Geo. W. 
Connel. song. [4460 

G. W. Connel. Wheeling, W. Va. 
C 170S25, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Rambling (The) comber; [song] 
edited by Cecil J. Sharp. [4461 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169255, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Ranch (The) in the Rockies; com- 
posed by Jennie Bennett, song. 

[4462 
J. Bennett, Raton, N. Mex. C 
170833, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Rattlesnake (The) club: words by 
E. R. Moynes, music by R. J. Grant. 

[4463 
Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. : 
C 170713, Dec. 28, 1907. 



Real (A) Carnegie hero; lyrics by 
Frank Dupree, music by Ted. Cole- 
man. [4464 
M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 172138, Jan. 9. 190S ; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1908. 

Real (The) estate hoodoo; composed 
by D. M. Steele, song. [4465 

D. M. Steele, Ritzville, Wash. C 
170S19, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Reap today: [words by] Jas. Nichol- 
son [music by] Jno. R. Swenev. 

[4466 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa., in 

renewal for 14 Years from Jan. 2, 

1908. C 169458, Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. 

Dec. 20, 1907. 

Reaper's (The) call: [words & music 

by] Rev. Grant C. Pollock. [4467 

R. A. Yennings & Grant C. Pollock, 

Pittsburg, Pa., and McKeesport, Pa. 

C 171701. Jan. 8, 1908. 

Reaper's parting song (Abschied von 
der Sennerin) : by Carl Heins, op. 
172, piano composition edited bv 
L. E. Orth. [4468 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171719, Jan. 8, 190S. 

Reckendorf (Alois) Charakterstucke 
in tanzform : fur pianoforte, op. 26. 
no. 1, Polonaise ; no. 2, Mazurka ; 
no. 3, Polka ; no. 4, Walzer-caprice. 
[4469^472 
P. Pabst. Leipzig, Germany. C 
169977-1699S0. Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
each Dec. 21, 1907. 

Red bird polka ; for the piano or cabi- 
net organ, composed bv D. W. Crist. 

[4473 
D. W. Crist. Moultrie, Ohio. C 
169870, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Regret ; composed by Mrs. C. A. Lind- 
strom. soug. [4474 

Mrs. C. A. Lindstrom, Denver, 
Colo. C 170839, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Reinhold (Hugo) Arietta, op. 39, no. 
15; for piano. [4475 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 1706SS, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Drei klavier-etuden : in form von 

vortragstiicken fur die linke hand 
allein, op. 61. no. 1, Tanz-poem ; no. 
2, Nocturne : no. 3, Etude. 

[4476^478 

Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Her- 

mansky), Vienna, Austria. C 

169S82-1698S4, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. 

each Dec. 9, 1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



197 



110s. 6-0, Feb., 190S 



Rfixiiold (Hugo) — Continued. 

Varlationen; liber ein eigenes 

thenia, fiir pianoforte, op. 62. [4479 
Ludwig Dobltager (Bernhard Her- 

manskv), Vienna, Austria. C 

160881, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 

1907. 

Reuters abschied; Nassauisches volks- 
lied. fiir mannerchor von Karl 

Schauss. Svo. [4480 

Karl Schanss, Wiesbaden, Ger- 
many. C 170609, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Renaud (Albert) Improvisations; 
soixante pieces . . . classees par 
tons, pour orgue ou harmonium, op. 
106. Svo. [44S1 

OostaUat et cie., Paris, France. C 
170868, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Rene (Charles) Exorde et sonate; 

pour piano. L'ouvrage complet. 

Paris, Adrien Sporck. [4482 

C. Rene, Paris, France. C 170192, 

Dec. 23, 1907. 

Repartee: piano piece by Marion 
Jones. [44S3 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 169304, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Rescue (The) ; [song] arr. from 
Philip Phillips. [4484 

W. E. M. Hackleman, Indianapolis, 
Ind. C 170290, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Rest thee : words by Edward Oxen- 
ford, music by Henry N. Dymond. 
(Six songs no. 5). London, Vin- 
cent music co., ltd. [4485 
Henrv X. Dvmond, London, Eng- 
land. C 169889, Dec. 18, 1907. 

Resurrection (The) ; sacred song 
[for Easter] words by George Coop- 
er, music by Albert J. Holden. con- 
tralto or baritone in G. [44S6 
Albert J. Holden, New York, N. 
Y., in renewal for 14 years from 
Mar. 1, 1908. C 171540, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Return (The) of the scouts; one 

picture militaire [by] Fred TV. 

Clement. 4to. orch. [4487 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 

C 169636, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Reuben Brown: [by] Bert S. Elliott, 
song. [4488 

B. S. Elliott, Washington, D. C. 
C 172031, Jan. 13, 190S. 

Reue; volkslied, scherzlied, Erk- 
Bohme 898, fiir mannerchor von 
Karl Schauss. Svo. [4489 

Karl Schauss, Wiesbaden, Ger- 
many. C 170610, Dec. 28, 1907. 



Revebtito; marche espagnole, paroles 

de Em ile Roun, musique de Leo 

Daniderff. [4490 

G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 

171168, Dec. 31, 1907. 

' Reves d'amour; valse Tzigane, paroles 
et musique de Charles Egly. [4491 
L. Digoude-Diodet, Paris, France. 
C 169813, Dec. IS, 1907. 

Revivons mon aime ; valse lente, pa- 
roles de F. L. Benech, musique de 
D. Berniaux. [4492 

G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
171176, Dec. 31, 1907. 

! L'heinberger (Josef) Praludium und 
trio; fiir orgel. obi. Svo. [4493 

Schott freres, Bruxelles, Belgium. 
C 1690S2, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 19, 
1907. 
Riding in a motor car ; two step intro. 
I have to tramp, and tramp, and 
tramp, from The Auto race [by] 
Manuel Klein, arr. by W. C. O'Hare. 
Svo. orch. [4494 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 171048, Dec. 30, 1907. 

■ Rieger (Alfred) Three compositions, 
for piano; no. 1, Entr'acte, valse; 
no. 2, Valse lente ; no. 3, Schaukel- 
tanz (Wing dance). [4495-4497 

Lagatree music pub. co., Detroit, 
Mich. C 171386-1713SS, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Rigoletto. by G. Verdi. Fantaisie by 
J. B. Singelee, op. 118, for violin 
and piano, edited and fingered by 
Otto K. Schill. [4498 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169908, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Ring on, sweet Angelus ; trio, wo- 
mens' voices [music by] Ch. Gounod, 
arr. by Frank Lynes. (Octavo series 
... no. 388). [4499 

Arthur P. Schmidt. Boston, Mass. 
C 171514, Jan. 3, 1908. 

| Ripples of the Juniata ; morceau de 
salon, by Louis A. Drumheller, op. 
71. pf. [4500 

L. A. Drumheller, Harrisburg, Pa. 

C 171645, Jan. 7, 1908. 

River (The) of peace; poem by Cas- 

sius M. Loomis, music by Nathaniel 

D. Mann. [4501 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172140, Jan. 9, 190S; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1908. 
Road (The) to yesterday; words by 
Eden E. Greville, music by Walter 
Pulitzer. [4502 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 171906, Jan. 11, 190S. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 3 



Robin et Maeion; poeme de Gabriel 
Vicaire, musique de E. Jaques-Dal- 
croze. (Idylles et chansons no. 1). 

[4503 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. O 
170883, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hebe- 
foed; [song] edited by Cecil J. 
Sharp. [4504 

Novello & co., ltd., Lundon, Eng- 
land. C 169245, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Robin quickstep; by C. Kinkel [for 
piano]. [4505 

W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. C 
171241, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Rock-a-bye; song [words by] Anna 

B. Badlarn [music by] Caryl B. 

Rich (Carrie Billiard). • 4506 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 171500, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Rock eiveb of gold; words and music 
by L. L. Emmons. [4506 

L. L. Emmons, Rock Falls, 111. C 
171732, Jan. 9, 1908. 

Rocking chaie; words by Harry W. 

Doughty jr., music by George D. 

Clews. [4507 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

C 169726, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Rodney (Paul) Calvary; arr. [for 
cornet and piano] by W. Paris 
Chambers. 4to. [4508 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 168305, Nov. 30, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. IS, 1907. 

Rogeeson (J. W.) Magnificat and 

Nunc dimittis; in the key of F, 

voices and organ. London, Weekes 

& co. 8 vo. [4509 

J. W. Rogerson, Brading, Isle of 
Wight. C 170150, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Roguish eyes ; words and music bv 

Peter S. Clark. [4510 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 171647, Jan. 7, 1908. 

Rois (Les) mages (The Magi Kings) ; 
by F. A. Gevaert, for mixed voices, 
English version by M. L. Baum. (G. 
Schirmer's octavo music . . . no. 
5076). [4511 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169738, Dec 17, 1907. 

Rollicking (The) gay chauffeur; 

words by Louis Dodge [music by] 

Charles Jacob Kunkel. [4512 

Kunkel bros., St. Louis, Mo. C 

171318, Jan. 2, 1908. 



Ronde des etincelles (Funken- 
sprache) ; galop by Oscar Fetras, op. 
146, for piano. [4513 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 
Germany. C 169098, Dec. 10, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 9, 1907. 

Ronde des Kobeigans ; petite suite 

pour piano par I. Philipp. (Feerie 

no. 5.) • [4514 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 

170873, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Roosevelt, he's the man ; words and 
music by S. M. Hawk. [4515 

S. M. Hawk, Kankakee, 111. C 
171932, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Root's Chicago oechestea no. 2; arr. 
for 1st violin or mandolin. 8vo. 

[4516 
E. T. Root & sons, Chicago, 111. A 
194019, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Rosamond; song, words by Lord 
Macaulay, music by John Pointer, 
op. 10 no. 2, in D minor. 4to. 

[4517 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171284, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Rose (The) ; waltzes by Mae Wallace, 
pf. [4518 

Wallace music co., St. Louis, Mo. 
C 169961, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Rose blushes ; berceuse [by] Edwin 
S. Brill, pf. [4519 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172023, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Rose (A) of Old Deeby; by Chauncey 
Olcott, J. L. Dillon and Wm. G. 
Kopp, arr. by T. P. and Geo. J. 
Trinkaus. no. 1, Song with banjo 
ace. no. 2, Guitar solo. [4520, 4521 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 170141, 170142, Dec. 21, 
1907. 

Rose, with hee Sunday smile; writ- 
ten by Paul Pelham, composed by 
Herbert Rule. [4522 

Monte Carlo pub. co., London, 
England. C 171802, Jan. 10, 1908: 

Roseen-dhu; song, E flat, words by 

Fiona Macleod [music by] H. 

Clough-Leighter, op. 43 no. 2. [4523 

G. M. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. C 

170720, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Rosenkeanz (Geo.) Melody in B 

flat; for organ. 8vo. [4524 

Geo. Molineux. New York, N. Y. 
C 169375, Dec. 12, 1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



199 



dos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



Rosenzeit; gedicht von Joseflne Moos, 
iin volkston, fur miinnerckor von 
Bungard-Wasem, op. 45. Svo. 

[4525 
Bungard-Wasem, Godesberg, Ger- 
many. C 171795, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

Roses and dimples ; composed by Mary 
Ware, song.- [4520 

M. Ware, Birmingham, Ala. C 
170790. Dec. 28, 1907. 

Roses of France (Rosen ans Frank- 
reicb) : valse pour piano par Cb. 
Grelinger, op. 107. [4527 

F. J. Tonger, Koln a. Rb.. Ger. 
many. C 171120, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 
c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

Roses red; words by Cecilia Crump- 
ton, music by Alfred Kaiser. [4528 
Ascberberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London, England. C 169820, 
Dec. 18, 1907. 

Rosewood polka: by Hertel de Ville, 

no. 1, for band; no. 2. orcb. 8vo. 

each. [4529, 4530 

Carl Fiscber, New York, N. Y. C 

170962, 170963, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Rosita; valse romantique, composed 

by Carlos Curti. pf. [4531 

Theo. Bendix music publisher, 

New York, N. Y. C 170005, Dec. 20, 

1907. 

Rossini (Gioachino Antonio) Cujus 
animam; Stabat mater, arr. [for 
cornet and piano] by W. Paris 
Chambers. 4to. [4532 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 16S2S7, Nov. 30, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

Gazza (La) ladra ; selection for 

2nd violin by Gustav. Saenger. 

[4533 
Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. C 
17052S, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Inflammatus. Stabat mater, arr. 

[for cornet and piano] by W. Paris 
Chambers. 4to. [4534 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 168302, Nov. 30, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

Regata (La) veneziana ; [from] 

Soirees musicales, no. 2, Notturno 
[arr. for piano by] F. Liszt. [4535 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170373, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Semiramide ; selection for 2nd vi- 
olin by Gustav Saenger. [4536 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170521, Dec. 26, 1907. 



Rossow (Ale.) Wiegenlied ; text von 
L. Beyer, fur sopran oder tenor mit 
klavierbegleitnng, op. 91. [4537 

Rbeinischer mnsik-verlag, Mainz, 
Germany. C 169100, Dec. 10, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 9, 1907. 

Roumanian (A) tent song; words 
translated from the French by Fred 
G. Bowles, music by Gordon Tem- 
ple, no. 2 in D flat. [4538 
J. H. Larway, London, England. 
C 171567, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Royal bridesmaids ; march militaire, 

by John W. Casto. pf. [4539 

J. W. Casto, Newton, Iowa. C 

172313, Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 30, 

1907. 

Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitch) 
Melody in F. arr. [for cornet and 
piano] by W. Paris Chambers. 4to. 

[4540 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
" York, N. Y. C 168283, Nov. 30, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



[for flute and piano] by 

Moritz Werner. 4to. [4541 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169356, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



[for violin and piano] by 

Albert E. Wier. 4to. [4542 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge,. New 
York, N. Y. C 169348, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

| Russet brown; words by Eliza Cook, 

music by J. Justice, London, Alfred 

Lengnick & co. [4543 

Jessie Justice, England. C 

170175, Dec. 23, 1907. 

i Russian cradle song; arr. by E. J. 
Fitzhugh for three-part chorus for 
women's voices, English adaptation 
by Carolyn B. Fitzhugh. (Octavo 
choruses ... no. 121) [4544 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170274, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Russian song (Russisches lied) ; by 
Hugo Schlemiiller, op. 14 no. 5, cello 
and piano, edited by Alvin Bnech- 
ner. [4545 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170503, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Rustic dance; by Carl Reinecke, op. 

266 no. 3, arr. by Carl Koelling for 

piano six hands. [4546 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170395, Dec. 24, 1907. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 3 



Ruth the gleaner; a sacred cantata 

. . . by S. F. Coinpton [vocal score]. 

8vo. [4547 

Fillmore bros. co.. Cincinnati, 

Ohio. C 171009, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Sabbath eve; [for organ by] E. L. 
Ashford. obi. 8vo. [4548 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton. Ohio. C 
171609, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Sacramento ; a characteristic of the 

golden west [by] Harrv Von Tilzer. 

pf. [4549 

H. Yon Tilzer music pub. co., New 

York, N. Y. C 171193, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Sad (A) letter; composed by Kristian 
Anderson, song. [4550 

K. Anderson, Hazel. S. Dak. C 
170760, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Sadie; words and music by Will Mo- 
loney. [4551 
Jos. Placht & son, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 170615, Dec. 14, 1907; 1 c. Dee. 
13, 1907, & 1 c. Dec. 14, 1907. 

Saenger (Gustav) Cradle song; for 
violin and piano, op. 128 no. 6. 

[4552 
Carl Fischer, New York. N. Y. C 
170704, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Sailor (The) : words and music by 
E. L. Lyon. [4553 

E. L. Lyon, Providence, R. I. C 
171069, Dec. 30, 1907. 

St. Bernard; march [by] T. M. Car- 
ter. 1. 8vo. band ; 2. 8vo. orch ; 3 pf . 
[4554-4556 
T. M. Carter, Boston. Mass. C I 
162905-162907, Sept. 27, 1907; 2 c. 
each Dec. 31, 1907. 

Saint - Saens ( Charles - Camille ) 
Cygne (Le) (The swan) ; melody, 
cello and piano, revised and fin- 
gered by Alvin Buechner. [4557 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170545, Dec. 22, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1907. 

Saisons (Les) ; poeine Magyar de 
Petoefi Sandor, traduction de H. 
Desbordes-Valmore, musique de Ed- 
ouard Tremisot. (Poemes Magyars 
no. 1.) [4558 

L. Grus & cie., Paris. France. C 
168942, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Sally in our alley ; by Henry Carey, 
arr. [for cornet and piano] by W. 
Paris Chambers. 4to. [4559 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 168297. Nov. 30, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



Sandy valley waltz ; for piano or 

cabinet organ, composed by D. W. 

Crist. [4560 

D. W. Crist, Moultrie, Ohio. C 

169871, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Sansy Pansy Soo ; words by Herbert 
Shelley, music by Ernest Bucalassi. 

[4561 
Metzler & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 170361, Dec. 24, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 26, 1907. 

Santiago; Spanish waltz by A. Cor- 
bin, an*, [for flute and piano] by 
Moritz Werner. 4to. [4562 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169311, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



[for violin and piano] by 

Albert E. Wier. 4to. [4563 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169325, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Saran (August Friedrich) Polo- 
naise ; piano 4 hands, op. 3, revision, 
phrasing and fingering by Hans T. 
Seifert. no. 1, 2. [4564, 4565 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170511, 170512, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Saturday afternoon ; written by Wal- 
ter Davidson and Arthur Wim- 
peris, composed by Walter Davidson. 

[4566 
Shapiro, Von Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 171085, Dec. 
31, 1907. 

Savior breathe an evening blessing; 
hymn authem for solo and quartet, 
by Lewis Watkins, op. 22. (Octavo 
church music). [4567 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170384, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Saviour breathe an evening bless- 
ing; hymn-anthem by Enos J. Wat- 
kins. (The church choralist no. 
402). 8vo. [4568 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 
England. C 169606, Dec. 16, 1907. 

[words by] Edmeston, music by 

Flotow, arr. by Heyser. [4569 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171003, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Saviour (A) who is Christ the 

Lord ; [by] Charles H. Gabriel. 

song. [4570 

Ruebnsh-Kieffer co., Dayton, Va. 

C 1706110, Dec. 28, 1907. 



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201 



nos. 6-0, Feb., 11 K)8 



Say something for Him : [words & i 
music by] Rev. J. A. Taylor. [4571 

Hildebrand & Burnett, Roanoke, ' 
Va. G 171027, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Schale (.Die) des glucks ; fiir eine 
singstimme init klavier von Sigfrid 
Karg-Elert, op. 62, vier gedichte 
von Melanie Barth, no. 1. hohe 



stimme. 



[4572 | 



Carl Simon, musikverlag, Berlin, 
Germany. C 170572, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Scharwexka (Xaver) Polish dance ; 
a it. [for tlute and piano] by Moritz 
Werner. 4to. [4573 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169319, Dec. 11, 1907 : 
2 c. Dec. IS, 1907. 



[for violin and piano] by i 

Albert E. Wier. 4to. [4574 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169347, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Schlemuller (Hugo) Gondola song, 

op. 14, no. 1 ; edited by Alvin Buech- 

ner for cello and piano. [4575 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170505, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Melancolie, op. 14 no. 3 ; edited 

by Alvin Buechner for cello and 
piano. [4576 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170507, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Menuet, op. 14 no. 2 ; edited by j 

Alvin Buechner. for cello and piano. 

[4577 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170506, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Waltz, op. 14 no. 4; cello and j 

piano, edited by Alvin Buechner. 

[4578 ; 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170502, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Schmied (Dee) : gedicht von C. F. 
Meyer, fiir miinnerchor a capella, : 
von K. Goepfart, op. 94. 8vo. [4579 ! 

Fritz Schuberth, jr., Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 169592, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 

Schmutzer (Philippe) Yalse bril- i 
lante, oeuvre 36 ; pour piano deux j 
mains en E flat maj. [4580 

A. Aubitsch, Hall in Tirol, Aus- 
tria. C 169096, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 9, 1907. 

Schxaderhupfela ; male quartet by E. 
Buettner, op. 21 no. 2. 8vo. [4581 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
169268, Dec. 9, 1907. 

28929—08 6 



Schneeflocken ; vortragsstuck fiir 

klavier, von Gustav Lazarus, op. Ill 

no. 1. [4582 

P. Pabst, Leipzig, Germany. C 

1699S4, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Schneider (Lena Stein-) Berceuse, 
op. 52; fiir violoncell und klavier. 

[45S3 
P. Pabst, Leipzig. Germany. C 
169092, Dec. 10, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

Nocturino ; fiir violoncell und 

klavier, op. 53. [4584 

P. Pabst, Leipzig, Germany. C 
169967, Dec. 20, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 21, 
1907. 

Schon ist die jugend: volkslied, arr. 

von Jacob Schmidt, op. 110, fiir 

miinnerchor. 8vo. [4585 

Stoelling music co., Chicago, 111. 

C 171213, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Schone (Die) Galathe; selection 
from Franz von Suppe's opera, for 
2nd violin, by Gustav Saenger. 

[4586 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170529, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Schonen (Die) von Fogakas; 
komische oper, musik von Alfred 
Griinfeld. Ballet intermezzo, piano 
solo, no. 4, Kols, Rumanien (Rou- 
manian dance). [4587 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 169994, Dec. 20, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 
21, 1907. 

Schubert (Franz Peter) Night; 
arr. for male voices by W. Rhys- 
Herbert [words by] E. H. Feder- 
lein. (Octavo edition no. 3071). 

[45SS 
J. Fischer & bro.. New York, 
N. Y. C 169394, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Serenade ; arr. [for cornet and 

piano] by W. Paris Chambers. 4to. 

[4589 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 168300. Nov. 30, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

Trout (The) (Die forelle) ; 

song, op. 32, transcribed by Stephen 
Heller, op. 33, for the piano, edited 
by John Orth. [4590 

Oliver Ditson co.. Boston, Mass. 
C 171419, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Schumann (Robert Alexander) Rev- 
erie; avec adaptation musicale de 
la poesie La Brodeuse, de Maurice 
Magre, par Mme. Henri Dupont- 
Yernon. [4591 

A Durand & fils. Paris, France. 
C 170078, Dec. 23, 1907. 



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Schumann (Robebt Alexander) — ■ 

Continued. 
Symphonic etudes, op. 13 ; C 

sharp minor in form of variations ; 

etudes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Met- 

rostyle 75361. [Pianola arr.] 

[4592 
Aeolian eo.. New York, N. Y. C 

16S640, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. IS, 

1907. 

Traumerei ; arr. [for cornet and 

piano] by W. Paris Chambers. 
4to. [4593 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York. N. Y. C 168301, Nov. 30, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



[for flute and piano] by Mor- 

itz Werner. 4to. [4594 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169359, Dec. 11, 
1907: 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



[for violin and piano] by Al- 
bert E. Wier. 4to. [4595 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169340, Dec. 11, 
1907 : 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

ScHiJTT (Eduaed) Gavotte humor- 

esque, op. 17 no. 1, arr. by Roland de 

Berton for violin and piano. [4596 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170508, Dec. 26, 1907. 

— — Yalse lente, op. 17 no. 2; arr. by 

Roland de Berton, for violin and 

piano. [4597 

Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. C 

170509, Dec. 26, 1907. 
Schwarze (Die) laute; [ged. von] 

O. J. Bierbaum, fur eine singstimme 
mit begleitung des pianoforte, von 
G. Niedermann, op. 12. [4598 

Ad. Holzmann, Zurich, Switzer- 
land. C 170001, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1907. 
Schweizer heimatklange ; walzerlied 
von H. Hasler, fur mittlere stimme 
in C dur. ■ [4599 

J. A. Kewley, Zurich, Germanv. 
C 171072. Dec. 31, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1907. 
Scotland, ye ken : [from] Peggy 
Machree [words by] Patrick Bid- 
well, arr. and harmonized by 
Michele Esposito. [4600 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171534, Jan. 4, 1908. 
Sea (The) and the river; words by 
Edward Oxenford. music by Henry 
N. Dymond. (Six songs no. 6). 
London, Vincent music co., ltd. 

[4601 

Henrv N. Dymond, London, Eng- 
land. C 169890, Dec. 18, 1907. 



Sea dirge ; words by W. Shakespeare, 
music by .Marie Rich. [4602 

Luckhardt & B elder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170254, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Sea-swallows (The) ; song, words by 
Rennell Rodd, music by Gerard Bar- 
ton. [4603 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, N. 
Y. C 171233, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Searching for jewels ; [words by] 

John R. Clements [music by] W. S. 

Weeden. [4604 

W. S. Weeden, New York, N. Y. 

C 171694, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Secret (Le) ; intermezzo by L. Gau- 
thier, arr. [for cornet and piano] by 
W. Paris Chambers. 4to. [4605 

Hinds. Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 1GS298, Nov. 30, 1907 : 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 



[for flute and piano] by 

Moritz Werner, ito. [4606 

Hinds. Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169313, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

[for violin and piano] by 

Albert E. Wier. 4to. [4607 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169346, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Secret (The) place: T words and 
music by] S. A. Sands. [460S 

S. A. Sands, Woodmere, L. I., N. 
Y. C 1722S4, Jan. 16, 1908. 

Secret service; [words by] E. E. 
Hewitt [music by] W. A. Post. 

[4609 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169765, Dec. 17. 1907: 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

See-saw ; words bv Keller Mack, mu- 
sic by Frank Orth. [4610 
Mack & Orth. Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 169845, Dec. 18, 1907; 2 c. Sept. 
IS, 1907. 

See-saw waltz song ; words by Avis 

Rebekah Burnett, music by Henry 

Winans Burnett. [4611 

H. W. Burnett, Providence, R. I. 

C 170155, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Seedtime and harvest : intermezzo, 
composed by John E. West, arr. for 
violin and pianoforte bv the com- 
poser. 4to. [4612 
Novello & co., ltd., London. Eng- 
land. C 16S956, Dec. 9, 1907. 






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203 



• i os. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



Seek the lost; composed by Alva M. 

Eller. song. , [4613 

A. M. Eller, Memphis, Tex. C 
170815, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Seemannslied ; m&nnerchor von Oscar 
• Rudolph, op. 66. partitur und stim- 

men. 8vo. [4614 

A. E. Fischer, Bremen, Germany. 

C 169604, Doc 16, 1907; 2 c. Doe. 

14, 1007. 

Seen of angels; Christmas service 

. . . by A. Steimle and Emanuel 

Schmauk. 12mo. [4615 

E Schmauk, Now York. N. Y. C 

170421, Doe. 24, 1907. 

Seifert (Hans T.) ed. Sonatina al- 
bum : collection of favorite sona- 
tinas rondos and pieces for piano. 
(Carl Fischer's music library ed. 
no. 309). [4616 

Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. C 
170983, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Selecto (Fl) ; two step, composed by 
G. H. Cross, pf. [4617 

G. H. Cross. United States. C 
170S0G, Dee. 28, 1907. 

Senora : Spanish song, words by Felix 
Feist, music by Jos. S. Nathan, no. 
1, low in C : no. 2, high in E flat. 

[4618, 4619 
Leo Feist, New York. N. Y. C 
171710. 171711, Jan. 8, 1908; 2 c. 
each Jan. 9. 1908. 

Spanish waltz [bv] Jos. S. Na- 
than, pf. [4620 
Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
171980, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Senorita Muldoon : words by Jack 
MacArthur, music by R. B. Stirling. 

[4621 
Stark music printing & pub co., 
Now York, N. Y. C 171188, Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Serenade d'un lutin: petite suite 

pour piano par I. Philipp. (Feerie 

no. 3). [4622 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 

170875, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Sevenfold amen; [song bv] Herbert 
F. Hyde. [4623 

H. E. Hyde. Chicago, 111. C 
171209. Dec. 31, 1907. 

Severn (Edmuxd) Liebeslied : violin 
and piano. [4624 

Carl Fi sclior. New York, N. Y. 
C 170700, Dec. 20, 1907. 



Shakespeare march; [bv] Knnkel 
brothers, pf. 1 4625 

Knnkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171315, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Shall we gather at the river; varia- 
tions for piano or organ bv M. W. 
Bntler. [4626 

A. W. Perry & sons music co., 
Sedalia, Mo. C 169665, Dee. 16, 
1907. 

She couldn't keep away from the 
ten cent store; [by] Herbert Spen- 
cer, key of G. vocal orch. 965. 
Svo. [4627 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 172142, Jan. 9, 190S ; 2 c. Jan. 
10, 1908. 

She's all right at night, by the 
beautiful electric light ; words by 
Arthur J. Lamb, music by Alfred 
Solmau. [4628 

Jas. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 170426, Dec. 24, 1907. 

She's Dixie through and through; 
[words by] Bryan and Friedman 
[music] arr. by Harold N. Clare. 
Svo. male v. [4629 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 169920, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Sheelah ; words by Eddie Dustin, 
music by Herbert Spencer. [4630 
Thiebes-Stierlin music co., St. 
Louis, Mo. C 171358, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Sheepstealer (The) ; [song] edited 
by Cecil J. Sharp. [4631 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169244, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Shepherd's return ; [bv] Mentor 
Crosse, pf. [4632 

Joseph E. Frank, Minneapolis, 
Minn. C 170051, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Shout (The) of faith; [words by] 
E. E. Hewitt [music byl W. A. Post. 

[4633 
W. A. Post. Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169776, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Shower of roses ; schottisch [by] 
Jean Louis Streabbog, op. 186, re- 
vised and fingered by Max Rolle. 
pf. [4634 

K. DChnhoff, New York, N. Y. C 
17107S, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Shower (A) of smiles (Une ondee de 

sourires) ; caprice poetic [by] E. H. 

Bailey, op. 306. Svo. band. [4635 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 

C 170921, Dec. 30. 1907. 



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Si vous vouliez been me le dire ; 
paroles de Ludana, inusique de J. j 
Massenet, no. 1 basse, ton original. 

[4636 
Hengel & cie.. Paris, France. C 
170189, Dee. 23, 1907. 

Sicilienne; pour violon avec ace. de 

piano, par A. Lefort. [4637 

Emile Lednc. P. Bertrand & cie., 

Paris, France. C 170643, Dec. 28, 

1907. 

Siegel-Myers correspondence school 
of music : Banjo lessons, composed 
and edited by Frederick J. Bacon. 
Lesson no. 2S ; Lesson no. 29 ; Les- 
son no. 30 : Lesson no. 31 ; Lesson 
no. 32. [4638^642 

Siegel-Myers correspondence school 
of music. Chicago, 111. C 16S97S- 
1689S2, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Piano lessons, composed and ed- 
ited by William H. Sherwood. Les- 
son no. 31 : Lesson no. 33 ; Lesson 
no. 35. [4643-4645 
Siegel-Myers correspondence 
school of music, Chicago, 111. C 
1689S3-16S9S5, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Silence : song with piano ace. [words 
by] Theodosia Garrison [music by] 
Arthur Bergh, op. 11. Alto or bari- 
tone. [4646 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 171523, Jan. 3, 190S. 

Silent night ; trio for two sopranos 

and alto [words by] Bell [music by] 

E. K. Heyser. [4647 

The Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. C 170997, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Silver (The) and the gold; words 
& music by R. J. Erickson. [4648 
R. J. Erickson, Galesburg, 111. C 
169554, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Silver chimes ; by Paul Ducelle, op. 
16, arr. as piano duet by Arnoldo 
Sartorio. (Musical memories no. 6). 

[4649 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169473, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Silver dust : schottische for the piano 
by Louis H. Meyer. [4650 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. C 
171314, Jan. 2, 1908. 



Silver stars (Silbersterne) ; mazurka 
by Carl Bohm, op. .327 no. 3, piano 
revised and fingered by Hans T. Sei- 
fert. [4652 

Carl Fischer. New York, X. Y. C 
170976, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Silver threads among the gold; rev- 
erie [by] Will D. Mover, mand. 
duo. [4653 

C. D. Smith, Chicago, 111. C 170- 
695, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Simple aveu : romance sans paroles 
by Fr. Thome, arr. [for cornet and 
piano] by W. Paris Chambers. 4to. 

[4654 
Hinds. Xoble & Eldredge, New 
York, X. Y. C 168279, Nov. 30, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. IS, 1907. 



[for flute and piano] by 

Moritz Werner. 4to. [4655 

Hinds, Xoble & Eldredge, Xew 
York, X. Y. C 169309, Dec. 11, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. IS, 1907. 



[for violin and piano] by 

Albert E. Wier. 4to. [4656 

Hinds, Xoble & Eldredge, Xew 
York X. Y. C 169345, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Simple (A) solution ; composed by 
Laura T. Adams, song. [4657 

L. T. Adams, Battle Creek, Mich. 
C 170759, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Since I've had my fortune told; 
words by Wm. J. Weidman, music 
by Edward Favenza. [4658 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 
170422, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Since Jesus came into my soul; 
[words & music by] Chas. Edw. Pol- 
lock. [4659 
Dean & Hensley, Waco, Tex. C 
168477, Dec. 2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 
1908. 

Since my Mariutch learned The Mer- 
ry widow waltz ; by Bert FitzGib- 
bon. song. . [4660 

M. Witmark & sons, Xew York, 
X. Y. C 172024, Jan. 13, 190S. 



Silver-Spring ( Silberquelle im Cha- Sinding (Christian) ; Character 



mouny-Thal) ; by Franz Bendel, op. 
137 no. 4 for piano, revision, phras- 
ing and fingering by Hans T. Sei- 
fert. [4651 

Carl Fischer, Xew York, X. Y. C 
170501, Dec. 26, 1907. 



stuck. Prelude, op. 34 no. 1, A flat. 
Metrostyle, 75363 [pianola arr.] 

[4661 
Aeolian co., Xew York, X. Y. C 
168641, Dec. 5, 3907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 



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205 



dos. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



Sing me back home ; composed by I. 
L. Mitchell, song. [4662 

I. L. Mitchell, Monrovia, Ind. C 
1707S6, Dec. 28, 1907. 
Sing, O daughter of Zion ; base solo 
[by] Willonghby S. Wilde. [4663 
The Fillmore brothers co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. C 17099S, Dec. 30, 1907. j 

Sing, smile, slumber; serenade by ' 
Ch. Gonnod, a it. [for cornet and 
piano] by TV. Paris Chambers. 4to. j 

[4664 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 168304, Nov. 30, \ 
1907; 2 c. Dec. IS, 1907. 

— -[for flute and piano] by 

Moritz Werner. 4to. [4665 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York. N. Y. C 169361, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

[for violin and piano] by Al- I 

bert E. Wier. 4to. [4666 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge. New 
York, N. Y. C 169341, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Sixc the new life ; [words by] John 
Fair, [mnsic by] I. Allan Sankey. 

[4667 
Biglow & Main co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 170676, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Sing the story; [words by] Palmer 
Hartsough [music by] J. H. Fill- 
more. [4668 
Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 170994, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Sing unto Jehovah ; [words and mu- 
sic by] Sarah F. Carter. [4669 
S. F. Carter. Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
170582, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Sixg unto the Lord ; [song by] D. S. 
Hakes. [4670 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171000, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Stngelee (J. B.) Fantaisie pastorale; 
for violin with piano ace, op. 56, 
edited by Otto K. Schill. [4671 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169735, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Windsor violin and piano album ; 

a collection of fantasies, arr. by 
Eustasio Rosales. 4to. [4672 

Windsor music co., Chicago, 111. 
A 195675, Dec. 31, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 12, 
1907. 
Singing for schools and colleges ; 
by William Shakespeare, assisted by 
Henry F. Searle. vol. 1. Svo. [4673 

Boosev & co., London, England. 
C 170451, Dec. 26, 1907. 



Skaters (The) ; waltz [by] Mentor 
Crosse, pf. [4674 

Joseph E. Frank, Minneapolis, 
Minn. C 17004S, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Skating (The) rink girl; words by 
Bert Angeles, music bv Chas. N. 
Grant. [4675 

Willis Woodward & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 171669, Dec. 18, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 17, 1907. 

Skona jirl [words by] J. B. [music 
by] J. A. Hultman. [4676 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170337, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Sleigh (The) bells; trio [for wom- 
en's voices, words by] Edgar A. 
Poe, [music by] Thomas Anderton. 
(The coda no. 381). Svo. [4677 

Ginn & co., Boston, Mass. C 
167845, Nov. 26, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 21, 
1907. 

Sleigh (The) ride; galop by Paul 
Ducelle, op. 16, arr. as piano duet 
by Arnoldo Sartoro. (musical 
memories no. 8). [467S 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169475, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Sleepy Hollow ; two step, composed 
by Ethel Hannah, pf. or org. 

[4679 
A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 
Sedalia, Mo. C 169671, Dec. 16, 
1907. 

Slumber and rest; serenade from La 
Citana (The gipsey) ; written by 
Leslie Moreton, composed by Ste- 
phen R. Philpot. no. 1 for contral- 
to. [4680 
Egerton & co., London, England. 
C 170842, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Slumber song; words by Helen L. 
Ferry, music bv Charles T. Ferry. 
1. high v, 2. low v. [4681-4682 

W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 170040-170041, Dec. 20, 
1907. 

words by Ruth Raymond, music 

by Chas. E. Brewer. [4683 

C. E. Brewer, Vinton, Iowa. C 
170763, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Sma lammen; [song by] J. A. Hult- 
man. [4684 
J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170345, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Smarty; words by Jack Norworth, 
music by Albert Yon Tilzer. [4685 
York music co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 172008, Jan. 13, 1908. 






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Smith (Edith Euan.) Silhouettes; 
[for piano]. 4to. [46S6 

Metzler & co., ltd.. London, Eng- 
land. C 170557, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Snicker (The) ; march and two step 
[by] Albert Sidney Burdick. pf. 

[4687 
A. S. Burdick, Smethport, Pa. C 
171215, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Snowflake ; mazurka [by] Mentor 
Crosse, pf. [4688 

Joseph E. Frank, Minneapolis, 
Minn. C 170053, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Soir d' ete ; serenade a la lune from 
Les Soirs, by Raoul Pugno for 
piano, revision, phrasing and finger- 
ing by Hans T. Seifert. ' [46S9 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170479, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Soldier's (The) song; words by Avon 
Marsh, music by Hermann Lohr, no. 
2 in G. [4690 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169893, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Solea ; drame lyrique en 4 actes et 
5 tableaux, musique et poeme d' 
Isidore de Lara, mis en vers fran- 
ca is par Jean Richepin partition 
chant et piano, transcrite par L. 
Narici. 4to. [4691 

Chondeus, Paris, France. C 
169816, Dec. 18, 1907. 

Solitude ; valse lente, paroles et 
musique de Charles Egly. [4692 

L. Digoude-Diodet, Paris, France. 
C 169S14, Dec. 18, 1907. 

Solomon's song in the vineyard; 
music by J. P. E. Hartmann. song. 

[4693 
Frederick Harris co., London, 
England. C 170656, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Solskenssang ; [song by] J. A. Hult- 
man. [4694 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170343, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Solveig's cradle song; from Ibsen's 

Peer Gynt, English version by Percy 

Pinkerton, music by P. Heise. [4695 

Frederick Harris co., London, 

England. C 170662, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Solveig's song ; from Ibsen's Peer 

Gynt, English version by Percy 

Pinkerton, music by P. Heise. [4696 

Frederick Harris co., London, 

England. C 170661, Dec. 28, 1907. 



Somebody loves you dear; by Annie 
Andros Hawley, no. 1, key of B flat, 
vocal orch. 958 ; no. 2, key of C, 
vocal orch. 959. 8vo. each. 

[4697-i698 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172144, 172145, Jan. 9, 1908 ; 
2 c. each. Jan. 10, 1908. 

Key of D vocal orch. 957. 

[4699 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 171053, Dec. 30, 1907. 



key of E flat, vocal orch. 

956. [4700 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 169922, Dec. 19, 1907. 



in B flat. 



[4701 



M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 170104, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Somebody only you; words by W. J. 
Cannon, music by Fay L. Bloss. 

[4702 
W. J. Cannon, Andover, N. Y. C 
170762, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Somebody's been around here since 
I've been gone ; two step, from The 
Gay White way [by] John W. Brat- 
ton, arr. by T. P. & Geo. J. Trink- 
aus. mand. orch. [4703 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 171057, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Somebody's waiting for you ; [words 
by] J. R. Clements [music by] W. 
A. Post. [4704 

W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169766, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Some day may be too late; [words] 
by James Rowe [music] by De Loss 
Smith. [4705 | 

De Loss Smith, Des Moines, Iowa. 
C 171604, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Some day soon; [words & music by] I 
Robert Harkness. [4706 

Chas. M. Alexander, Chicago, 111. 
C 171955, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Some day you'll come back to me ; 

by Ernest R. Ball, key of D vocal 

orch. 948. [4707 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 171052, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Some morning fair ; [words by ! 
James Rowe [music by] W. A. Post. 

[4708 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169771, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 



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Something; words by Frank Pixley, 
music by Oustav Luders. [4709 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 171496, Jan. 3, 190S. 

Sometime; words by Jack Mahoney, 

music by Harry Yon Tilzer. [4710 

H. Yon Tilzer music pub. co., New 

York. N. Y. C 171 987. Jan. 13, 190S. 

Sometime well understand; varia- 
tions, by M. W. Butler, pf. or org. 

[4711 

A. AY. Perry & sons' music co., 

Sedalia. Mo. C 169(372. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Song (The) I heard in heaven: arr. 

by J. Messina for two mandolins 

and guitar. [4712 

Jos. Morris co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 169518, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Song (A) in absence; words by Nelle 

Richmond Eberhart, mnsic by 

Charles Wakefield Cadman. [4713 

Hatch mnsic co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170465, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Song (The) in the twilight; verses 
by Freda Bax, music by Arnold 
E. Trevor Bax. [4714 

Charles Avison. ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169581, Dec. 16, 1907: 2 c. 
Dec. 14. 1907. 

Song of consecration ; [words & music 
by] James D. Barnitz. [4715 

J. D. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170063, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Song of June: by Frederick A. Wil- 
liams, op. 64, piano piece without 
octaves, no. 3. [4716 

G. Schirmer. New York, N. Y. C 
169741, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Song (A) of promise; poem by Cas- 
sius M. Loomis, music by Nathaniel 
D. Mann. [4717 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172147, Jan. 9, 190S; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 190S. 

Song (A) of Surrey; words by Hugh 
Mytton, music by Hermann Lohr. 
no. 2 in D. [4718 

Chapped & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171479, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Song (The) of the brook; [for piano 
. by] Geo. Wm. Warren. [4719 

Theo. Presser. Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170379, Dec. 24, 1907. 



Song of the gondolier; [by] Aubrey 
Stauffer, op. 37. mand. solo. [4721 
C. 1>. Smith, Chicago, 111. C 
171409, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Solve of the lily; reverie [for piano 
by] Carl Wilhelm Kern, op. 164. 

[4722 
Hatch mnsic co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170464, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Song (The) of the post card; words 
by J. D. Dillenback, music by Joe 
Newman. ^[4723 

J. D. Dillenback, Denver, Colo. C 
171309, Jan. 2, 190S ; 2 c. Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Song (The) of tpie wild goose; com- 
posed by Mary C. Knowles. song. 

[4724 
M. C. Knowles, Missoula Walheim, 
Mont. C 170827, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Songs my mother sang; words and 

music by Russell Webb. [4725 

Webb Rockefeller Miller, Chicago, 

111. C 162492, Sept. 23, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 6, 1908. 

Songs of America; a collection of 
patriotic and national airs ; compiled 
and arr. . . . for use in the school 
and home. [4726 

A. J. Mealand and H. C. Parsons, 
Greenfield, Mass. A 193896, Nov. 
25, 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1908. 

Songs of the University of Cincin- 
nati. [4727 
University of Cincinnati press, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. A 194052, Dec. 10, 
1907; 2 c. Nov. 25, 1907. 

South Carolina (A) breeze; march 

[by] B. Dauzet, arr. by Mackie- 

Beyer. Svo. band. [4728 

J. AY. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 171207, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Southern (The) cross; valse by the 
countess of Darnley, orchestrated by 
W. H. Myddleton. (Boosey's orches- 
tral journal no. 112.) 4to. [4729 
Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 170907, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Southern (A) dream ; waltz, by Louis 

A. Mnench. pf. [4730 

L. A. Muench, Bayport, N. Y. C 

169861, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 

1907. 



8©ng of the forest ; nocturne [by] I Southern hearts : words and mnsic 
Otto Frohlich. pf. [4720 | by J. J. Cauchois. [4731 

L. D. Lasselle, Boston, Mass. C j Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, 

170598, Dec. 27, 1907. N. Y. C 170953, Dec. 30, 1907. 



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Southern snowballs ; rag two step, 
by La Rue E. Black, pf. [4732 

Vinton music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 171728, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Souvenir d'Ecosse; fantaisie tran- 
scribed for violin and piano by Cyril 
Monk, no. 7. (Edition Chanot no. 
1119.) [4733 

F. W. Chanot & sons, London, 
England. C 169838, Dec. 18, 1907. 

Souvenir de Naples ; sur les motifs 
de la valse Italienne, Ricordo di 
Torino, di E. Becucci, arrangee pour 
orchestre par Auguste Bosc. 112082. 
8vo. [4734 

G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
171171, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Souvenir des Montagnes Bl-eues ; 
for violin and pianoforte by Thomas 
F. Dunhill, op. 17 no. 3. 4to. [4735 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 168957. Dec. 9, 1907. 

Souvenir ( The ) postal card ; words 

by Lucv A. Rogers, music by Arthur 

Penn. [4736 

L. A. Rogers, United States. C 

170232, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Souvenir valse; by Paul Ducelle, op. 
16, an*, as piano duet by Arnoldo 
Sartorio. (Musical memories no. 5.) 

[4737 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 169472, Dec. 14, 1907. 

Sowania : march - intermezzo [by] 

Milo Benedict, pf. [4738 

M. Benedict. Concord, N. H. C 

169956. Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 

1907. 

Spacious (The) firmament; [words 

bv] Addison [music by] E. K. Hey- 

ser. [4739 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. C 171012, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Speak a word for Jesus; [words and 
music by] E. O. Sellers. [4740 

Ernest O. Sellers, Chicago, 111. C 
170073. Dec. 20, 1907. 

Spinning wheel (La fileuse) ; by Ed- 
mund Severn, violin and piano. 

[4741 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170701, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Splinter (A) from my father's 
wooden leg : words by Josh Wink 
and Harry Dillon, music by John 
Dillon. [4742 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 1526S, Oct. 23, 1901; 2 c. 
Dec. 7, 1907. 



Sprig (The) of thyme; [song] edited 
by Cecil J. Sharp. [4743 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169248, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Spring (A) evening; romance for 
piano, by Adam Geibel. [4744 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171556, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Spring song (Fruhlingslied) ; for the 

pianoforte by Arnoldo Sartorio, op. 

739 no. 1. [4745 

Angener limited, London, England. 

C 169828, Dec. 18, 1907. 

Springtime (The) blest; words by 

Edward Teschemacher, music by 

Henry E. Greehl. [4746 

Boosey & co., London, England. 

C 169615, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Squire (William Henry) Cradle 
song; for cello and piano. (Petits 
morceaux no. 4.) [4747 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170986, Dec. 30. 1907. 

Standards (The), song. [4748 

Langdon S. Chilcott, Bangor, 
Me. C 157151, July 17, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 190S. ■ 

Star of my love; by Tell Taylor and 

Frank Orth. song. [4749 

Thiebes-Stierlin music co., St. 

Louis, Mo. C 171359, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Star-spangled (The) banner; com- 
posed by M. W. Butler, pf. or org. 

[4750 
A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 
Sedalia, Mo. C 169670, Dec. 16, 
1907. 

Starlight; song for a low voice with 
piano ace, by Gena Branscombe, 
words from Indian love lyrics by 
Laurence Hope. [4751 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 
C 169744, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Starlight maid ; waltz intro. Those 
days gone by, from The Auto race 
[by] Manuel Klein, arr. by W. C. 
O'Hare. 8vo. orch. [4752, 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 171047, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Stars ablaze ; [by] R. K. Fletcher. 

song. [4753 

Theta Delta Chi press, New York, 

N. Y. C 171483, Jan. 3, 1908; 2 c. 

Jan. 7, 190S. 



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209 



nos. 6-0, Feb., 190S 



Stars (The) and stripes for me; 
words by Geo. H. Carey, music by 
A. E. Schaefer. [4754 

G. H. Carey, Akron, Ohio. C i 
161452, Sept. 9, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Stauffer (Aubrey) Impromptu, op. 
43 uo. 5 ; mandolin solo. [4755 

C. D. Smith, Chicago, 111. C 
171406. Jan. 2, 1908. 

Stayner (Charles Frederick) In- 
teresting daily exercises; for piano, 
op. 20. 4to. [4756 

C. F. Stavner, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. C 143250, Feb. IS, 1907; 2 c. ! 
Dec. 27, 1907. 

Stearns (Clara) Four Christmas 
carols: [for voice and piano ace.]. 

[4757 
Clara Stearns, Trov, N. Y. C 
169417, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Stewart (H. J.) Madrigal; part-song 
for mixed voices [words by] Ingram 
Crocket. (Oliver Ditson co.'s octavo 
ed. no. 11771). [4758 

Chicago madrigal club, Chicago, j 
111. C 167972, Nov. 18, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 6, 190S. 

Mass in D minor : for mixed 

voices with ace. of organ, vocal 
score. Svo. [4759 

G. M. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. C 
170916, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Stick to your country benny; com- ! 
posed by Luella E. Harvev. song. 

[4760 t 
L. E. Harvev, Eppins:. N. H. C I 
170776, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Story (The) of a flower: a new 
flower song, by A. W. Kneff. [4761 i 

B. O. Marsh, Decor ah, Iowa. C 
172033, Jan. 13, 190S. 

Strauss (Johann) Concert - arabes- 
ques : on themes of By the beauti- j 
ful blue Danube, for piano, revision, 
phrasing and fingering bv Hans T. I 
Seifert. [4762 j 

Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. C 
170500, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Strauss (Richard) Stimmungsbilder 
(Moods and fancies) ; fur klavier zu j 
2 hiinden, op. 9. no. 1, Auf stillem 
waldespfad ; no. 2, Au einsamer 
quelle: no. 3, Intermezzo; no. 4, 
Traumerei; no. 5, Heidebild. 

[4763^767 
Jos. Aibl verlag, g. m. b. h., Leip- | 
zig, Germany. C 169968-169972, 
Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. each Dec. 21, 
1907. 



S 1 1: u ss i Richard) — Continued. 
zu 4 hiinden, op. 9, iiber- 

tragen von Otto Singer. 4to. [4768 
Jos. Aibl verlag. Munich, Germany. 

C 171137, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

30, 1907. 

zwei militarmarsche; fur grosses 

orchester; op. 57 partitur. (Edi- 
tion Peters no. 3194). [4769 
C. F. Peters. Leipzig, Germany. C 
157170, July 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 21, 
1907. 

op. 57. bearbeitel fur piano- 
forte zu 4 handen, von Otto Singer. 
(Edition Peters no. 3193). obi. 
Svo. [4770 
C. F. Peters, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 157182, July 17, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 21, 
1907. 

Strauss march ; by E. Mezzacapo 
[for band]. Svo. [4771 

Hawkes & son, London, England. 
C 171092, Dec. 31. 1907. 

Stritzl (Josef) iv honved keriileti 
indulo (Marsch des iv honved-dis- 
trictes), von Josef Stritzl ausgabe 
fiir piano. Prag. Joh. Hoffmann's 
Wwe. [4772 

Bosworth & co.. Leipzig. Germany. 
C 169084. Dec. 10, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

Strolling and patrolling; duet from 
The Girls of Gottenberg, words by 
Adrian Ross, music by Ivan Caryll. 

[4773 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172265, Jan. 16, 1908, 

Strube (Gustav) Elegie; violoncello 
with piano ace. [4774 

G. M. Schirmer. Boston. Mass. 
C 170730, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Struwwelpeter ; set to music by T. A. 
Bevis [collection of songs]. London, 
Vincent music co., ltd. Svo. [4775 

T. A. Bevis, London, England. C 
171305, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Suffer little children to come unto 
me : offertory for soprano or tenor in 
E flat, with piano or organ ace, by 
John Hyatt Brewer. [4776 

G. Schirmer. New York. N. Y. C 
170235, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Sufficient grace; [words by] Elsie 

Duncan Yale [music by] C. Austin 

Miles. [4777 

Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170097, Dec. 16, 1907. 



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Sugar plum : intermezzo two-step, bv 

L'Albert. pf. [4778 

Jerome H. Reinick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 170636, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Summer (A) holiday; gavotte by 
Adam Geibel for piano. [4779 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171621. Jan. 6, 1908. 

Summer night's dream ; overture by 

Franz von Suppe, arr. by L. P. 

Laurendean for band. Svo. [4780 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

170954, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Summer waltz song ; words and music 
by Grace G. Gardner. [4781 

Luckkardt & B elder. New York, 
N. Y. C 170262, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Summer (The) wind; four-part 
song for chorus of women's voices 
with piano ace. by Victor Harris, 
poem by Walter Learned. (G. 
Schirmer's coll. ... no. 5073) 
Svo. [4782 

G. Schirmer. New York. N. Y. C 
169481, Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 
1907. 

Si mmee winds : words by Lily Wood- 
all, music by Gertrude Woodall, no. 
2 in G. [47S3 

Metzler & co., ltd., London, Eug- 
land. C 169544, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Sumthin doin ; characteristic march 
two step [by] F. H. Losey, op. 211. 
Svo. band. [4784 

Yandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. C 171271, Jan. 2, 
190S. 

Sux blinks: two-step, bv Lem. Mills. 
pf. [47S5 

Chas. Himmelman & co., Chicago. 
111. C 171395, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Sin divine; words by M. A. Crosby, 

music by Adolf Weidig, op. 38. alto 

in C. [4786 

Clavton F. Summv co., Chicago, 

111. C 171599, Jan. 6, 190S. 

Sunday bells of Marblehead ; woMs 
by Mary Devereux. music by Eben 
F. Richardson. [4787 

E. F. Richardson. Lynn, Mass. C 
169855, July IS, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
3907. 

Sunlight (The) of his love; words 
& music [bv] Frank C. Huston. 

[4788 

F. C. Huston. Indianapolis, Ind. 
C 169905, Dec. 19, 1907. 



Sunny brook waltz: for piano or 
organ, by Margaret Crawford. 

[4789 
A. W. Perrv & sons music co., 
Sedalia, Mo. C 169606. Dec. 16, 
1907. 

Sunny South ; [by] Frank Sherwood, 

arr. by Aubrey Stauffer. mand. 

orch. [4790 

C. D. Smith. Chicago, 111. C 

170692, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Sunshine of my soul ; words by Cap- 
tain Jack Crawford music bv Al- 
bert D. Lief eld. [4791 
Crawford & Lief eld. Tinted States. 
C 171585, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Suzette : intermezzo by Paula von 
Bruch, piano solo. [4792 

Hawkes & son, London, England. 
C 169729. Dec. 17, 1907. 

Swallow (The) ; a song cycle, writ- 
ten by Jetta Yogel, composed by 
Florian Pascal. Svo. [4793 

Joseph Williams, ltd.. London, 
England. C 170368, Dec. 24. 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 26, 1907. 

Sweet clover dell : composed by Carl 
Doud. song. [4794 

C. Doud, Phoenix, Ariz. C 
170829. Dec. 28, 1907. 

Sweet County Clare; words by Wil- 
fred Mills, music by Valentine Hem- 
cry, no. 2 in C, original key. [4795 
Gould & co.. London, England. C 
170199, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Sweet gifts of love ; [words by] Pal- 
mer Hartsough [music byl J. H. 
Fillmore. [4796 

Fillmore bros. co.. Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 170989, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Sweet Nora Doone; words and music 

by Harry Moore. [4797 

H. H. Sparks, Toronto, Canada. 

C 171904. Jan. 11, 190S : 2 c. Dec. 30, 

1907. 

Sweet Polly Primrose; words by Ed- 
gar Leslie, music by Halsey K. 
Mohr. [4798 

Gordon music pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 170455. Dec. 26, 1907. 

Sweet suspense; by L. A. Drumheller, 
arr. by J. Messina for two mando- 
lins and guitar. [4799 
Jos. Morris co.. Philadelphia. Pa. 
C 169521, Dec. 14, 1907. 



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Sweet tendeb thoughts: waltzes [by] 
0. W. Bennet. 8vo. orcli. [4800 
Mace Car music co., Boston, Mass. 
C 170045, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Sweetheart mink: words by F. E. 
Weatherly, music by Sig. Jaffa. 

[4801 
Sidney Steinheimer, Brooklyn, 
X. Y. C 170577. Dec. 27, 1907. 

Sweethearts : words and music by 

Claude M. Wallace. [4802 

C. M. Wallace, Washington, D. C. 

C 169420, Dec. 13. 1907: 2 c. Jan. 3, 

1908. 

Swing song; piano piece by E. R. 

Kroeger. [4S03 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170420, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Swinging ox the grape vine swing; 
lyrics and melody by Chas. E. Baer. 

[4804 
Welch & Wilsky, Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 172079, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Symbol. Ein welkes blatt ; fur eine 
singstimme mit klavier von Sigfrid 
Karg-Elert, op. <>2. vier gedichte 
von Melanie Earth no. 3. hohe 
stimme. [4S05 

Carl Simon, musikverlag, Berlin, 
Germany. C 170573, Dec. 27. 1907. 

Take me back to dreamland; words 
by Blair S. Keves, music by May O. 
Hill. [4806 

Thompson music co.. Chicago, 111. 
C 170030, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
21. 1907. 

Take me on a trip to New York; 
words and music by Sydney Grant. 

[4807 
Harry Yon Tilzer music pub. co., 
New York. X. Y. C 171195, Dec. 
31. 1907. 

Take me to your heart again ; com- 
posed by Edgar Ayers. song. [4808 
F. Ayers, Oat Hill, Cal. C 
17O.S40. Dec. 28, 1907. 

Take my heart : words from Burns, 
music by F. P. Macklem, in E flat. 

[4809 
F. P. Macklem. Toronto, Canada. 
C 170891, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Take, oh take, those lips away; 
song, words by Shakespeare, music 
by Gaston Borch, op. 110 no. 3. 

[4810 
Augener. limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 109827, Dec. 18, 1907. 



Tale (The) of a doc; part-song for 

men's voices, words by Wm. Barnes 
Tower, music by Adam Geibel. 
(Humorous male quartettes no. 48). 
Svo. [4S11 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. Mass. C 169695, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Tandabadei; gedicht yon Fritz Rohrer, 
mannerchor yon Gottfried Angerer, 
op. 151. Svo. [4812 

Heinrichshofen's verlag, Madge- 
burg, Germany. C 171117, Dec. 31, 
1907 : 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

Tank pa din skapare i din tjngdom ; 
[song by] J. A. Hultman. [4813 

J. A. Plultman, Worcester, Mass. C 
170349, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Tannlein (Ein) grunet wo: [ged. 
yon] Eduard Moerike, fur yierstim- 
migen mannerchor yon Hans Har- 
than. op. 87. (Drei lieder no. 1). 
8vo. [4814 

Breitkopf & Hartel. New York, 
N. Y. C 169981, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1907. 

Target chums ; march, by Joseph F. 
McKenna. pf. [4815 

J. F. McKenna, Gilmore, Md. C 
171400, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Tchi qui tchi; extrait de roperette 
Los Niiios llorones, par J. Yalyerde 
et Torregrosa, orchestre par L. 
Diodet. [4816 

Caso Dotesio, Madrid, Spain. C 
170205, Dec. 23, 1007. 

Teach me. O Lord: psalm CXIX; 33- 
36 [music by] J. W. Lerman. [4817 
Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 170459, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Teach me stars of night; English 

yersion by C. T. Christensen, music 

by J. P. E. Hartmann. [4818 

Frederick Harris co., London, 

England. C 170655, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Teddy b£ar : march by Johanna Mohr. 
pf. [4819 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
V 171260, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Teddy (The) bear and the bee; 

words by Frank Dupree, music by 

Ted. Coleman. [4820 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 172136, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. 

Jan. 10. 1908. 
Teddy bear hunt ; march and two step 

[by] Yalentine J. Bonk. pf. [4821 
Columbia pub. co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

C 170126, Dec. 21, 1907. 



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Teddy (The) bears picnic: character- 
istic novelty [by] John W. Bratton, 
arr. bv W. C. O'Hare. 8 vo. mili- 
tary band. [4822 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 171046, Dec 30, 1907. 

Tedeschi (L. M.) Fantaisie caprice; 
pour harpe chromatique. op. 40. 

[4S23 
Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 
Paris, France. C 170640, Dec. 28, 
1907. 

Tell Him so: [words] by W. C. Dal- 
bev [music] by De Loss Smith. 

[4824 
De Loss Smith, Des Moines, Iowa. 
C 171603, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Tell me the story of Jesus; [words 
by] Fanny J. Crosby [music by] 
Jno. R. Sweney. [4825 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa. In 
renewal for 14 years from Jan. 2, 
1908. C 169456, Dec. 14. 1907: 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1907. 

Tell me you believe the daisy ; words 
and music by Harry Edwards. 

[4826 
H. H. Sparks, Toronto, Canada. 
C 171842, Jan. 11, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 
30, 1907. 

Templar's parade grand march : for 

piano or cabinet organ, composed by 

D. W. Crist. [4827 

D. W. Crist, Moultrie, Ohio. C 

169S72, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Temps (Le) des Saintes; poeme d' 
Anatole le Braz [musique de] J. 
Guy Ropartz. chant et piano. 
(Quatre melodies no. 4.) [4828 

A. Dupont-Metzler. Nancy, France. 
C 171127, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
30, 1907. 

Ten little injuns ; recreation for pi- 
ano intro. familiar tunes, oy Paul i 
Lawsou. [4829 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170404, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Ten little toes; words by J. A. Glo- 
ver-Kind and Erroll Stanhope, music 
by J. A. Glover-Kind. [4830 

Price & Reynolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 171594, Jan. 6, 190S. 

Tent city; march and two step, by 
W. P. English, pf. [4831 

Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. C 
170487, Dec. 26. 1907. 



Terre (La) dort (Slowfooted night) ; 
song with piano ace. medium [voice], 
by W. H. Neidlinger, poem by Victor 
Hugo. [4832 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169752, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Texarkana ; by Ernest R. Ball, key of 

A flat, vocal orch. 952. 8vo. [4833 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 172143, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. 

Jan. 10, 1908. 

Thank God for the Sunday school; 
[words by] Johnson Oatman, jr. 
[music by] W. A. Post. [4834 

W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169773. Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Thanksgiving (A) episode: inter- 
mezzo [by] Massie and Guentzel. 
pf. [4835 

Thiebes Stierlin music co., St. 
Louis, Mo. C 171360, Jan. 2, 1908. 

That is all ; song, words by Edward 
Teschemacher. music by Robert 
Coningsby Clarke, in F. (Minia- 
tures no. 8.) [4836 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171185, Dec. 31, 1907. 

That's the reason I always get left; 
words by Worton David and J. Hay- 
den-Clarendon, music by Edward 
Montagu. [4837 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, 
England. C 169575, Dec. 16, 1907. 

That's why I never married; [from 
The Hoyden, words by John L. Gol- 
den and Joseph Cawthorne, music 
by J. L. Golden. [4S38 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 169866, Dec. 19, 1907. 

That wasn't all ; lyrics by Addison 

Burkhardt, music by Louis A. 

Hirsch. [4839 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 172027, Jan. 13, 190S. 

Then you'll remember me I know ; 
words by Beth Slaten Whitson, mu- 
sic by Leo Friedman. [4840 
Thompson music co.. Chicago, 111. 
C 170926, Dec. 30, 1907. 

There came a little child to earth ; 
Christmas song, by Duncan J. Muir. 

[4841 
S. Brainard's sons co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 169732, Dec. 17, 1907. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



21S 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 190S 






There is a green hill far away; by 
Ch. Gounod, arr. [for comet and 
piano] by W. Paris Chambers. 4to. 

[4842 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New- 
York, N. Y. C 16S303, Nov. 30, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. IS, 1907. 

There is joy beyond the skies; 

L words and music by] James D. 

Barnitz. [4843 

J. D. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170070, Dec. 20, 1907. 

There is never a day so dreary; 
[words by] Lilla M. Alexander 
[music by] W. E. M. Hackleman. 

[4844 
W. E. M. Hackleman, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. C 170302, Dec. 30, 1907. 

There's no love like the Master's; 

[words and music by] James D. 

Barnitz. [4845 

J. D. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170066, Dec. 20, 1907. 

They're all having their vacation 
but me; written by Thomas F. 
Rush. song. [4846 

T. F. Rush, Scranton, Pa. C 
161340, Sept. 3, 1907; 2c. Dec. 16* 
1907. 

Thine; words by Maude Elizabeth 
Inch, music by W. Rhys-Herbert, 
low voice. E flat. [4847 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 167552, Nov. 20, 1907; 2 c. Deo 
12, 1907. 

Thine eyes so blue and tender; by 
Eduard Lassen, arr. [for cornet an$ 
piano] by W. Paris Chambers. 4to. 

[4848 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 168286, Nov. 30, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

This joyous Sabbath day; [words 

by] J. A. Blant [music by] W. I. 

Southerton. [4849 

Biglow & Main co., New York, 

N. Y. C 170675, Dec. 28, 1907. 

This little pig went to market; 

recreations for piano intro. familiar 

tunes, by Paul Lawson. [4850 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170408, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Those same sweet words again; 
[from] The Merry clown, lyric by 
Chas. Baswitz, music by Herbert 
Dillea. [4851 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 161856, Sept. 3, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 17, 1907. 



Tnou art My Son ; [anthem by] T. 

B. Starr. (Octavo church music no. 

290). [4852 

Wm. Maxwell music co., New 

York, N. Y. C 169166, Dec. 10, 1907. 

I Thoughts (Gedimken) ; words and 
music by Walter L. Rosenberg, bari- 
tone or mezzo. English and Ger- 
man words. [4853 
Orpheus music co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 173397, Jan. 2, 1908. 

i Thoughts at twilight; mazurka 
[by] Alfred E. Warren, pf. [4854 
L. D. Laselle, Boston, Mass. C 
.170599, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Thou'rt like a tender flower; song, 
by Joseph A. Michel. [4855 

J. A. Michel, Denver, Colo. C 
169959, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Three (The) fishers; ballad, [words 
by] Charles Kingsley [music by] 
Oliver King, op. 112. [Chorus of 
mixed voices & piano]. (Novello's 
part-song book no. 1048). 8vo. 

[4856 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 168953, Dec. 9, 1907. 

Thy kingdom come ; [words by] R. F. 
Cooper, [music by] Jessie G. Herr. 

[4857 
J. G. Herr, Allegheny, Pa. C 
170918, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Till de unga; [song by] J. A. Hult- 
man. [4858 

J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170324, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Time (The) to love a woman; [from] 
Mr. Pipp from Pippsburg, words by 
C. P. McDonald, music by Wm. Fred- 
erick Peters. [4859 
Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 171384, Jan. 2, 1908. 
Time will tell my love for you; 
words and music by M. J. Stone. 

[4860 
Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
171981, Jan. 13, 1908. 

'Tis our festal day; two-part chorus 
for female voices [words by] Fred 
B. Appleget [music by] R. R. For- 
man. (Fischer's octavo edition no. 
3095). [4861 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 170944, Dec. 30, 1907. 

'Tis the man with whiskers ; com- 
posed by Frank Johnson, song. 

[4862 
F. Johnson, Seattle, Wash. C 
170834, Dec. 28, 1907. 



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pt. in, 11. s., v. 3 



To AliTHEA FROM PRISON | SOllg, WOl'dS 

by Richard Lovelace, music by Ge- 
rard Barton. [4S63 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 171235, Dec. 31, 1007. 

To arms, ye friends ; [words by] Liz- 

zie DeArmorid [music by] W. A. 

Post. [48(54 

W. A. Post, Syracuse, X. Y. C 



169777. Dec. 17, 1907 
1907. 



c. Dec. 18, 



TO BE AMONG THE OLD FOLKS ONCE 

again ; words by Birt Higb and Am- 
brose Borgquist, music by Clifford 
J. Werner. [4865 

C. J. Werner, Orange, X. J. C 
171083, Dec. 31, 1907. 

To evening (Aii soir) ; song, with 
piano ace, English version by Rosa 
Newrnarch, traduction francaise de 
May de Rudder [music by] Jean 
Sibelius, op. 17, no. 6. [key of F.] 

[4866 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
X. Y. C 171792. Jan. 2. 190S; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

To the God who reigns on high ; 

hymn, by Christina Rossetti, set to 

music by Joan Trevalsa. [4867 

Boosey & CO., London, England. 

C 172256, Jan. 16, 190S. 

To Thee, my God and Saviour : [an- 
them by] Harry Hale Pike. (Oc- 
tavo church ftuisic no. 289.) [4868 
Win. Maxwell music co., New 
York, X. Y. C 169163, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Toast (A) to our country; unison or 

solo, words and music by Wm. M. 

Trafton. [4869 

United music co.. Providence, R. I. 

C 171064, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Todesengel (Der) singt (The angel 
of death) ; German words by L. 
Pfau, Eng. by E. Buek, music by E. 
Haile, op. 15 no. 2, alt. or bariton. 
(Lieder u. gesilnge. ) [4870 

Luckhardt & Belder, Xew York, 
X. Y. C 170259, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Together, thou and I ; song, low 
voice in D flat, by Kate Yannah, au- 
thor of poem unknown. [4871 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 169757, Dec. 17, 1907. 

Told in the twilight; romanza [by] 
Le Roy Hartt. pf. [4872 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171261, Jan. 2, 190S. 



Toll the bells ! [words by] Wm. 

Frederick Schmidt [music by] J. 
Lincoln Hall. [4873 

Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172004, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Tombelle (Fernanddela) Eantaisie, 

sur deux themes, profane et grego- 

rian ; [pour] orgue. L4871 

F. de la Tombelle, Paris, France. 

C 171106, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Tonight's tribune ; words & music by 
Cody E. Miller; arr. by C. F. Kelsey. 

[4875 

C. E. Miller, Minneapolis, Mimi. 
C 167682, Nov. 23, 1907 : 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1907. 
Toothbrush (The) and the sponge; 
words by Arthur Davenport, music 
by H. G. Pelissier. [4876 

Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 
England. C 171480, Jan. 3, 1908. 
Topsy-turvy song and drill ; a humor- 
ous acting song for . . . girls and 
boys. (Flanagan entertainment se- 
ries.) 16mo. [4877 

A. Flanagan co., Chicago, 111. A 
195169, Dec. 26, 1907. 
Tote (Der) sold at ; gedicht von Ga- 
briel Seidl, mannerchor von Carl 
Attenhofer, op. 137 no. 1. (Choruses 
for men's voices.) 8vo. [4878 

Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magde- 
burg, Germany. C 171110. Dec. 31, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 
Touch not nor taste: [words by] 
Tanny J. Crosby [music by] Jno. R. 
Sweney. [4879 

Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa., in 
renewal for 14 years from Jan. 2, 
1908. C 169454, Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1907. 
Tout disparait ; petite suite pour pi- 
ano par 1. Philipp. (Feerie no. 6.) 

. [4880 

Heugel & cie., Paris. France. C 
170872, Dec. 30, 1907. 
Tout le long de la nuit ; poeme d'An- 
atole le Braz [musique de] J. Guy 
Ropartz. chant et piano. (Quatre 
melodies no. 2.) [4881 

A. Dupont-Metzner, Xaucy, France. 
C 171125, Dec. 31. 1907: 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1907. 
Towner (D. B.) ed. Class and chorus; 
revised [edition] a text book for 
chorus classes, singing schools, etc. 
Svo. [4882 

Bible institute colportage associa- 
tion of Chicago, Chicago. 111. A 
193367, Dec. 2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
190S. 



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215 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



Tragaldabas; von Eugen d'Albert fiir 
pianoforte zu 2 hiimlen: 2 tea pot- 
pourri; l tes potpourri. [4883, i ss ^ 
B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- 
many. C 169105, 169106, Dec. 10, 
1907; 2 c. each Dec. 9, 1907. 

Traxsiti s animae; oratorio per mez- 
zo-soprano e cori con ace. d'orches- 
rra. di L. Perosi, ridnzione per canto 
e pianoforte. 112178. 4to. [48S5 
G. Ricordi & e., Milan. Italy. C 
170638, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Trau' dem IIeilaxd: [words by] James 

Howe, tr. [by] W. Kunn [music by] 

J. E. Delmarter. [4886 

Bible institute colportage ass'n., 

Chicago. 111. C 170171. Dec. 23, 1907. 

Tbatjungsgesang : gedicht von Eliza- 
beth Schmidt, duett fur sopran'nnd 
tenor mit orgel, harmonium oder 
piano, von Carl Haine, op. 88. [4SS7 
Johann Andre, Offenbach-a-main. 
Germany. C 169121, Dec. 10, 1907. 

Travel aloxg Mister Moon : words by 
Vest Sutton, music by John Martin. 

[48SS 
V. Sutton, Vandalia, Mo. C 170952, 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

Tree (The) of life (Der lebensbaum) ; 

[words and music by] Harry 

Marschner. [4889 

H. Marschner, United States. C 

109030, Dec. 9. 1907. 

Trepard (Emile). Sonate: pour vio- 



lon et piano. 



[4S90 



L. Grus & cie., Paris. France. C 
170866, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Trim your lamp: [words by] Eizzie 
DeArmond [music by] W. A. Post. 

[4891 
W. A. Post. Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169778. Dec. 17, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Triste berceuse ; deux pieces pour 
violou avec ace. de piano par R. 
Statkowski, op. 34 no. 1. [4S92 

* B. Schott's sohne. Mavence, Ger- 
many. C 169109, Dec. 10, 1907: 2 c. 
Dec. 9, 1907. 

Triumphal march : by William Reed 
for the organ. [4893 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171417. Jan. 2, 1908. 

Triumphant morx : Easter sons: [mu- 
sic by] Charles P. Scott. [4894 
White-Smith music pub. co.. Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171551, Jan. 4, 1908. 



Trooper's (The) toast; words by Ed- 
ward Oxenford, music by Henry x. 
Dymond. (Six songs, no. 2.) Lon- 
don. The Vincent music co. I 1895 

Henry N. Dymond. London, Eng- 
land. C 169886, Dec. IS, 1907. 

Tboste im liede; male quartett by J. 
Mendelssohn [words by] F. II. Loh- 
mann. 8vo. [4896 

Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. C 
1C9269, Dec. 6. 1907: 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

Trotzkopfchex ; fiir pianoforte zu 4 
handen von Hans Ailbout. (Die 
kleine virtnosen no. 8.) [4697 

Eisoldt & Rohkriimer, Berlin. Ger- 
niany. C 169104, Dec. 10, 1907 : 2 c. 
Dec. 9, 1907. 

Trustixg : [words by] William H. 
Gardner, [music by] J. L. Gilbert. 

[4S9S 
Hatch music co.. Philadelphia. Pa. 
C 172611, Jan. 23, 1908. 

Turtle-dove (The) [song] edited by 
Cecil J. Sharp. [4899 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. • C 16925S, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Twiiight (Dammerung) ; for the pi- 
ano by Mary B. Ehrmann, op. 2. 

[4900 
Geo. B. Jennings co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171378. Jan. 2. 1908; 2 c. 
Dec. 13, 1907. 

Twilight (A) fancy; [bv] Ama C. 
Royce. pf. [4901 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 171342, Jan. 2. 190S. 

Twilight, ix Alabama: Southern 

sketch [by] Harry Pabst. 4to. 

orch. [4902 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 171112, Jan. 2. 1908. 

Twixkle (The) ix her eye; Irish 

song, words and music bv AYilbur 

Ha sea 11. [4903 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 

Mass. C 171336, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Two flats required : written by John 
P. Harrington, composed by Orlando 
Powell. [4904 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 171595. Jan. 6, 1908. 
Two little shoes : words by Edward 
Madden, music bv Theodore Morse. 

[4905 
F. B. Haviland pub. co.. New York, 
X. Y. C 170107, Dec. 19, 1907: 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 



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pt. in, 11. s., v. 3 



Two (The) lovers; noyellette [by] 

P. Hans Flath. 1. pf. 2. mand. 

solo. [4906 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 

170212, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Uncle Dudley: eccentric march and 
two step [by] Robert B. Kellogg, 
arr. by W. C. O'Hare. 8vo. orch. 

[4907 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 171051, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Under the double eagle (unter der 

dappel-adler) ; march for piano by 

J. F. Wagner. [4908 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170394, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Under the leaves (Sous la feuilles) ; 
[for piano by] F. Thome, op. 29. 

[4909 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170412, Dec. 24, 1907. , 

Under the linden (unter der linde) ; 
English version by Percy Pinkerton, 
[music by] Leop. Karlinsky. (Seven 
songs no. 3.) [4910 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. C 171688, Jan. 8, 
1908. 

Under the Matzos tree ; a ghetto love 
song, words by Alexander Carr, mu- 
sic by Fred Fischer. [4911 
F. Fischer music pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 164164, Oct. 10, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 19. 1907. 

Under the Mazuma tree; [from] The 
Mazuma man, words by George Sid- 
ney, music by Wm. J. McKenna. 

[4912 
Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 170566,' Dec. 27, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

Under the roses. Then and now ; 
words bv George Arnold, music by 
A. Von Ahn Carse. [4913 

Collard Moutrie, London, Eng- 
land. C 169365, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Under the silv'ry Congo moon : [by] 
Lawrence B. O'Connor, arr. by R. 
E. Hildreth. Svo. song arch. 

[4914 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
170215, Dec. 21, 1907. 

T t ?tder the wide and starry skies ; 
high voice in C [words by] Robert 
Louis Stevenson [music by] Kate 
Yannah. [4915 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 170075, Dec. 20, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 21, 1907. 



Undine; intermezzo by Gilbert Rey- 
nolds Combs, op. 11, for piano. 

[4916 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170386, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Unger (Alfred) Sechs kinderlieder ; 
mit leichter klavierbegleitung. 

[4917 
Karl Hems, Berlin, Germany. C 
171139, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1907. 

|.U. S. school of music] Fantasia 
by W. A. Mozart; [piano lessons] 
pages 1-10. [4918 

U. S. school of music, New York, 
N. Y. A 194619, Dec. 12, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 10, 1907. 

Intervals ; violin, lesson no. 1, 

series no. 1. [4919 

U. S. school of music, New York, 
N. Y. C 169901, Dec. 12, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 10, 1907. 

Kohler, op. 50 no. 3; [piano les- 
son]. [4920 
U. S. school of music, New York, 
N. Y. C 169899, Dec. 12, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 10, 1907. 

Third position; [violin lesson]. 

[4921 
U. S. school of music, New York, 
N. Y. C 169903, Dec. 12, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 10, 1907. 

— — Transposing-correction ; [piano 

lesson]. [4922 

U. S. school of music, New York, 

N. Y. C 169900, Dec. 12, 1907; 2 c. 

Dec. 10, 1907. 

The tremolo A; [banjo lesson]. 

[4923 
U. S. school of music, New York, 
N. Y. C 169904, Dec. 12, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 10, 1907. 

Unter seinem flugel; [words by] 
Henry Francis Lyte, tr. [by] C. A. 
Daniel [music by] Ira B. Wilson. 

[4924 
Bible institute colportage ass'n, 
Chicago, 111. C 170165, Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Until the coming of the Lord ; 
[words & music by] S. F. Carter. 

[4925 
S. F. Carter, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
170581, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Until the evening; a poem, by Mar- 
garet M. Melrose, set to music by 
Howard Fisher, in F. [4926 

Leonard & co., London, England. 
C 169963, Dec. 20, 1907. 



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217 



los. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



Uproar grand ; a burlesque grand 
opera sketch, lyrics by Charles Noel 
Douglas, music by Theo. H. North- 
rup. (Crest editiou.) Svo. voc. 
sc. [4927 

M. Witmark & sous, New York, 
N. Y. C 170140, Dec. 21, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1907. 

Use me, blessed Saviour; [words by] 
E. E. Hewitt [music by] AY. A. Post. 

[492S 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
1C97SS, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. IS, 
1907. 

Uti ungdomens var ; [words by] J. B. 
[music by] J. A. Hultmau. [4929 
J. A. Hultman, Worcester, Mass. 
C 170335, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Vaine texdresse; raise leute [pour] 
piano par M. J. Tremblay. [4930 
M. J. Tremblay, Paris, France. 
C 169572, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Yale. (Yale) ; fur eine singstimme 
mit klavierbegleituug, von Eugen 
Haile, op. 15, no. 1, fur tiefe stimme. 
(Lieder una gesange.) [4931 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 17025S, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Yalley stream, scliool march ; [by] 
Louis H. Pullman, pf. [4932 

L. H. Pullman, Yalley Stream, 
L. I. C 171939, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Yalse d'un soir; par Georges Menier 
[pour orchestre]. Svo. [4933 

Hatchette & cie., Paris, France. C 
170198, Dec. 23, 1907. 

[4934 



pour piano. 

Hatchette & cie., Paris, France. C 
170193, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Yalse eavortte ; pour piano par 

Maurice Gracev. Paris, Hatchette 

& cie. [4935 

W. Smvth, Paris, France. C 

170S63, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Yalse Polychrome ; musique de Adolf 
Stanislas, piano. [4936 

Adolf Stanislas, Paris, France. C 
169811, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Yalse romantique ; by S. Raurich, op. 
45, for piano. [4937 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170393, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Yalse Sylvia; by Frederick A. Wil- 
liams, op. 64, piano piece without 
octaves no. 2. [4938 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169740, Dec. 17, 1907. 

28929—08 7 



Van Dperen (William) Cavatina ; 
transcribed from violin and piano. 

[4939 
Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170246, Dec. 23, 1907. 
Yar vanlig mot djuren; [song by] J. 



A. Hultman. 




[4940 


J. A. Hultman, 


Worcester, 


Mass. 


C 170355, Dec. 23, 


1907. 




Yart songdagshem 


; [song by] 


J. A. 


Hultman. 




[4941 


J. A. Hultman, 


Worcester, 


Mass. 


C 170325, Dec. 23, 


1907. 





Yeni, vidi, vici (I came, I saw, I con- 
quered) ; by Claude Melnotte [for 
piano], grand galop de concert. 

[4942 
Kunkel bros., St. Louis, Mo. C 
171333, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Yera Yioletta; operette in 1 akt, mu- 
sik von Edmund Eysler, fur gesang 
und klavierbegleituug. no. 1, Sa- 
pristi — ein Kafer ; no. 2, Yera Vio- 
letta ; walzerlied ; no. 3, Paris-Pa- 
ris ; lied. no. 4, Adele ; lied. 

[4943^946 
Josef Weinberger, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 169114-169117, Dec. 10, 
1907; 2 c. each Dec. 9, 1907. 

fur klavier a 2 ms. no. 1, 

Potpouri, mit beigefiigtem text, 
no. 2, Walzer; no. 3, Sapristi- 
marsch. [4947-4949 

Josef Weinberger, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 169111-169113, Dec. 10, 
1907 ; 2 c. each Dec. 9, 1907. 

Yerbiage (Flunkermichel) ; polka mit 
Xylophon ad lib., by Oscar Fetras, 
op. 147, for piano. [4950 

Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, 
Germany. C 169097, Dec. 10, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 9, 1907. 

Yerdi (Giuseppe) Anvil chorus from 
II Trovatore : arr. by Harry Prendi- 
ville for orchestra. Svo. [4951 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
170124, Dec. 21, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Lombardi (I); selection for 2nd 

violin by Gustav Saenger. [4952 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170526, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Traviata ; selection for 2nd violin 

bv Gustav Saenger. [4953 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170547, Dec. 26, 1907. 
Yepres (Les) Siciliennes; selec- 
tion for 2nd violin by Gustav 
Saenger. [4954 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170523, Dec. 26, 1907. 



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Vebene; composed by Alene Campbell, 
song. [4055 

A Campbell, Cincinnati, Obio. C 
170821, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Verifirst (The) band book for be- 
ginners: written and compiled by 
Walter Lewis. [4956 

Jobn Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 169551, Nov. 25, 1907. 

Vesuvius march; [by] Jos. T. Kaine. 
1. 8vo. band, arr. by Otto Merz. 2. 
Svo. orch. [4957-495S 

Mace Gav music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 170043, 170044, Dec. 20, 
1907. 

Vieuxtemps (H.) Ballade et polo- 
naise de concert. In freier ueber 
tragung fuer klavier [by] Julia 
Rive-King, new ed. by Chas. Kunkel. 

[4959 
Kunkel bros., St. Louis, Mo. C 
171324, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Village (The) blacksmith; grand 

fantasia by Franz Gaetas for full 

military band. Svo. [4960 

Joseph Highman, ltd., Manchester, 

England. C 168905, Dec. 9, 1907. 

words by Longfellow, music by 

W. H. Weiss, edited by Hayden 

Coffin. [4961 

Edwin -Ashdown, ltd., London, 

England. C 170898, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Villanelle (La) du Diable; d'apres 
un poeme de M. Rollinat, fantaisie 
symphonique, composee par Ch. M. 
Loeffler, op. 9. Reduction pour piano 
a 4 mains, par Marcel Labey. [4962 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
171472, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Virginia (The) creeper: character- 
istic march, [by] Mae Davis, pf. 

[4963 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
170218, Dec. 21, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Virginia dear; [by] Frederick Good, 
arr. by Otto Merz. [song] [4964 
W. G. Widmann, Pittsburg, Pa. C 
171539, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Vision (The) ; poem by Cassius M. 
Loomis, music by Nathaniel D. 
Mann. [4965 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172141, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1908. 



Vision (The) glorious; offertory for 
soprano or tenor in E flat with piano 
or organ ace, by John Hyatt 
Brewer, words bv Edward Oxenford. 

[4966 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
170120, Dec. 21, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 
1907. 
"\ isions of dreamland ; waltzes, by 
Chas. T. Edwards, pf. [4967 

Brown & Edwards music co., Wil- 
mington, Del. C 170S46, Dec. 30, 
1907. 
Vivalia ; composed by Zena A. Maher. 
song. [4968 

Z. A. Maher. Santa Cruz, Cal. C 
170772, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Vogel (Moritz) ed. Vier leichte 
klaviersuiten ; nach opernmotiven 
... op. 81. no. 1, Die lustigen 
weiber von Windsor ; von O. Nicolai. 
no. 2, Fidelio ; von L. van Beethoven, 
no. 3, Preciosa; von C. M. von 
Weber, no. 4, Hans Heiling; von 
H. Marschner. [4969-4972 

P. Pabst, Leipzig, Germany. C 
169973-169976, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
each Dec. 21, 1907. 

Vogelhochzeit ; charakteristisches 

ton stuck von S. Translateur, op. 147, 
[fur piano]. [4973 

Apollo-verlag, Berlin, Germany. 
C 1G999S, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 21, 
1907. 

Voice (The) of liberty; [words by] 

Wm. Frederick Schmidt [music by] 

J. Lincoln Hall. [4974 

Hall-Mack CO., Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 172007, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Voice of spring; [by] Carolyne Edith 
Memmler. pf. [4975 

Windsor music co., Chicago, 111. 
C 172322, Jan. 16, 1908. 

Voila pourquoi je chante (Liebes- 
lehren) : valse chantee, paroles de 
Gabriel Montoya, deutscher text von 
Job. Bernhoff, inusique de Charles 
Grelinger. 1. Chant et piano; 2, 
Piano seul. [4976, 4977 

Schott freres, Bruxelles, Germany. 
C 169988, 1699S9, Dec. 20, 1907 ; 2 c. 
each Dec. 21, 1907. 

Voix (La) des coquilles de mer; 
paroles de Victor de Cottens et 
Pierre Veber, d'apres Frank Pixley, 
musique de Gustav Luders. [497S 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172109, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1908. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



nos. 6-9, Fob.. 1908 



2 1 ( .) 



leaf (Al- 

revision, 

Hans T. 

[4981 

N. Y. C 






Voluntary no. 27; % by J. W. Lerman 

for organ. Svo. [4979 

Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 

C 169376, Dec. 12. 1907. 

Wachs (Paul) Blush roses; raise 

tendre. Metrostyie 75621. [Pianola 

arr.j [49S0 

Aeolian eo., New York, N. Y. C 

170629, Dee. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 

190S. 

Wagner (Richard) Album 

bumblatt) ; for piano, 

phrasing and fingering by 

Seifert. 

Carl Fischer, New York, 
170405, Dec. 26, 1007. 

Bridal chorus from Lohengrin ; 

a it. bv R. E. Hildreth for orchestra. 
Svo. [49S2 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
170210, Dec. 21, 1907. 

[for cornet and piano] by 

W. Paris Chambers. 4to. [4983 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 168294, Nov. 30, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

[for flute and piano] by Mo- 

ritz Werner. [4984 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169312, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 
[for yiolin and piano] by Al- 
bert E. Wier. 4to. [4985 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169331, Dec. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Evening star. O du mein holden 

abendstern : arr. [for cornet and 
piano] by W. Paris Chambers. 4to. 

[49S6 
Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 16S27S, Nov. 30, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

Meistersinger (Die) ; selection for 

2nd yiolin by Gustav Saenger. [4987 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170525, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Yollstandiger klavierauszug, 

erleichterte bearbeitung yon Karl 
Klindworth. Ausgabe mit den 
hauptsiichlichslen leitinotiven nach 
Dr. Julius Burghold. 4to. [4988 
B. Schott's sohne, Mayence, Ger- 
many. C 169599, Dec. 16, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 

Tannhauser; Fantaisie brillante 

by J. B. Singelee, op. 131, for yiolin 
and piano, edited by Otto K. Schill. 

[4989 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169736, Dec. 17, 1907. 



Wagneb (RictfARD) — Continued. 

Tannhauser selection; [arr. by] 

Aubrey Stauffer, op. 20 no. 9, for 
mandolin solo. [4990 

C. 1). Smith, Chicago, 111. G 
171410, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Tristan and Isolda ; selection arr. 

by Theo. AT. Tobani, op. 483, for 
orchestra. [4991 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170484, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Wait for the rainbow dearie ; by 
Chas. E. Baer. song. [4992 

Welch & Wilsky, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 171673, Jan. 7, 1908. 

Wake, for the dawn is breaking ; 
[words by] Lizzie DeArmond [music 
by] P. A. Williams. [4993 

W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. C 
169787, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

YValdatjer (August) Concert polka; 
piano solo. [4994 

Kunkel bros., St. Louis, Mo. C 
171316, Jan. 2, 1908. 

WALDyoGELEiN ; lied fur eine sing- 
stimme mit begleitung des piano- 
forte, yon Victor Hollaender, ged- 
icht yon Heinrich Blau. [4995 

Johann Andre, Offenbach a Main, 
Germany. C 169466, Dec. 14, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Waltz (A) dream; chorus, act 1, no. 
1, lyric by Joseph Herbert, music by 
Oscar Straus, arr. by A. Carroll Ely. 

[4996 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, N. 
Y. C 172332, Jan. 17, 1908. 

oyerture, music by Oscar Straus, 

arr. by A. Carroll Ely. pf. [4997 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, N. 
Y. C 172330, Jan. 17, 1908. 

waltzes, arr. from melodies of 

Oscar Straus' operetta, by A. Carroll 
Ely. pf. [4998 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, N. 
Y. C 172083, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Walzertraum (Ein) ; operette in 3 
akten, musik yon Oscar Straus, 
klayierauszug mit text. (klavier- 
particele). [4999 

Felix Bloch erben, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 157766, June 21, 1907 ; 2 c. 
May 31, 1907. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 3 



Wand ( The ) of youth ; music to a 
child's play, first suite, by Edward 
Elgar, op. 1 a . no. 1, violino 1 ; no. 
2, violino 2 ; no. 3, viola ; no. 4, 
cello ; no. 5, basso ; no. 6, flauto e 
piccolo; no. 7, oboi ; no. 8, clari- 
netti ; no. 9, fagotti ; no. 10, contra 
fagotto. [5000-5009 

no. 11, corni 1 & 2 in F; no. 12, 

corni 3 & 4 in F ; no. 13, trombe 1 
e 2; no. 14, tromboni 1 & 2; no. 15, 
trombone basso; no. 16, arpa ; no. 
17, tuba ; no. 18, gran cassa e piatti ; 
no. 19, triangolo e tamburo piccolo 
ad lib. no. 20, timpani. [5010-5019 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171285-171304, Jan. 2, 1908. 

music to a child's play, first suite, 

by Edward Elgar, op. 1 a , arr'. for 

pianoforte solo. 4t0. [5020 

Novello & co., limited, London, 

England. C 169431, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Wanderer (The) ; words by Jean 
Havez, music by Ed. V. Cupero. 

[5021 
Lew Dockstader, New York, N. Y. 
C 170079, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Wapita (The) ; march [by] Bert S. 
Elliott, pf. [5022 

B. S. Elliott Washington, D. C. 
C 172030, Jan. 13, 1908. 

War wohl jemals ein freund so 
treu? [words by] Harriet Fithian, 
tr. [bv] AY. J. Zirbes [music by] 
Ira B. Wilson. [5023 

Bible institute colportage ass'n., 
Chicago, 111. C 170170, Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Was ich mochte ; lied fur eine sing- 
stimme und klavier, gedicht und 
musik von F. Eberle, op. 55. Hoch. 

[5024 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 108096, Nov. 29, 1907. 

Way down yonder in the cornfield ; 
male quartette, arr. by Aubrey Stauf- 
fer. 8vo. [5025 

C. D. Smith, Chicago, 111. C 
170691, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Way (The) grows brighter; [words 
and music by] Jno. A. Taylor. [5026 
Hildebrand-Burnett co., Roanoke, 
Ya. C 171022, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Way (The) to Jack Frost's land; 
words and music by Ida Maude Ti- 
tus. [5027 
Entertainment pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 169674, Dec. 16, 1907. 



We are cradled in His love; quar- 
tet, written D*y Belle Kellogg 
Towne, composed by T. Martin 
Towne. [5028 

T. M. Towne, Chicago, 111. C 
171041, Dec. 30, 1907. 

We are more than conquerors; 
[words by] Mrs. Flora B. Harris 
[music by] Jno. R. Sweney. [5029 
Lizzie E. Sweney, Chester, Pa., in 
renewal for 14 years from Jan. 2, 
1908. C 169459, Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1907: 

We are waiting for the morning; 

words adapted [music by] J. Owen 

Long. [5030 

Hildebrand-Burnett co., Roanoke, 

Ya. C 171024, Dec. 30, 1907. 

We give Thee but Thine own; 

[words by] W. W. Howe [music 

by] E. S. Lorenz. [5031 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. 

C 170934, Dec. 30, 1907. 

We shall be like Him; [words by] 
E. E. Hewitt [music by] W. A. Post. 

[5032 
W. A. Post, Syracuse, N. Y. O 
169780, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 

We shall know each other there; 

sacred song, words by E. C. Bolles, 

music by A. F. Loud. [5033 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170683, Dec. 28, 1907. 

We won't go home until morning; 

words by Keller Mack, music by 

Frank Orth. [5034 

Mack & Orth, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 174181, Jan. 3, 1908. 

We would see Jesus ; sacred song, 
low voice in D flat, original key 
[music by] William G. Hammond. 

[5035 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 170082, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Weber (Carl Maria von) Euryanthe; 

selection for 2nd violin by Gustav 

Saenger. [5036 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 

C 170527, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Oberon ; selection for 2nd violin 

by Gustav Saenger. [5037 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170517, Dec. 26, 1907. 



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221 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 1008 



Webeb (Cart. Maria von) — Continued. 

Preciosa ; bearbeitet . . . von 

Moritz Yogel, op. 81. (Vier leichte, 
klaviersuiten nach operninotiven 
no. 3). [5038 

P. Pabst, Leipzig, Germany. 
109975, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 21, 
1907 

Weckeblin (J.-B.) Dernieres mel- 
odies ; serie 1, Le dieu d'amonr, 
paroles anciennes. Bergere Volage, 
paroles anciennes. Bon jour l'amour, 
paroles popularies. Paris, A. Du- 
rand & fils. 8 vo. [5039 

J. B. Weckerlin, Paris, France. 
C 170076, Dec. 12, 1907. 

Weihnachtsabent ; fur gesang und 
piano von Bogumil Zepler [ged. von] 
Ludwig Fulda. [5040 

Verlag der " Musikwelt," Rob. 
Reibenstein, Berlin, Germany. C 
169083, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

Weihnachtsblumen ; fur eine sing- 
stimme mit klavier, von Sigfrid 
Karg-Elert, op. 63, fiinf gedichte 
von Asta v. Wegerer no. 4. hobe 
stimme. [5041 

Carl Simon, musikverlag, Berlin, 
Germany. C 170574, Dec. 27, 1907. 

Western (The) wind; [words by] W. 
E. Henley, [music by] Max R. Wald. 

[5042 
G. M. Scbirmer, Boston, Mass. C 
170725, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Weyts (Henby) Valse caprice; for 

the piano, op. 69, [edited by S. L. 

Herrmann]. [5043 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 170382, Dec. 24, 1907. 

What a Savioub is this Jesus ; 

[words by] Rev. Elisha A. Hoffman 

[music by] W. J. Jones. [5044 

Hildebrand-Burnett co., Roanoke, 

Va. C 171023, Dec. 30, 1907. 

What can you say? [words & music 
by] C. Austin Miles. [5045 

Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170093, Dec. 16, 1907. 

What does he want it fob? written 
and composed by Heath, Hyde and 
Harry Boden. [5046 

Shapiro, Von Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 172121, Jan. 
15, 1908. 

What manneb of love ; anthem, by 
Adam G. Horst. [5047 

A. G. Horst, Tabor, Iowa. C 
171766, Jan. 9, 190S. 



What the Mastee says to me ; poem 
by Cassius M. Loomis, music by Na- 
thaniel D. Mann. [5048 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172146, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1908. 

What's the use of movin', when you 
got no place to go ; words and 
music by William Silver and Fred'k 
T. Strachan. [5049 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 
C 168729, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
24, 1907. 

What says youb heaet to me; 
words and music by M. S. Conklin. 

[5050 
Groene music pub. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 169697, Dec. 16, 1907. 

What then? [words by] Jerome Mc- 
Cauley [music by] W. E. M. Hackle- 
man. [5051 
W. E. M. Hackleman, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. C 170294, Dec. 23, 1907. 

When a fellow's in love with a 

gibl; written and composed by Bert 

Danson. [5052 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 172272, Jan. 16, 1908. 

When Cupid's abeow piebced my 
heaet; words by Chas. K. Kauf- 
man, music by Henrietta Markstein. 

[5053 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 170132, Dec. 21, 1907. 

When I gaze in those deae deeamy 
eyes; written by Cecil Lidden and 
Percy Edgar, composed by Herbert 
Clark. [5054 

Shapiro, Yon Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 171663, Jan. 
7, 1908. 

When I have left deab home; com- 
posed by Francis J. Sonnek. song. 

[5055 
F. J. Sonnek, St. Louis, Mo. C 
170814, Dec. 28, 1907. 

When I was in the choeus of the 
Gaiety; words by Arthur Wimperis 
and Walter Davidson, music by 
Harry Yon Tilzer. [5056 

H. Von Tilzer music pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 171198, Dec. 31, 1907. 

When in thine eyes I gaze (Wenn 
ich in deine augen seh' ) ; [words by] 
Heinrich Heine, translated by Eliza- 
beth Ruggles [music by] Ward Ste- 
phens. [5057 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171564, Jan. 4, 1908. 



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When its moonlight, Mary dar- 
ling, 'NEATH THE OLD GRAPE ARBOR 

shade; medley waltz, intro. When 
the slieep are in the fold Jennie 
dear [by] J. Fred Helf, arr. by 
Everett J. Evans. 8vo. orch. 

[5058 
Helf & Hager co., New York, 
N. Y. C 1705S7, Dec. 27, 1907. 

TVHEN IT'S MOONLIGHT ON THE PRAIRIE, 
DARLING Mary, THERE'S A PARSON 
ONLY TWENTY MILES AWAY; WOl'dS 

by Robt. F. Roden, music by S. R. 
Henry. [5059 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 171907, Jan. 11, 1908. 

When Lenore promised, to be mine; 
words and music by Rae M. Pack- 
man. [5060 
Victor Kreiner co., Chicago, 111. 
C 169620, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907. 

When Miss Patricia Salome did her 
funny little oo la palome j words 
bv Vincent Brvan, music bv Harry 
Von Tilzer. [5061 

H. Von Tilzer music pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 171199, Dec. 31. 1907. 

When Santa Claus comes; [words 

by] Palmer Hartsough [music by] 

J. H. Fillmore. [5062 

Fillmore bros. CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

C 170996, Dec. 30, 1907. 

When stars are shining (Wenn die 
sterne schemer) ; three part chorus 
for women's voices, by H. Spielter, 
op. 72 no. 2. (Octavo choruses . . . 
no. 127.) [5063 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170266, Dec. 23, 1907. 

When sweet Marie was sweet six- 
teen ; [by] Ernest R. Ball, key of 
G, vocal orch. 960. [5064 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 171495, Jan. 3, 1908. 

When the band plays Yankee 
Doodle ; medley march and two step, 
intro. I'm going on the warpath 
[bv] Joel R. Corin, arr. by R. L. 
Hale. Svo. band. [5065 

Leo Feist. New York, N. Y. C 
171703, Jan. 8, 1908. 

When the breeze is blowing (Der 
sausewind) ; [ged. v.] Karl Busse, 
English version by Percy Pinkerton, 
[music by] Leop. Karlinsky. (Seven 
songs no. 2.) [5066 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. C 171687, Jan. 8, 
1908. 



When the dinner horn shall blow ; 

composed by Mrs. R. B. Morrow. 

song. [5067 

Mrs. R. B. Morrow, West Point, 

Ga. C 170791, Dec. 28, 1907. 

When the elderberry blossoms are 

in bloom ; words by C. J. Lawler, 

music by W. L. Rosenberg. [5068 

Orpheus music co., Philadelphia, 

Pa. C 17139S, Jan. 2, 1908. 

When the frost begins to gather in 

your locks; composed by A. E. 

Randall, song. [5069 

A. E. Randall, Latrobe, Pa. C 

170S37, Dec. 28, 1907. 

When the hawthorne blooms again, 

Molly mine : written and composed 

by Cecil Lidden. [5070 

Charles Sheard & co., London, 

England. C 172132, Jan. 15, 1908. 

When the minstrels came to town ; 
[from] The Bad boy and his Teddy 
bears, words by Frank Dupree, 
music by Ted. Coleman. [5071 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172137, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1908. 

When the nightingales are singing 
Nelly dear ; composed by Frank A. 
Morville. song. [5072 

F. A. Morville co., Marquette, 
Mich. C 162107, Sept. 17, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 7, 190S. 

When the robins return in the 
spring ; composed by George T. 
Spence. song. [5073 

G. T. Spence, Lowell, Mass. C 
170S1S, Dec. 28, 1907. 

When the shadows of evening fall; 
words and music by Robt. B. Don- 
nell. [5074 

R. B. Donnell, Jenkintown, Pa. 
C 169860, Dec. 17, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1907. 

When the song of love is heard; 

words by Joseph Herbert, music by 

Arthur Weld. [5075 

T. B. Harms co., New York, N. Y. 

C 172231, Jan. 15, 1908. 

When the Springtime brings the 
roses, Jessie dear ; words by Robert 
F. Roden, music by J. Fred Helf. 

[5076 
Helf & Flager co., New York, N. Y. 
C 170158, Dec. 23, 1907. 



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223 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



When the sun kissed the sea good 
night; song, by Charles Schakford. 

[5077 
Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 170562, Dec. 27, 
1007; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1907. 

WHEN THE SUNRISE PAINTS THE DIS- 
TANT hills with rose; words by 
Clifton Bingham, music by Marcus 
Hope. [5078 

Charles Sheard & co., London, 
England. C 170076, Dec. 27, 1907. 

When the twilight shadows fall; 
[song by Geo. H. Howies. [5079 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171005, Dec. 30, 1907. 

When thou art near me; words by 
Lady John Scott [music by] Mary 
Carr Moore, op. 35, no. 2, low v. 

[5080 
Sterling music pub. co., Seattle, 
Wash. C 169724, Nov. 18, 1907. 

When to-morrow brings a thought 
of yesterday; [by] Phil Staats, arr. 
by R. E. Hildreth. 8vo. song, 
orch. [5081 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
170217, Dec. 21, 1907. 

When we were boys ; [song] words by 
S. A. White, piano ace. [5082 

H. H. Sparks, Toronto, Canada. 
C 170088, Dec. 2, 1907. 

When you belong to nobody; words 
by Mrs. A. E. Bingham, music by 
Madden music co. [5083 

Mrs. A. E. Bingham, Junction City, 
Kans. C 165569, Oct. 28, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 24, 1907. 

When you want me write and i will 
come to you ; words and music by 
Russell Webb. [5084 

Webb Rockefeller Miller, Chicago, 
111. C 166002, Nov. 1, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 6, 1908. 

When you're afloat on the billows ; 
composed by G. Forsythe. song. 

[5085 
G. Forsythe, Bosworth, Tex. C 
170801, Dec. 28, 1907. 

When you're away; composed by 
Alicia Kent. song. [5086 

A. Kent, Waterville, Wash. C 
170793. Dec. 28, 1907. 

When you're dreaming, dream of me ; 
intro. Cindy I'd die for you, arr. by 
J. Messina for 2 mandolins and gui- 
tar. [5087 
Jos. Morris co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 169514, Dec. 14, 1907. 



Where do you go from here? words 
and music by Joe Bren. [5088 

Thiebes-Stierlin music co., St. 
Louis, Mo. C 171361, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Where love alone is king ; words by 

Harry D. Kerr, music by Ernest R. 

Ball. [5089 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 170137, Dec. 21, 1907. 



i no. 1, B flat; no. 2, D; no. 

: 3, G. [5090-5092 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 171058-171060, Dec. 30, 1907. 

{ Where the Allegheny flows ; words 

by Chas. E. Weir, music by Chester 

C. Bonner. [5093 

Olean pub. co., Olean, N. Y. C 

1710S2, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Where the bee sucks : [words from] 
The Tempest by Shakespeare [mu- 
sic by] A. Madeley Richardson. 
(Choruses for equal voices no. 
1105). Svo. [5094 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 
England. C 169609, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Where the citrons bloom (Wo die 
citronen blulrr) ; waltz by Joh. 
Strauss, op. 364, arr. by Alfred 
Roth for orchestra. Svo. [5095 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170958, Dec. 30, 1907. 
, 
Where the hills rise high ; arr. and 
adapted for three-part chorus for 
women's voices, by E. J. Fitzhugh, 
words by Carolyn B. Fitzhugh. (Oc- 
tavo choruses ... no. 120). [5096 
Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 
N. Y. C 170273, Dec. 23, 1907. 

i Where the May flowers bloom ; com- 
posed by Elizabeth S. Cram. song. 

[5097 
E. S. Cram, Peterboro, N. H. C 
170785, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Where the old mill used to be ; 
words by J. Frank Cutchin, music 
by Frank Howard. [5098 

J. F. Cutchin, Valeria, Va. C 
170764, Dec. 28, 1907. 
Where the plains of sunny Kansas 
stretch away : words by J. M. 
Walsh, music by I. O. Sherrod. 

[5099 

J. M. Walsh. Lake City, Kans. C 

170S50, Dec. 30. 1907. 

Where the Silver Snake river 

flows ; composed bv 01 in A. Megor- 

den. [5100 

O. A. Megorden, Ontario, Oreg. 

C 1707S4, Dec. 28. 1907. 



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Where the white crested waves 
sweep the rock-bound shore ; bari- 
tone or bass song, words by Gifford 
Folkard, music by Hewitt Puttock, 
no. 1 in A flat. [5101 

Price & Reynolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 170895, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Whip-poor-will waltz; by C. Kinkel 
[for piano]. [5102 

W. F. Shaw, New York, N. Y. C 
171238, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Whispering leaves ; caprice elegante 

by M. Tliea. Hays. pf. [5103 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., Se- 

dalia, Mo. C 169654, Dec. 16, 1907. 

White (William Alfred) Harmony 

and ear-training. 8vo. [5104 

Silver, Burdette & co., Boston, 

Mass. A 193466, Dec. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Dec. 11, 1907. 

White (The) pilgrim anthem book. 
Svo. [5105 

C. V. Strictland & son, Hunting- 
ton, Ind. A 195774, Jan. 3, 1908. 

White's amateur dance album, no. 2. 
4to. [5106 

Jean White, Boston, Mass., in re- 
newal for 14 years from Dec. 19, 
1907. A 194531, Dec. 18, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 27, 1907. 

White's amateur song album, no. 1. 
4to. [5107 

Jean White, Boston, Mass., in re- 
newal for 14 years from Dec. 24, 
1907. A 194532, Dec. IS, 1907; 2 c 
Dec. 27, 1907. 

Who but your lover ; song [music by] 

Arthur H. Ryder, op. 8 no. 1. High 

voice in E. [5108 

G. M. Schirmer, Boston, Mass. C 

170727, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Who'll buy my love knots; hymen's 
song, words by Tom Moore, music by 
M. J. Ritterstein, op. 12. no. 3 in 
G. [5109 

J. H. Larway, London, England. 
C 171449, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Who was George Washington; rec- 
reation for piano intro. familiar 
tunes, by Paul Lawson. [5110 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170401, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Why does azure deck the sky; song 
with piano ace. [words by] Thomas 
Moore [music by] Arthur Bergh, op. 
11. no. 1, soprano or tenor ; no. 2, 
alto or baritone. [5111, 5112 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 171521, 171522, Jan. 3, 1908. 



Wier (A. E.) College medley; arr. 
[for flute and piano] by Moritz 
Werner. 4to. [5113 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. C 169322, Dec. 11, 
1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907. 

Wiggles ; by Harriet Hamilton, arr. 
by Ethel Ball Marvel, pf. [5114 
Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 170711, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Wild flower waltzes; composed by 

M. W. Butler, pf. or org. [5115 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., Se- 

dalia, Mo. C 169648, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Wilkens (Ignatius M.) Asperges me; 

male voices arr. by John A. Schehl. 

(Select Catholic choruses . . . 1358.) 

Svo. [5116 

Groene music pub. co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. C 169700, Dec. 16, 1907. 
Mass in honor of St. John the 

Baptist; arr. for male voices by 

John A. Schehl. Svo. [5117 

Groene music pub. co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. C 169701, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Will they hang my papa? composed 
by Mabel McDonald Bell. song. 

[5118 

M. McD. Bell, Portland, Oreg. 

C 170754, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Willie in sabots; wooden shoes; 

for the piano by Wm. Caven Barron. 

(Three Dutch compositions no. 2). 

[5119 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171247, Jan. 2, 1908. 
Willie, won't you wait a little 
while? [from] The Babes in the 
Wood, words by Bertrand Davis, 
music by Ralph Nairn. [5120 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171182, Dec. 31, 1907. 
Willing and obedient; [words and 
music by] Rev. Grant C. Pollock. 

[5121 

R. A. Jennings & Grant C. Pollock, 

Pittsburg, Pa., and Keesport, Pa. 

C 171702, Jan. 8, 1908. 

Willing to learn; [from] A Lucky 

dog, words by Ed. Rose, music by 

Albert Gumble. [5122 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 170561, Dec. 27, 

1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

Wind (The) the morn and I; song 

with piano ace, high or medium 

[voice], by W. H. Neidlinger, poem 

by Franz Christan. [5123 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

169753, Dec. 17, 1907. 



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Wind yourself around me, dearie ; 
[from] Playing the pouies, lyrics by 
Edward Madden, music by Theodore 
Morse. [5124 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 170911, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Wine (The) from the Rhine (Vom 
Rhein der wein) ; song with Eng- 
lish and German text by H. Brandt, 
op. S, English version by Alice Mat- 
tullath. low voice in B flat. [5125 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170533, Dec. 26, 1097. 

Wink ! W t ink ! Wink ! words by I 
Arthur Penn, music by Edna Wil- 
liams. [5126 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. G 172135, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1908. 

Winter (A) carnival; valse by 
Adam Geibel for piano [5127 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171620, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Winter evening; schottisch, com- 
posed by A. Kohaus. pf. [5128 
L. C. Gotthold, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170930, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Winter shrouds her resting place 

with snow ; [words by] A. D. Cox 

[music by] Sef Roux. [5129 

A. D. Cox, Pella, Iowa. C 167967, 

Nov. 27, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Winter (A) story ; [for piano by] A. 
Czibulka. [5130 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 170224, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Winzerrose; male quartet by E. 
Buettner, op. 21, no. 1. 8vo. [5131 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
169267, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Wireless vibrations; written by Mrs. 

H. M. Montgomery, song. [5132 

Mrs. H. M. Montgomery, Dallas, 

Texas. C 170153, Dec. 20, 1907 ; 2 c. 

Dec. 11, 1907. 

With you in dreamland ; words and 

music by Clifford Odoms. [5133 

R. C. Odoms, Cleveland, Ohio. C 

168875, Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 26, 

1907. 

Withered (The) rose; by Lulu Bell 
Strauss, song. 

L. B. Strauss, Leavenworth, Kans. 
C 134269, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 
13, 190S. 



Wohlfahrt (Heinrich) Musik- 
alescher kinderfreund (children's 
friend) ; for piano, four hands, op. 
87. (Carl Fischer's music library 
ed. no. 511). obi. Svo. [5135 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170486, Dec. 26, 1907. 

Wolstenholme (W.) National folk- 
songs, no. 1 England. Six English 
songs; Deutsch von L. Kirschbaum. 
New edition. [5136 

Charles Avison, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169585, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907. 

Wonderful grace ; [words by] Rev. F. 

L. Snyder [music by] Howard G. 

Smith. [5137 

Hildebrand & Burnett, Roanoke, 

Va. C 171026, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Wondrous (The) dawn; words by G. 
H. Earl, music by Will M. S. Brown, 
medium v. [5138 

Brown & Edwards music co., Wil- 
mington, Del. C 172314, Jan. 2, 
1908 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907. 

Won't you be my sunbeam Susie; 

words by Richard Henry Buck, 

music by Sandy Engelke. [5139 

Welch & Wilsky, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 171351, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Won't you come back home? [words] 

by James Rowe [music] by De Loss 

Smith. [5140 

De Loss Smith, Des Moines, Iowa. 

C 171005, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Woodland murmur; reverie, by Fred- 
erick Weber, pf. [5141 
Chas. Himmelman & co., Chicago, 
111. C 171396, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Work; words and music by F. Dario, 

for mixed voices. (Quartettes and 

choruses no. 41). Svo. [5142 

Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 

N. Y. C 170251, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Work, for the night is coming; 

variations for piano or organ by M. 

W. Butler. [5143 

A. W. Perry & sons' music co., 

Sedalia, Mo. C 169663, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Worship ; words and music by Honore. 

P. Jackson. [5144 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 171056, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Wouldn't that be lov-er-ly ! arranged 

as a solo and duet ; written by A. J. 

Mills, composed bv Bennett Scott. 

[5145 

Star music pub. co., ltd., London, 

England. C 169576, Dec. 16, 1907. 



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Weeck (The) of the Julie Plante; 
a legend of Lac St. Pierre, words by 
William Henry Drnmmond, music 
by Herbert Spencer. [5146 

Delmar music co., Montreal, Can- 
ada. C 170611, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Wrecked (The) home; by Mildred 

Proper Frank, song. [5147 

M. P. Frank. Glendive, Mont. G 

167410, Nov. 18, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 26. 

1907. 

Wunsch (The wish) ; song for a high 

voice with piano ace, by Elsa Breidt, 

words by Anna Spanuth. [5148 

G. Schirmer. New York, N. Y. C 

169745, Dec. 17, 1907. . 

Y. w. c. a. ; march by L. W. Lewis, 
pf. [5149 

L. W. Lewis, Portland, Oreg. C 
173571, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Yankee breezes ; national rag medley, 
composed by Nancv Bierbaum. pf. 

[5150 
Groene music pub. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 169699, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Yankee Doodle coon ; [from] The 
Oyster man, words by Henry S. 
Creamer, music by Will H. Yodery. 

[5151 
M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 169925, Dec. 19, 1907. 

Yankee (The) girl; Caprice [by] 
Theo. M. Tobani. 4to. orch. [5152 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170715, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Yankee Mose : two step, composed by 

M. G. Wittman. pf. [5153 

L. E. Long & M. G. Wittman, Lees 

Summit & St. Louis, Mo. C. 169068, 

Nov. 22, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1907. 

Yankee (A) tourist; selection [by] 
Alfred G. Robyn, arr. by T. P. and 
Geo. J. Trinkaus for mand. orch. 

[5154 
M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 170139, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Ye banks and braes of bonnie Doon : 
transcription by T. P. Ryder, op. 105 
[for piano]. [5155 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 26. 1907. C 169560, Dec. 
16, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907. 

Yr. layde faire; waltzes by R. L. 

Weaver, arr. by J. Messina for two 

mandolins and guitar. [5156 

Jos. Morris co., Philadelohia, Pa. 

C 169519, Dec. 14, 1907. 



Yearning ; romance by L. M. Gotts- 
chalk. pf. [5157 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 171251, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Yet there is room ; [words by] Dr. 
Horatius Bonar [music by] W. E. 
M. Hackleman. [5158 

W. E. M. Hackleman, Indianap- 
olis, Ind. C 170292, Dec. 23, 1907. 

YOU ARE MY OWN SWEETHEART; WOrdS 

and music by Lew Roberts. [5159 
L. Roberts, Nashville, Tenn. C 
16S516,- Dec. 3, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
190S. 

YOU HAVE CHANGED THE WINTER IN MY 
HEART TO GLAD SPRINGTIME J WOl'dS 

and music by Jean Havez. [5160 
Lew Dockstader, New York, N. Y. 
C 171731, Jan. 9, 190S. 

You'll not forget me darling ; com- 
posed by Robert M. Turner, song. 

[5161 
R. M. Turner, Rushville, 111. C 
170757, Dec. 28, 1907. 

lOU'RE JUST THE SORT OF LITTLE GIRL 

I love : words by J. Edward Killea. 

[5162 
M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 169917, Dec. 19, 1907. 

You're not the one for me; [from] 
The bad boy and his Teddy bears, 
words by Frank Dupree, music by 
Ted. Coleman. [5163 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 171494, Jan. 3, 190S. 

You're not the same old girl; by 

Ben Jansen. song. [5164 

Thiebes-Stierlin music co., St. 

Louis, Mo. C 171365, Jan. 2, 190S. 

You're the candy kid ; words and mu- 
sic by Jno. J. Puderer. [5165 
J. J. Puderer, New Orleans, La. 
C 172245, Jan. 16, 1908. 

You're the sweetest girl I ever 
knew : words and music by Michael 
Resnick. [5166 

Willis Woodward & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 171670, Dec. 18, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 17, 1907. 

You've made a hit with me ; lyrics by 
Frank Dupree, music by Ted Cole- 
man. [5167 
M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 171493, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Your kiss ; words by Marguerite Rad- 
clyffe-Hall. music by Hubert Bath, 
no. 2 in F. [5168 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 169730, Dec. 17, 1907. 



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nos. 6-0, Feb., 1908 



Your love is wealth untold ; lyric 

bv D. R. Miller, melody by Wm. T. 

Heller. [5169 

Welch & Wilsky, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 171354, Jan. 2, 190S. 

Youb lovely eyes; composed by 
Charles O'Mally Foy. song. [5170 
C. O'M. Foy, Rincon, Ga. C 
170779, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Your mission ; [song by] S. M. Gran- 
nis, arr. by W. E. M. Hackleman. 

[5171 
W. E. M. Hackleman, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. C 170289, Dec. 23, 1907 

Youthful diversion ; intro. well- 
known childrens melodies for piano, 
by Geo. L. Spaulding. 4to. [5172 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 170396, Dec. 24, 1907. 

Ysobel ; serenade by J. Oakden, piano. 

[5173 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
170699, Dec. 28, 1907. 

Yum ! Yum ! written by John P. Har- 
rington, music by Orlando Powell. 

[5174 
Monte Carlo pub. co., London, 
England. C 169962, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Zampa; by L. J. Herold, selection for 
2nd violin by Gustav Saenger. [5175 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
C 170519, Dec. 26, 1907. 



Zanella (Amilcare) Tempo di lninu- 
etto; for pianoforte, op. 29. [5176 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
170236, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Zilcher (Paul) Pell-mell; 12 easy 
pianoforte pieces, op. 56 book 2. no. 
7, Dialogue (zwiegesprach) : no. 8, 
Polonaise; no. 9, Albumleaf (Ge- 
denkblatt) ; no. 10, Gazelle; no. 11, 
Evening bells (Abendglockchen) ; 
no. 12, mazurka. [5177-5182 

Augener, limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 169S21-169826, Dec. 18, 
1907. 

Zollner (Carl) The alphabet; for 
chorus of men's voices a cappella, 
harmonized and edited by John 
Hyatt Brewer. (G. Schirmer's coll. 
... no. 5027). 8vo. [5183 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
169641, Dec. 16, 1907. 

Zum neuen Jahr; [ged. von] Eduard 
Moerike, fur vierstimmigen manner- 
chor von Hans Harthan, op. 87. 
(Drei lieder no. 2). 8vo. [5184 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 169982, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1907. 



Number of entries of musical compositions completed by deposit of 2 
copies each and entered in the catalogue since Jan. 1, 1908 5, 184 



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PART 3: 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 
INDEX 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 3 

Nos. 10-13 

MARCH, 1908 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1908 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by authors (composers) or titles. Information con- 
tained in the title is not repeated in the collation. Piano music is understood 
to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Songs are understood to be with 
pf. ace. unless otherwise stated. Titles reading " Words by," " Music by " are 
to be understood as songs. 

The index at the end of the Catalogue contains title references to all compo- 
sitions entered under the authors in the Catalogue and author references to 
all composition entered under the titles in the Catalogue. 

The following abbreviations are used: pts., parts; sc, score; yoc. sc, vocal 
score ; pf . sc, pianoforte score ; arr., arranged, arrangement ; ace, accompani- 
ment ; coll., collection ; v., violin ; va., viola ; vc, violoncello ; pf., pianoforte ; 
orch., orchestra ; org., organ ; guit., guitar ; mand., mandolin. 



The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week. As the weekly issue of Part 3 
would necessitate a possible search through 52 alphabets in each year in order to 
locate the title of any given musical composition, it has been suggested to avoid this 
inconvenience that the alphabet for Part 3 (musical compositions) be made to include 
all the titles entered during each month, instead of each week, so that a search for 
any musical work deposited for copyright during the year would require an examination 
of only 12 indexes instead of 52 as formerly. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Every entry in the 
Catalogue implies the deposit of copies, the title of no musical work being included in 
the Catalogue unless copies are on file, but if the copies have been received on the 
same date as the day of entry the statement of the receipt of copies on that date is- 
not repeated but is understood. 

The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read " Copyright by A. Rouart & 
cie., Paris. France. Class C, XXc, no. 172862, Jan. 27, 1908 ; 2 copies received Jan. 27, 
1908." 



A la derive : poesie de Genevieve Le 
Lasseur, musique de H. de Fonte- 
nailles. No. 1, en sol mineur, voix 
grave. [5185 

A. Rouart & cie., Paris, France. 
C 172862, Jan. 27, 1908. 

A Yucchella ; arietta de Posillipo, pa- 
role di Gabriele d'Annunzio, musica 
di F. Paolo Tosti. No. 1 soprano o 
tenore, 112147. [5186 

.G. Ricordi & c, Milan, Italy. C 
171279, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Abbey (The) ; march and two step, 

by Glenn D. Bothwell. pf. [5187 

Popular music pub. co., Detroit, 

Mich. C 173698, Feb. 7, 1908; 2 c. 

Feb. 17. 1908. 

Abbottsford: first prize tune by Paul 
Eastman. (The Yorkshire prize 
tunes, no. 118). Old and new nota- 
tions. Svo. [5188 
James Broadbent & son, ltd., 
Leeds, England. C 171652, Jan. 7, 
1908. 



ACH ICH SEHNE MICH NACH THRANEN J 

fur eine singstimme mit klavier- 
begleitung, komponiert von Carl 
Beutel. (Sechs lieder, no. 4). 

[5189 
Jonassen-Eckermann & co., Berlin, 
Germany. C 171897, Jan. 11, 1908; 
2 c. Jan. 10, 1908. 

Adams (Mrs. Crosby) Barcarolle, op. 
2; a pedal study for piano solo. 

[5190 
Clavton F. Summy co., Chicago, 
111. C 172691, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Adieu, vous dy la larme a l'oeil: 
poesie de Frangois Villon, musique 
de Roger-Ducasse. (Deux rondels, 
no. 2). [5191 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 171636, Jan. 7, 1908. 

Adoration; words by Frances Ridley 

Havergal, music by Frances Allit- 

sen. [Ed. for organ ace] [5192 

Boosey & co., London, England. 

C 172255, Jan. 16, 1908. 

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Adoration — Continued. 

words by John Keats, [music by] 

Kurt Schindler, op. 11, no. 3. High 
in A. [5193 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C. 
171819, Jan. 10, 1908. 

After while; [words by] Emmet 
Ramer, [music by] W. J. Rogers. 

[5194 
R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173948, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Aghadoe; ballad for solo voice and 
piano, words by John Todhunter, 
music by Howard Brockway, op. 34. 
Low voice. [5195 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171780, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Ailes (Les) des cloches; poesie de 
Louis Le Lasseur de Rawzay, 
musique de H. de Fontenailles. no. 
1 en re mineur, voix grave. [5196 
A. Rouart & cie., Paris, France. 
C 172857, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Al Mercedita; serenade by Fritz 

Stahlberg, op. 5 no. 3, violin solo 

with piano ace. [5197 

Theo. Bendix music pub., New 

York, N. Y. C 173274, Feb. 1, 1908. 

Albert (Eugen d') Albumblatt (Al- 
bumleaf ) ; for the pianoforte. [5198 
Augener limited, London, England. 
C 173009, Jan. 29, 1908. 

Ali Baba; intermezzo for piano, [by] 

Ernest Lent. [5199 

Columbia music pub. co., inc., 

Washington, D. C. C 168682, Dec. 5, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1908. 

Aline; three step, by Mrs. T. H. Lee. 
pf. [5200 

Hauschild music co., Victoria, Tex. 
C 174380, Feb. 13, 1908. 

All for the happy Easter day; 

[words by] Lizzie De Armond, 

[music by] Ira B. Wilson. [5201 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

173921, Feb. 10, 1908. 

All on account of a girlie; [song] 

by Maurice Stonehill. [5202 

W. C. Parker, New York, N. Y. 

C 170102, Dec. 19, 1907 ; 2 c. Oct. 30, 

1907. 

All the day long; [words by] Wm. 

C. Stokes, [music by] Will L. 

Thompson. [5203 

W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 

Ohio. C 173184, Jan. 31, 1908. 



All the way to Calvary ; [words by] 

Fred P. Morris, [music by] Robert 

Harkness. [5204 

Charles M. Alexander, Chicago, 

111. C 174691, Feb. 19, 1908. 

All things come of Thee; [song by] 
E. S. Lorenz. [5205 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. 
C 173025, Jan. 29, 1908. 

All to Jesus ; [words by] W. C. Mar- 
tin, [music by] E. E. Roberts [5206 
A. J. Showalter co., Dalton, Ga. 
C 172214, Jan. 15, 1908. 

All to Thee ; [words by] Wm. C. Pool, 
[music by] S. B. Jackson. [5207 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174290, Feb. 12, 1908. 

All under the blood; [words by] 

Johnson Oatman, jr., -music by E. D, 

Curry. [5208 

The Showalter-Patton co., Dallas, 

Tex. C 174001, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Allerseelen (All Soul's day) ; fur 
eine singstimme mit begleitung des 
pianoforte, English version by John 
Bernhoff, music by Richard Strauss, 
op. 10. Ausgabe fur mittlere 
stimme. (Acht gedichte no. 8.) 

[5209 
Jos. Aibl verlag, Munich, Ger- 
many. C 171853, Jan. 11, 1908. 

Alt i Jesus ; [words by] T. Simonson, 
[music by] L. Oscar Anderson. 

[5210 
Anderson & Hilland, Minneapolis, 
Minn. C 172425, Jan. 17, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 20, 1908. 

Alte schweitzer; [ged. v.] Conrad F. 
Meyer, [fiir] gesang u. klavier koni- 
poniert von Volkmar Andreae, op. 
12. (Vier gesange no. 2.) [5211 
Gebriider Hug & co., Leipzig, 
Germany. C 173375, Feb. 3 ; 



Although the fig tree shall not 
bloom ; [words by] Douglas MacMil- 
lan, [music by] M. L. McPhail. 

[5212 
M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173128, Jan. 30, 1908; 2c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

Am murmelnden bach ; [ged. von] 
Wilhelm Conrad Gomoll, fur eine 
singstimme mit klavier, komponiert 
von Hugo Kaun, op. 79. (Vier 
lieder, no. 2.) [5213 

C. A. Challier & co., Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 173328, Feb. 3, 1908. 



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231 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 190S 



America : grande fantaisie de concert 
by T. P. Ryder, op. 106, [piano]. 

[5214 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Jan. 19, 190S. C 171738, Jan. 
9, 190S: 2 c. Jan. 10, 1908. 

Among the trees ; choral-rhapsody, 
words by B. M., music by Joseph 
W. G. Hathaway, op. 21. Vocal 
score. Svo. [5215 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 172370, Jan. IS, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 17, 190S. 

Amore; poesie de J. Fabiesky, mu- 
sique de J. Jemain ; mezzo-soprano 
ou baryton, ton original, English 
translation by the composer. [5216 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 172922, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Amour (L') est roi; marche, paroles 
de Pierre d'Anior, musique de H. 
Moulton. no. 1 piano et chant. 

[5217 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
171972, Jan. 13, 1908. 

An jenemtag: arie aus Hans Heiling, 
von H. Marschner, leichte ton- 
stticke . . . mit fingersatzbezeich- 
nung, fur das pianoforte, von D. 
Krug. op. 196 no. 287. [5218 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 172758, Jan. 25, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1908. 

Anchored ; part-song or chorus for 
men's voices, with piano ace, [mu- 
sic by] Michael Watson, arr. by N. 
Clifford Page, [words by] S. K. 
Cowan. (Octavo edition no. 11732). 

[5219 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171921, Jan. 11, 1908. 

And so I'll plead ; [words by] John- 
son Oatman, jr., [music by] J. M. 
Edwards. [5220 

J. M. Edwards, Alvarado, Tex. 
C 173990, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Aneta; mazurka three step by Chas. 

Edward Cone. pf. [5221 

Popular music pub. co., Detroit, 

Mich. C 173695, Feb. 7, 1908; 2 c. 

Feb. 17, 1908. 

Angel (The) death ; [words by] John- 
son Oatman, jr., [music by] J. A. 
Merritt. [5222 

J. A. Merritt, Snyder, Tex. C 
173999, Feb. 10, 1908. 



Angels roll the rock away ; anthem, 
full chorus [music by] L. O. Emer- 
son. (Lorenz octavo anthems, no. 
707.) [5223 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173587, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Angels' (The) welcome home; 

[words arr. by] F. S. Pond, [music 

by R. W. Lester. [5224 

A. J. Showalter co., Dalton, Ga. 

C 172223, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Answer to Dearie; words by John J. 
Yeazie, music by Madden music co. 

[5225 
J. J. Veazie, New York N. Y. C 
172633, Jan. 23, 1908. 

Any old place in the world with 
you: [from] The Soul Kiss, words 
by Harry B. Smith, music by Mau- 
rice Levi. [5226 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172883, Jan. 25, 1908. 

Apollo and the seaman ; a poem on 
immortality by Herbert French, set 
as a dramatic symphony with 
choral epilogue by Joseph Hol- 
brooke, op. 51. Pianoforte arrange- 
ment by the composer. London, 
Novello & co., ltd. [5227 

Herbert French, London, England. 
C 172513, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Approach (The) of Spring; by Fred- 
erick Corby, pf. [5228 

F. Corby, Olean, N. Y. C 174116, 
Feb. 12, 1908. 

Apres la gavotte; par Alphonse 
Weingaertner, pour hautvois, avec 
ace. de piano. [5229 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 
Paris, France. C 173750, Feb. 8, 
1908. 

April; poem by William Watson, 

[music by] Victor Harris. High in 

D. [5230 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
171814, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Arcadelt (Jacob d') Ave Maria; arr. 
by Karl Klein for violin and piano. 
(Bagatelles no. 3). [5231 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
171901, Jan. 11, 190S; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
190S. 

Are you the gentleman? lyrics by 
Felix F. Feist, music by Joel P. 
Corin. [5232 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
172767, Jan. 25, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1908. 



232 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 3 



Ariane und Blaubart ; niarclien in 
drei aufziigen, dichtung von Maurice 
Maeterlinck, musik von Paul Dukas. 
Vollstandiger klavierauszug vom 
koniponisten, ins Deutsche ubert- 
ragen von Harry La Violette. 4to. 

[5233 
A. Durand & fils, Paris, France/ 
C 172105, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Ariette; pour violon seul, [par] 
Ernest Moret. [5234 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
173307, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Armen (Die) kadetten ; lied fur eine 
Oder mehrere singstiinme, aus Der 
Mann mit den drei frauen, text von 
Julius Bauer, musik von Franz 
Lehar. Gesang und klavier, no. 6. 

[5235 

Ludwig Doblinger ( Bernhard 

Herzniansky ) . Vienna, Austria. C 

171879, Jan. 11, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 

1908. 

Armstrong (W. D.) Hymn; for the 
organ. (Fischer's edition.) obi. 
8vo. [5236 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 170948. Dec. 30. 1907 : 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1908. 

■ Recitative, aria and choral; for 

the organ. (Fischer's edition), obi. 
8vo. [5237 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 170947, .Dec. 30, 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1908. 



— Scherzino ; for 
(Fischer's edition). 



the organ, 
obi. Svo. 

[5238 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 170949, Dec. 30. 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1908. 

Aronson (Samuel S.) Air de ballet. 

The gossipers ; arr. for violin and 

piano by Wm. Dressier. [5239 

Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, 

N. Y. C 171553, Jan. 4, 1908. 

AS LONG AS THE WORLD ROLLS ON ; 

words by George Graff, jr., music by 
Ernest R. Ball, in G. [5240-5242 
M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 174440, Feb. 14, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 12, 1908. 

[by] E. R. Ball, arr. by Tom 

Clark; no. 1, solo B flat cornet and 
pf. ; no. 2, solo trombone and pf . 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 173424, 173425, Feb. 3, 
1908. 



AS LONG AS TIME SHALL LAST; WOrdS 

and music by Chas. T. Prisk. [5243 
Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. C 
173407, Feb. 3, 1908. 

As Mount Zion ; [song by] Geo. S. 
Schuler. [5244 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173207, Jan. 31, 1908. 

As they glide around: skating waltz 
song ; words by Will A. Boyd, music 
by Will T. Pierson. [5245 

Columbia music pub. co., inc., 
Washington, D. C. C 172915, Jan. 
27, 1908. 

Aschenbrodel (Cinderella) ; [by] 
Franz Bendel, op. 135, for piano 
four hands. (Deutsche marchen- 
bilder no. 3.) [5246 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
171809, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Ashford (E. L.) Caprice; [for or- 
gan], obi. Svo. [5247 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
171613, Jan. 6, 1908. 

March movement; [for organ]. 

obi. Svo. [5248 

Lorenz pub. co.. Dayton, Ohio. C 
171610, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Prelude on Sessions; [for organ]. 

obi. Svo. [5249 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
171612, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Processional; [for organ], obi. 

Svo. [5250 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton. Ohio. C 
171608, Jan. 6, 1908. 

Ashopton; extra prize tune by W. 
Peace. (The Yorkshire prize tunes, 
no. 122.) Old and new notations. 
Svo. [5251 

James Broadbent & son, ltd., 
Leeds, England. C 171661, Jan. 7, 
1908. 

At evening ; English version by J. Her- 
man Thuman, [music by] Friedrich 
Kiihmstedt, women's v. 8vo. [5252 
W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 174342, Feb. 12, 1908. 

At Maximes ; from The Merry Widow, 
words by Henry Rutgers, on melody 
by Franz Lehar, arr. by Theodore 
Morse. [5253 

New York Sunday American. New 
York, N. Y. C 173389, Feb. 3, 1908. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



233 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 190S 



At the banquet; [words by] G. M. 
Bills, [music] arr. [by] M. L. Mc- 
Tliail. [5254 

M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173127, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

At the carnival : march, piano four 

hands, [by] Frederick A. Williams, 

op. 41. [5255 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. Mass. 

C 17365G, Feb. 0, 190S. 

At the farm : [by] Jean Du Val. pf. 

[5256 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172474, Jan. 20, 190S. 

Atalanta ; galop, by L. K. Tannah. pf. 

[5257 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 24, 1907. C 169559, Dec. 
16, 1907. 

Au Colysee; danse paienne no. 1, 
de la Suite Italienne, by M. Gracey, 
transcription, piano by A. Landry. 

[5258 
W. Smyth, Paris, France. C 
172845, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Au jardin; petite suite pour instru- 
ments a vent; 2 flutes; 1 hautbois; 
2 clarinettes ; 1 cor et 1 basson. Par- 
tition. 8vo. [5259 
Heugel & cie, Paris, France. C 
173304, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Augenblicke (Visions) ; [ged. von] 
Robert Hamerling, English transla- 
tion by Paul Bliss, [musik von] 
Alexander von Fielitz, op. 86. (Four 
songs, no. 1). [5260 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 173712, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Auld lang syne; fantasia [by] Wm. 
R. Stobbe for orchestra. 4to. [5261 
Carl Fischer, New York, X. Y. C 
173239, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Aunt Mary; waltzes, [by] Marguerite 
Starr, pf. [5262 

Jos. W. Stern & co., Xew York, 
X. Y. C 174578, Feb. 17, 1908. 

Automobil-marsch ; nach motiven der 

operette Die DollarDrinzessin, von 

Leo Fall, fur klavier *2/m. [5263 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Xew York, 

X. Y. C 173687, Feb. 7, 1908. 

Aveu d'amour ; romance pour piano, 
par John Francis Barnett. [5264 
Weeks & co., London, England. C 
173293, Feb. 3, 1908. 



Avice; waltz, by Will E. Dulmage. pf. 

[5265 
Popular music pub. co., Detroit, 
Mich. C 173699, Feb. 7, 1908; 2 c. 
Feb. 17, 1908. 

Awake, my lyre ! words from the Ger- 
man, [music by] S. A. Sargent. 8vo. 
mixed v. [5266 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 172591, Jan. 22, 1908. 

Awake up, my glory; Easter anthem 
composed by Caleb Simper. 8vo. 

[5267 
Caleb Simper, Barnstaple, England. 
C 171531, Jan. 4, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1908. 

Away: song from Betta the gipsy, 
words by Edward Waltyere, music 
by Emilio Pizzi ; no. 1, in E flat, low, 
simplified ed. ; no. 2, in F, high. 

[5268 
Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. C 172448, 172449, 
Jan. 20, 1908. 

Aylward (Florence) Song (A) of 
service; words by A. Frewen Ayl- 
ward. Voice and piano. 

[5269-5270 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171682, Jan. 8, 1908. 

[voice part only]. 8vo. 



Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. 171685, Jan. 8, 1908. 

Babcock (Maltbie Davenport) Four 
sacred songs ; 1, Am I a soldier ; 2, 
Father of a boundless love ; 3, Hark, 
hark my soul; 4, Salvation, [voice 
and piano ace] 4to. [5271 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 
173059, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1908. 

Bach ([Leonhard?] Emil.) Finale, 
from the opera Ariele ; arr. by R. 
Klugescheid, for orchestra. 4to. 

[5272 
Carl Fischer, Xew York, X. Y. C 
173244, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Bachelor (The) boy; words and 
music by Corriene Attebery, arr. by 
Mary Jaque. [5273 

C. Attebery, Webb City, Mo. C 
169798, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1908. 

Bachelors (The) waltz; by William 

H. Santelmann. pf. [5274 

Columbia music pub. co.. inc., 

Washington, D. C. C 173653, Feb. 

6, 1908. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 3 



Back in the dear old prairie state; 

words and music by H. Wellington 

Gustin. [5275 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. C 

173403, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Bairstow (Ed. C.) Legend in A flat 
major. (Stainer & Bell's organ 
library no. 9. Edited by Sir Charles 
Stanford.) [5276 

Stainer & Bell, London, England. 
C 173711, Dec. 30, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 23, 
1907. 

Baldwin (Samuel A.) Te Deum lau- 
damus ; set to music in the key of C. 
(Church music review no. 84.) 8vo. 

[5277 
H. W. Gray co., New York, N. Y. 
C 172537, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Ballad a o dusi J ana Nerudy ; pro bas 

a klavier, slozil Vitezslar Nova.k, op. 

29. 4to. [5278 

Mojmir Urbanek, Prague, Austria. 

C 173325, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Ballerina's (The) vision; valse lente 

[by] John J. Braham, for orchestra. 

4to. [5279 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

173258, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Balloon (A) honeymoon; words by 
Belle Berryhill, [music by] Dick 
Sandling. [5280 

Berryhill music co., Los Angeles, 
Cal. C 172987, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 27, 1908. 

Banjo (The) dance; from Professor 
Napoleon, book and lyrics by R. 
Wade Davis, music by J. Mahlon 
Duganne. [5281 

Davis bros., Altoona, Pa. C 
174200, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1908. 

Banker's (The) Waterloo; [words] 
by G. C. Gray, music by Chas. John- 
son. [5282 
G. C. Gray & C. Johnson, Kansas 
City, Mo. C 172436, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Banners of Spring ; an original Easter 
service for Sunday schools, words by 
Lizzie De Armond, B. B. James, mu- 
sic by W. B. Judefind, A. L. Jude- 
find. [5283 

Judefind bros., Baltimore, Md. C 
174367, Feb. 13, 1908. 

Bantock (Granville) Melody in E 
fiat; for the pianoforte. [5284 

Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 
England. C 172118, Jan. 15, 1908. 



Barentanz (Bear dance) ; caprice by 

Fritz Stahlberg, op. 10 no. 6, violin 

solo with piano ace. [5285 

Theo. Bendix music pub., New 

York, N. Y. C 173273, Feb. 1, 1908. 

Barn dance; schottische simplice, by 

Chas. Edward Cone. pf. [5286 

Popular music pub. co., Detroit, 

Mich. C 173700, Feb. 7, 1908; 2 c. 

Feb. 17, 1908. 

Be a follower of Jesus, [words by] 

Jennie Wilson, [music by] J. W. 

Dennis. [5287 

J. W. Dennis, Delhi, Okla. C 

173984, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Be a joyful witness; [words by] 
Kate Ulmer, [music by] M. L. Mc- 
Phail. [52S8 

M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173131. Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

Be a worker true ; [words by] Jennie 
Wilson, [music by] W. C. Tinsley. 

[5289 
A. J. Showalter co., Dalton, Ga. 
C 172210, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Be clean; [words by] Johnson Oat- 
man, jr., [music by] Robt. L. Fergu- 
son. [5290 
R. L. Ferguson, Venus, Tex. C 
173996, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Be joyous and happy to-day; [words 

by] Johnson Oatman, jr., [music by] 

A. J. Robertson. [5291 

A. J. Robertson, Tolar, Tex. 

C 172189, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Be kind; [words & music by] Wm. 
Edie Marks. [5292 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174267, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Be merciful unto me; anthem . . . 
composed by C. Stather. (Church 
series, no. 23). 8vo. [5293 

James Broadbent & son, ltd., 
Leeds, England. C 171659, Jan. 7, 
1908. 

Be mine, I love you so, be mine ; valse 
[from] The Merry widow, by Franz 
Lehar, arr. by M. Greenwald [for 
piano]. (The Merry widow dance 
folio). [5294 

Will Wood, New York, N. Y. C 
172616, Jan. 23, 1908. 

Be ye therefore followers of God; 
anthem for chorus of mixed voices, 
with tenor solo and organ ace, by 
James H. Rogers. (G. Schirmer's 
coll. of octavo church music no. 
5026). [5295 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172533, Jan. 21, 1908. 






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235 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



Beacon (The) shrine; sacred song, 
written by John Hannon, composed 
by Gnstave Chaudoir. [5296 

Chas. Sheard & co., London, Eng- 
land. C 171806, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Bear ye one another's burdens ; 
[song by] George H. Carr. [5297 
John A. Davis, Binghamton, N. Y. 
C 173278, Feb. 1, 1908. 

Beat upon mine, little heart ! words 
by Tennyson, music by Lilian Green, 
no. 2 in F. [5298 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172522, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Beautiful lessons of life ; [song by] 
Will L. Thompson. [5299 

W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 
Ohio. C 173187, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Beautiful Spring; [words by] Lizzie 
De Armond, [music by] Ira B. Wil- 
son. [5300 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173925, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Beauty (The) unrevealed; [words 

by] Mrs. J. M. Hunter, [music by] 

A. J. Showalter. [5301 

A. J. Showalter, Dalton, Ga. C 

172200, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Beauty's eyes; [by] F. Paolo Tosti, 
arr. by J. C. Macy for part-song for 
men's voices. (Quartettes and cho- 
ruses no. 130). [5302-5303 
White- Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171764, Jan. 9, 1908. 



for women's voices. 8vo. 



White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 172499, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Beck (J. Mitchell) Polonaise in D; 1 
for the piano. Philadelphia, Theo- 
dore Presser. [5304 
James M. Beck, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172523, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Beemt (H. Van den) Scale and chord 
studies; for violin. 4to. [5305 

H. R. Schirmer, Philadelphia, Pa. I 
C 172565, Jan. 22, 1908. 

Behold, I show you a mystery; solo j 
for low voice, [music by] Carrie B. 
Adams. [5306 j 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C I 
173603, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Behold, what a wonder! [words by] 
Alexander Clark, [music by] Hubert 
P. Main. [5307 

H. P. Main, Newark, N. J. In re- 
newal for 14 years from Mar. 29, 
1908. C 172036, Jan. 14, 1908. 



Bell (The) boys of New York; by 
Lewis W. Clancy. Song. [5308 

Katherine Clancy, Toronto, Can- 
ada. C 160475, Aug. 26, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 23, 1908. 

Bell (The) goes a-ringing for Mary; 
written and composed by Charles 
Somers and John A. Glover-Kind. 

[5309 
Shapiro, Yon Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 173564, Feb. 
5, 1908. 

Beloved sons of God are we; [words 
by] Horace E. Hollister, [music by] 
M. L. McPhail. [5310 

M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173151, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

Beneath the cross of Jesus; hymn- 
anthem, [words by] Elizabeth C. 
Clephane, [music by] Harry Hale 
Pike. (Choir Journal, no. 218°). 
8vo. [5311 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 172290, Jan. 16, 1908. 

Beneath the shining sun ; words by 
Louis E. Gerber, music by Chas. L. 
Johnson. [5312 

L. E. Gerber, Kansas City, Mo. 
C 171641, Jan. 7, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1908. 

Berceuse melancolique ; pour violon 
et piano, par Gabriel Fervan. 

[5313 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 
England. C 171545, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Berceuse pour un soir d'automne; 

pour violon avec ace. de piano, [par] 

Ernest Moret. [5314 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 

173305, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Berridge (Arthur) Eight hymns and 
tunes; for anniversaries and general 
use, by Arthur Berridge, A. Gill 
[and others] Selection S. 8vo. 

[5315 
James Broadbent & son, ltd., 
Leeds, England. C 171650, Jan. 7, 
1908. 

Betrothal dance; four-part song for 
women's voices, words from Herder's 
Stimmer der Volker, by Simon Dach, 
[music by] Theo. Hemberger. (G. 
Schirmer's collection . . . no. 5087). 
8vo. [5316 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
' 173573, Feb. 5, 1908. 



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Better home, sweet home; [song by] 
Will L. Thompson. [5317 

W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 
Ohio. C 173181, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Bewitching eyes : three-step, [by] 
John J. Noonan. pf. [5318 

J. J. Noonan & co., Buffalo, N. Y. 
174373, Feb. 13, 1908. 

Beyond the gates ; solo for baritone 
or mezzo soprano, [by] Ira B. Wil- 
son. [5319 
Lorenz pub. eo„ Dayton, Ohio. C 
172890, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Beyond the starry skies ; Easter song 
with violin and cello ad lib., [words 
by] J. Fanch, [music by] W. F. 
Sudds. [5320 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
172888, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Beyond this vale of sorrow ; [words 
by] P. B. Hughes, [music by] T. T. 
Taylor. [5321 

H. M. Eagle and T. T. Taylor, 
Burkes Garden, Va., and Childers- 
burg, Ala. C 172185, Jan. 15, 1908. 

BlENCHEN SUMMT NICHT MEHR ; lied 

aus der operette, Der Mann mit den 
drei frauen, text von Julius Bauer, 
musik von Franz Lehar. Gesang 
und klavier, no. 3. [5322 

Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard 
Herzmansky), Vienna, Austria. C 
171123, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1908. 

Big chief Battle-Axe ; chorus for 
male quartette, [bv] Thos. S. Allen. 

[5323 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. O 
173453, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Big chief Tommy Hawk; [song] by 

Bert FitzGibbon. [5324 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 173648, Feb. 6, 1908; 2 c. 

Feb. 5, 1908. 

Big (The) stick; words by Will A. 
Boyd, music by Will T. Pierson. 

[5325 
Columbia music pub. co., inc., 
Washington, D. C. C 173291, Feb. 1, 
1908; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1908. 

BlLDER AUS DEM KINDERLEBEN ( Scenes 

from child life) ; fur eine singstimme, 
violine und klavier. Komponiert von 
Jakobus Menzen, op. 4. English 
translation by Harry J. Bosson. 

[5326 
Joh. Franz Weber, g. m. b. h., 
Cologne, Germany. C 171867, Jan. 
11, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1908. 



Binet (Frederic) Menuet des pages, 
op. 87 ; pour piano. [5327 

A. Durand & flls, Paris, France. 
C 171624, Jan. 7, 1908. 

Bingo was his name ; schottische arr. 
by Adolph Becht, for piano. [5328 
Brehm bros., Erie, Pa. C 172900, 
Jan. 27, 1908. 

Bird (The) and the rose; words by 
Robert S. Hichens, music by Amy 
Elsie Horrocks, revised and edited 
ed. ; no. 1 in F, high ; no. 2 in D, low. 

[5329 
Century music pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. O 172681, 172682, Jan. 24, 
1908 ; 2 c. each Jan. 25, 1908. 

Bird's proposal ; by Harry Appel. pf. 

[5330 
Seminary music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 173497, Feb. 4, 1908. 

Birthday (A) ; written by Christina 

Rossetti, music by Frederic H. 

Cowen, in C. [5331 

Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 

England. C 172452, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Birthday (The) of the king; [words 

by] James Rowe, [music by] A. H. 

Leister. [5332 

R. IT. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 

C 173975, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Bitte, bttte schon ; lied aus der oper- 
ette, Der Mann mit den drei frauen, 
text von Julius Bauer, musik von 
Franz Lehar. Gesang und klavier. 
no. 11. [5333 

Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard 
Herzmansky), Vienna, Austria. O 
171883, Jan. 11, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1908. 

Bizet (Georges) Arlesienne (L') ; 
suite de concert no. 2, arr. by Theo. 
M. Tobani for orchestra. No. 1, 
Pastorale; no. 2, Menuett. 4to. 

[5334-5335 
Carl Fisher, New York, N. Y. C 
173242, 173243, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Auf in den kampf; aus Carmen, 

leichte toustlicke . . . mit finger- 
satzbezeichnung, fur das pianoforte, 
von D. Krug, op. 196 no. 284. [5336 
Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 172755, Jan. 25, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1908. 

— — Habanera, aus Carmen; leichte 
tonstucke . . . mit fmgersatzbezeich- 
nung, fur das pianoforte, von D. 
Krug, op. 196 no. 282. [5337 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 172753, Jan. 25, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 
24, 1908. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



i>87 



nos. 10-13, Mar., IOCS 



Bizet ( Georges ) — Continued. 

Seguediglia, aus Carmen ; leichte 

tonstiicke . . . mit fingersatzbezeich- 

nung, fiir das pianoforte von D. 

Krug, op. 196 no. 283. [533S 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 

C 172754, Jan. 25, 190S ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 

190S. 

Blessed be the Lord ; anthem, [music 
by] Carrie B. Adams. [5339 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173595, Feb. 5, 190S. 

Blessed be tlie Lord God of Israel ; 
anthem by Thos. Brookfield. (Gem 
series, nos. 147-148). Old and new 
notations. Svo. [5340 

James Broadbent & son, ltd., 
Leeds, England. C 171654, Jan. 7, 
1908. 

Blessed (The) Damozel (La Damoi- 
selle elue) ; English poem by D. G. 
Rossetti, for solo, chorus and or- 
chestra, music by Claude Debussy. 
Partition chant et piano, texte 
anglais. 4to. [5341 

A. Durand & fils. Paris, France. 
C 171722, Jan. 9. 3908; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1908. 

Blessed is he that considereth the 

poor; Psalm XLI, 1, 2, 13. [music 

by] J. W. Lerman. [5342 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

X. Y. C 172538, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Blue bird; [song] by Lena Abby Brit- 
ton. [5343 
L. A. Britton. United States. C 
173463, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Blue grass ; [bv] Ernest S. Williams. 
8yo. orch. [5344 

E. S. Williams, Boston, Mass. C 
173933, Feb. 10, 190S. 

Blumen (Flowers) ; fiir eine mittlere 
stimme mit pianobegleitung, von 
Kathe Koppehele, op. 13. English 
words by John Bernhoff. (Vier 
lieder ... no. 3.) [5345 

P. Pabst, Leipzig, Germany. C 
173347, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Bolivar-marsch ; koniponiert von Vic- 
tor Hollaender, fiir piano. [5346 
Virgil-verlag, Berlin, Germany. C 
171854, Jan. 11, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1908. 

Bollinger (Samuel) Chopinesques ; 
for pianoforte, op. 4. No. 1, At sea, 
prelude; no. 2, Nocturne; no. 3, Im- 
promptu. [5347-5349 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
173538-173540, Feb. 4, 1908. 



Bollinger (Samuel) — Continued. 

Scherzo, op. 14 no. 2 in E flat; for 

pianoforte. [5350 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
173542, Feb. 4, 1908. 
Tone-poem, op. 8 no. 2 ; for piano- 
forte. [5351 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
173541, Feb. 4, 1908. 

Bon voyage ; valse de salon [by] Harry 
Pabst. pf. [5352 

H. B. Stevens music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 173283, Feb. 1, 1908. 

Bonnie Scotland; [song] from The 
Gray goose, words and music by 
John G. Zabriskie, no. 4. New York, 
A. W. Tarns music library. [5353 
J. G. Zabriskie. Paterson, N. J. C 
173555, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Boo ra boo ; [from] Funabashi, words 
and music by Stafford Waters. 

[5354 
Helf & Hager co., New York, N. Y. 
C 172342, Jan. 18, 1908. 

Bound for home; [words by] James 
Howe, [music by] W. R. Chambers. 

[5355 
R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173980, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Bourgeois (Emile) Air de ballet; 
pour piano. [5356 

Henry Lemoine et cie., Paris, 
France. C 171546, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Bourree antique; by Mrs. C. Adams, 
op. 19, piano. [5357 

Clavton F. Summy co., Chicago, 
111. C 172690, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Boys (The) in blue ; [song] by Chas. 
H. Ring. . [5358 

C, H. Ring, New York, N. Y. C 
173662, Feb. 7, 1908. 

Bread (The) of life; [words by] 

Mrs. A. B. Wade, [music by] W. E. 

Spoon. [5359 

W. R. Spoon, Tolar, Tex. C 

172166, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Breath (The) of lilies; flower song, 
[bv] Emil Fisher. High voice. 

[5360 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 172333, Jan. 17, 1908. 

Briar blossom barcarolle; written 
and a it. for the pianoforte, by Wm. 
Gooch. [5361 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Feb. 23, 1908. C 172249, Jan. 
16, 1908. 



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pt. in, n. s., t. 3 



Bridge (Frank) Allegro appassio- 
nato; viola [and] piano, edited by 
Lionel Tertis. (Viola library no. 2). 

[5362 
Stainer & Bell, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172817, Jan. 27, 190S. 

Pensiero; viola [and] piano, ed- 
ited bv Lionel Tertis. (Viola library 
no. 1). [5363 
Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. Eng- 
land. C 172819, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Bring me home: [words by] Johnson 
Oatman, jr., [music by] S. F. Lee. 

[5364 
R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173947, Feb. 10, 1908. 

British dances : English, Scotch, 
Irish. Welsh; for piano or violin, 
compiled and arranged by J. Slatter. 
4to. [5365 

John Slatter. Canada. C 172127, 
Jan. 15, 1908. 

Broncho (The) buster: march [by] 
Albert C. Sweet. 8vo, band. [5366 
Carl Fischer. New York, N. Y. C 
174826, Feb. 20, 190S. 

Brotherhood (The) hymn; male 
voices, [words by] Charles E. Bur- 
bank, [music by] Lester S. Butler. 

[5367 
C. E. Burbank & L. S. Butler, 
Worcester, Mass. C 17296S, Jan. 28, 
1908. 

Building: [words by] Mrs. J. M. 
Hunter, [music by] B. F. Logan. 

[5368 
A. J. Showalter co.. Dalton, Ga. C 
172219, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Bumble ; a characteristic buzz, two- 
step unique [by] Will Livernash. 
pf. [5369 

W. Livernash, Kansas City, Mo. 
C 174514, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 
29, 1908. 

Bunch (A) of roses; march and two- 
step, by W. M. Bower, arr. by L. F. 
Bauer, pf. [5370 

W. M. Bower, United States. C 
173400, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Burden (The) bearers; [words by] 
Kittie Deason, [music by] W. P. 
Ganus. [5371 

H. M. Eagle and W. P. Ganus, 
Burkes Garden, Va., and Bessemer. 
Ala. C 172184, Jan. 15, 190S. 



Butterflies i The i (Les papillons) ; 
for the piano, composed by Bernard 
Schutt, op. 49, no. 2. (New Century 
series . . . modern no. 263.) 4to. 

[5372 
Vincent music co., ltd., London, 
England. C 172S64, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Buttin' in : intermezzo-twostep, by 

Anna B. Cummings, arr. by D. W. 

McCaughey. pf. [5373 

C. H. Cramer, Los Angeles, Cal. 

C 174113, Feb. 12, 1908. 

By your life show it; [words & 
music by*] Wm. Edie Marks. [5374 
Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174265, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Bye and bye; [song]. [5375 

Daniel Sloan, Zion City, 111. C 
173068, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

Bygone days ; song with violin obli- 
aato, words by Dave Reed, music by 
Ernest R. Ball. 1, [in key of C] ; 2, 
[in key of B flat] : 3, [in key of G] ; 
4, [in key of D]. [5376-5377 

M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 
X. Y. C 172018, 172021, Jan. 13, 
190S. 

Calinette ; pastel musical par Ch. 
Coda, pour piano seul. [537S 

Paul Decourcelle, Nice, France. 
C 173310, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Call (The) to service; [words by] 

John Crombie White, [music by] H. 

A. Henry. [5379 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. 

C 174295, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Calm (A) sea; waltzes, composed by 

Arthur Bowes, pf. [5380 

A. Bowes, Terre Haute, Ind. C 

172413, Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 21, 

1907. 

Calvary; [words & music by] Mrs C. 
H. Morris. [5381 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174273, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Camarillo; march, [by] L. Sansone. 

pf. [5382 

L. Sansone, Ventura, Cal. C 
174678, Feb. 19, 1908. 

Campo del Cortez; Mexikanischer 
marsch von Georg Mewes, op. 57, 
fur pianoforte. Berlin, Internatio- 
naler musik-verlag Orania. [5383 
G. Mewes, Berlin, Germany. C 
172744. Jan. 25, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
190S. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



239 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



Carissan (C.) Rondalla; po6sie de ! 
Theophile Gautier. Chant et piano, 
no. 1 en sol pour basse, ton original. 

[5384 | 

Maurice Vieu, Paris, France. C J 
173510, Feb. 4, 1908. 

Carl (William C.) ed. Novelties for 
the organ ; rare, ancient and mod- 
ern compositions, vol. 2. obi. 8vo. 

[5385 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. I 
C 1717S5, Jan. 10, 190S. 

Carmela ; valse lente par Carlo Tosca. 

pour piano. [5380 

Virgil-verlair, Berlin, Germany. C 

171865, Jan. 11, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 10, 

1908. 

Carolina Rose : words by Edward A. 
Church, music by Frederic Field 
Bullard. [5387 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 173646, Feb. 6, 1908; 2 c. 
Feb. 5, 1908. 

Carry me off in a big balloon ; 

[music by] Herbert Spencer, in E 

flat. Vocal orch. 963. 8vo. [538S 

M. Witmark & sons, New T York, N. 

Y. C 172013, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Cast thy bread upon the waters ; 
sacred song, [music by] J. W. Bis- 
choff. 1, soprano or tenor; 2, alto 
or baritone. [5389-5390 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 172100, 172101, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Castle (A) in the air; march and 
two-step [from] The Merry widow 
by Franz Lehar, arr. by M. Green- 
wald [for piano]. (The Merry 
widow dance folio). [5391 

Will Wood, New York, N. Y. C 
172617, Jan. 23, 1908. 

Castro (Ricardo) Romance, op. 31 no. 

1; piano. [5392 

Friedrich Hofmeister, Leipzig, 

Germany. C 172761, Jan. 25, 1908; 

2 c. Jan. 24, 190S. 

Ce que disait grand'mere ; reverie 

pour piano, par Charles Godard, op. 

165. [5393 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 

C 173357, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Cecelia with a capital C; words by 

E. P. Moran, music by Seymour 

Furth. [5394 

Maurice Shapiro, New York, N. Y. 

C 1729S0, Jan. 28, 190S. 



Cert a Kaca (Die teufelskathe) ; oper 
in 3 akten, text nach einem Bohmi- 
schen volksmarchen, von Adolf 
Wenig, musik von Antonin Dvorak, 
op. 112. Klavierauszug [vocal 
score]. [5395 

Mojmer Urbanek, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 172360, Jan. 18, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 17, 1908. 

Chanson (Une) d'Orient; composed 
by Emerson Whithorne, op. 10, no. 1, 
[for piano]. [5396 

Metzler & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172642, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Chanson pastorale; for the organ by 
Russell King Miller, op. 15. obi. 
8vo. [5397 

J. Fischer & bro., New York. N. Y. 
C 170946, Dec. 30, 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
190S. 

Chanson rustique ; by Emile Bour- 
geois pour piano. [5398 
Henry Lemoine et cie., Paris, 
France. C 171547,. Jan. 4, 1908. 

Chant d'amour; valse chanson [by] 
Franz Dodla, op. 31, pour violon et 
piano, revised by A. E. Lloyd. 

[5399 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 172352, Jan. 18, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1908. 

Checker; rag two step, composed by 
Bulah Arens, arr. by Julia Rosen- 
bush, pf. [5400 
Carlin & Lenox, Indianapolis, Ind. 
C 174518, Jan. 29, 1908. 

Chicago march ; by C. H. Michelmann. 
pf. [5401 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 173408, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Chieftain (The) ; march and two 
step by G. L. Lansing for mandolin 
orchestra. 4to. [5402 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 171834, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Children of the heavenly King; 

[words by] John Cennick, [music 

by] Will L. Thompson. [5403 

W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 

Ohio. C 173173, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Children's album ; by Louis Koehler, 
op. 210 for piano, revised and fin- 
gered by Hans T. Seifert. [5404 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
173238, Jan. 31, 1908. 



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Chinese lantern ; characteristic 

march, by B. P. Austin, op. 273, no. 

1, pf ; no. 2. 8vo. orch. [5405 

Sprague Green, Erie, Pa. C 

173543, 173544, Feb. 4, 190S. 

Chinesische G'stanz'ln ; aus der op- 
erette, Der Mann mit den drei frauen, 
text von Julius Bauer, musik von 
Franz Lehar. Gesang und klavier, 
no. 4. [5406 

Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard 
Herzinansky) Vienna, Austria. C 
171877, Jan. 11, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1908. 

ChINNERY'S (J. E.) MODERN SCHOOL OF 

music ; thirty progressive lessons 
for self instruction, [for] guitar. 1, 
[music and text] ; 2, [text only]. 

[5407-5410 

Joseph E. Chinnery, Kansas City, 

Kans. A 195793, 195795. Nov. 13, 

1907; 1 c. each Oct. 25, 1907; 1 c. 

each Jan. 29, 1908. 

[for] mandolin. 1, [music and 

text] ; 2, [text only]. 

Joseph E. Chinnery Kansas City, 
Kans. A 195794, 195796, Nov. 13, 
1907; 1 c. each Oct. 25. 1907: 1 c. 
each Jan. 29, 1908. 

Choosing the hill country: [words 
by] Harry Malcolm Chalfant, [mu- 
sic by] C. H. Gabriel. [5411 
Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174252, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Chopin (FRANgois-FREDERic) Melodie, 

from op. 13 ; arr. by Hugo Riesen- 

feld, for violin and piano. [5412 

G. Schirmer, New York N. Y. C 

171698, Jan. 8, 1908. 

Nocturne, op. 48 no. 1; arr. for 

violin and piano by Hugo Riesen- 
feld. [5413 

G. Shirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
171902, Jan. 11, 1908. 

Trauermarsch ; leichte tonstiicke 

. . . mit fingersatzbezeichnung, fur 
das pianoforte, von D. Krug, op. 196 
no. 288. [5414 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 172759 Jan. 25, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 
24, 1908. 

Christ and the children ; words by 
Ernest Williams, music by John S. 
Witty. (Robert Raikes' series, no. 
17). 8vo. [5415 

James Broadbent & son, ltd., 
Leeds, England. C 172932, Jan. 28, 
1008. 



Christ is fisex : anthem, full chorus, 
[music by] Carrie B. Adams. (Lo- 
renz's octavo anthems, no. 710.) 

[5416 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173588, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Christ the Lord is risen again ; an- 
them, [music by] Carrie B. Adams. 

[5417 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton. Ohio. C 
173604, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Christ victorious ; an Easter service, 
I by Ira B. Wilson. 12mo. [5418 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173912, Feb. 10, 1908. 

City (The) above: [words and music 
by] O. H. Taylor. [5419 

R. H. Cornelius. Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173965, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Claussmann (A.) Sonate ; pour piano, 
op. 45. [5420 

Henry Lemoine et cie., Paris, 
France. C 171549, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Cloches a travers les feuilles ; [par] 
Claude Debussy, pour piano a 2 
mains. (Images, 2 e serie, no. 1.) 

[5421 
A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 171626, Jan. 7, 1908. 

Clock (The) ; [music by] Josephine 

Sherwood. (Radcliffe college coll. 

of part songs, no. 12). 8vo. [5422 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 

Mass. C 171826, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Close to Thy side ; [words and music 

by] J. S. Fearis, from a melody by 

L. M. Gottschalk. [5423 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

173029, Jan. 29, 1908. 

Closer, closer ; [words by] W. C. Mar- 
tin, [music by] A. J. Showalter. 

[5424 
A. J. Showalter, Dalton, Ga. C 
172208, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Cloud of sunshine : [words by] M. S. 
Brown, [music by] C. H. Gabriel. 

[5425 
Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174242, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Cloudland; lyrics by Harry Davids, 

[music by] Allyn Arden. [5426 

Arden W. Allen, Tacoma, Wash. 

C 139515, Jan. 8, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 

1908. 

[Note.— Entered under the title 
" Dainty cigarette ; a song of dream- 
land."! 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



243 



nos. 10-13, Mar.. 190S 



Clouds thai are park may yet be 

blub; words by Chas. Mason, music 

by Stephen Campbell. [5427 

s. Campbell. Philadelphia, Pa. C 

172051, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Clough-Leighter (H.) ed. Six Easter 
carols. 3rd series : voices in unison, 
organ aec. (Oliver Ditson co.'s oc- 
tavo ed. no. 11777 i [542S 
Oliver Ditson co.. Boston, Mass. 
C 172896, Jan. 27, 190S. 

Cobweb castle: album of six sketches 
by Liza Lebmann. for the piano. 
4to. [5429 

Cbappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171596, Jan. 6, 190S ; 2 c. 
Jan. 7. 190S. 

Cceur (Le) de l'eau; poesie de 

Georges Rodenbach, mnsique de 

Roger-Ducasse. [5430 

A. Dnrand & fils, Paris, France. 

C 171035. Jan. 7. 190S. 

Colborx (Arthur G.) Postlnde in A 
minor: organ music no. 129. (The 
Organ loft, book xlii) obi. Svo. 

[5431 
Vincent music co.. ltd., London. 
England. C 172S67. Jan. 27. 1908. 

COLLECTIOX OF SWEDISH FOLK DANCES : 

arr. by Anne Barr Clapp and Carl 
G. Bjerstedt. pf. [5432 

A. B. Clapp, Lincoln, Nebr. C 
174035, Feb. 11, 1908. 

College steix song: words by Nor- 
man W. Harker, music bv Paul Eno. 

[5433 
Maximum pub. co.. Philadelphia. 
Pa. C 174037. Feb. 11, 190S. 

Colombatti (E.) Barcarolle; pour 
violon avec ace. de piano. [5434 

B. Schott's sohne. Mainz. Ger- 
manv. C 171855, Jan. 11, 190S ; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1908. 

Come and abide with me, Lord ; 

[words & music by] Mrs. Nellie 

Place Chandler. [5435 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 111. C 

174298, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Come axd see ; [words by] Mrs. C. H. 
Morris, [music bv] C. H. Gabriel. 

[5436 
Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
17427S, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Come axd see Glexx county; words 
and music bv John A. Apperson. 

[5437 
J. A. Apperson, Willows, Cal. C 
171961, Dec. 26, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1908. 



Come back; words by John G. Nei- 
hardt, music by Reed Miller and 
Ernest R. Ball; no. 1, in B flat; no. 
2, in G ; no. 3. in C : no. 4, in D flat. 

[5438 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 

N. Y. C 17240S-172411, Jan. 18, 

190S. 

Come back, my sailor boy : a navy 

march-song, words and music by 

Russell Webb. [5430 

Webb Rockefeller Miller, Chicago, 

111. C 173561, Jan. 29, 190S. 

Come back to Connemara; Irish nov- 
elty two-step, [by] Frank H. Grey, 
arr. bv R. E. Hildreth. 8 vo. band. 

[5440 
Walter Jacobs. Boston, Mass. C 
172297, Jan. 16, 1908. 

Come back to Erin, and Girl I left 
behind me ; transcription on two 
popular melodies, bv Chas. D. Blake, 
op. 160. [5441 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 Years 
from Jan. 26, 1908. C 172251." Jan. 
16, 1908. 

Come, come and see: [words by] 
Annie S. Hawks, [music by] R. 
Lowry. [5442 

Mary Rimy on Lowry. Pla infield, 
N. J., in renewal for 14 vears from 
Feb. 27, 190S. C 173165. Jan. 31, 
190S. 

Come, let's play train : [song by] 

Hannah Lentz Morehouse. [5443 

H. L. Morehouse, Fowler, Ind. C 

173013, Jan. 2. 1908: 2 c. Jan. 8, 

190S. 

Come, let us make love deathless; 
song, poem by Herbert Trench, 
music by Joseph Holbrooke, op. 29, 
no. 1. 4to. [5444 

Novell o & co.. ltd.. London, Ens- 
land. C 172511. Jan. 21, 1908. 
Come out. Pierrot : written by Walter 
E. Grogan, music by Norman Wil- 
liams. [5445 
Johann Bach & co.. London, Eng- 
land. C 173S71. Feb. 10, 1908. 
Come, see the place where Jesus 
lay: Easter song, [music by] W. G. 
Hammond. Low voice in B flat. 

[5446 

John Church co.. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

C 171934, Jan. 13. 1908. 

Come to the Saviour to-day ; [words 

by] Johnson Oatman, jr., [music by] 

R. D. Burleson. [5447 

R. D. Burleson. Waxahachie, Tex. 

C 173942, Feb. 10. 1908. 



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Come to the woodland ; [words by] 

Helen L. Ferry, [music bv] Charles 

T. Ferry. [5448 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 

Mass. C 172597, Jan. 22, 1908. 

Come unto Me; [anthem] in canon 
form, by Lucien G. Chaffin. (Oc- 
tavo church music no. 295). [5449 
Wm. Maxwell music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172095, Jan. 14, 1908. 

[words by] Emil Gray, [music 

by] C. V. Strickland. [5450 

C. V. Strickland, Huntington, Ind. 
C 172668, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Come unto Me, ye weary; hymn-an- 
them for four-part chorus of women's 
voices, with soli and organ ace, 
words by W. C. Dix, [music by] 
Sumner Salter. (G. Schirmer's col- 
lection ... no. 5041) 8vo. [5451 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172528, Jan. 21, 190S. 

Come with Thy broken heart ; [words 

by] Fanny J. Crosby, [music by] 

Theo. E. Perkins. [5452 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174221, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Come with us ; [words by] Ina Duley 
Ogden, [music by] Ira B. Wilson. 

[5453 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
174707, Feb. 19 1908. 

Come ye children; [anthem by] Sir 
Arthur Seymour Sulivan, arr. by 
J. Lincoln Hall. Svo. [5454 

Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 173811, Feb. 8, 1908 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1908. 

Come, ye faithful; hymn-anthem for 
Easter [by] Patty Stair. 8vo. 
mixed v. [5455 

Adam Geibel music co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 174721, Feb. 19, 1908. 

Comes, at times a stillness as of 
even ; anthem, the words ... by I. 
Gregory Smith, the music ... by H. 
H. Woodward. (Novello's octavo 
anthems no. 914.) [5456 

Novelio & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172270, Jan. 26, 1908. 

Coming around the Horn ; words and 
music by Joe Hayden. [5457 

J. Hayden, San Francisco, Cal. C 
173841, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Coming by and by; [song] arr. [by] 

M. L. McPhail. [5458 

M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 

173135, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 

1908. 



Coming (The) of joy; words by 
Harold Simpson, music by Gustave 
Ferrari. (Three little poems, no. 
2.) [5459 

Lublin & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 174032, Feb. 11, 1908. 

Coming (The) of the Lord; [words 
by] Miriam E. Oatman, [music by] 
T. J. Hooper. [5460 

J. W. Dennis, Delhi, Okla. C 
1739S5, Feb. 10, 190S. 

Comrades, awake; for four-part 
chorus, S. S. A. B. or S. A. T. B., 
text by C. B. Rich, arr. from M. 
Storch by C. B. Rich. (The beacon 
series.) 8vo. [5461 

Silver, Burdett & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 173732, Feb. 8, 1908. 

Cone (Chas. Edward) Barcarolle: 
for piano, op. 19. [5462 

Lagatree pub. co., Detroit, Mich. 
C 172156, Jan. 15, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1908. 

• Berceuse ; for piano, op. 14. 

[5463 
Lagatree pub. co., Detroit, Mich. 
C 173016, Jan. 15, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1908. 

Six little compositions ; for piano, 

op. 11. no. 1, Sword play, march; 
no. 2, Vesper song, lullaby; no. 3. 
Under the elms, mazurka ; no. 4, 
Happy hearts, waltz ; no. 5, Evening 
prayer; no. 6, Tarantella. 

[5464-5469 
Lagatree pub. co., Detroit. Mich. 
C 172149-172154, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Conspirators ; lyric by Cora Fabbri, 
for high voice with piano ace, 
[music by] Carl Engel. [5470 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172705, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Constancy; English ballad, by Jane 
Sloman Torry. voice and piano. 

[5471 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Feb. 23, 1908. C 172246, Jan. 
16, 1908. 

Continuity; words by Ben Haworth- 
Booth, music by Marie Carandini, no. 
1 in C. [5472 

Mrs. Marie Stokes, London, Eng- 
land. C 172814, Jan. 27, 1908. 



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243 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 






Converse (F. S.) Serenade; for so- 
prano solo, tenor solo, male chorus, 
flute, harp and small string orch. 
op. 25, words by John Macy. [Edi- 
tion for] vocal score with ace. of two 
pianos. Svo. [5473 

H. W. Gray CO., New York, N. Y. 
C 172281, Jan. 16, 1908. 

Coon's (The) conscience; In my I 
heart there's a bad man living, writ- 
ten and composed by Fred J. Barnes 
and R. P. Weston. [5474 

Monte Carlo pub. co., London, Eng- 
land. C 174045, Feb. 11, 1908. 

Cobinne waltzes ; for piano by Alfred 
W. Sweet. [5475 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Jan. 19, 190S. C 171740, Jan. 
9, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1908. 
Cornet (The) soloist's collection; 
popular and standard solos by the 
world's famous composers. [5476 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. j 
A 195150, Dec. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. | 
16, 190S. 
Coronal (A) ; song of sorrow, poem by 
Ernest Dowson, set to music by 
Roger Quilter. [5477 

Boosey & co., London, England. 

C 172258, Jan. 16, 1908. 

Country dance (Landler) ; [by] Carl 

Heins, op. 175, edited by L. E. Orth, 

piano. [5478 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171713, Jan. 8, 1908. 
Country (A) lass and a country 
dance; duettino, [from] A Waltz 
dream, lyric by Joseph Herbert, mu- 
sic by Oscar Straus, arr. by A. Car- 
roll Ely. [5479 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 1724S9, Jan. 20, 1908. 
Country (A) lass and a courtly 
dame ; duettino, [from] A Waltz 
dream, lyric by Joseph Herbert, mu- 
sic by Oscar Straus, arr. by A. Car- 
roll Ely. [5480 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172707, Jan. 24, 1908. 
Crab apples; rag two step, by Percy 
Wenrich. pf. [5481 

Brehm bros., Erie, Pa. C 172908, 

Jan. 27, 1908. 

Crater (The); march-twostep, [by] 

Harry J. Lincoln, arr. by F. H. 

Losey. 8vo, band. [5482 

Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. C 172718, Jan. 25, 
1908. 

33036—08 2 



Crazy, is the rage; words and music 
by Corriene Attebery, arr. by Mary 
Jaque. [5483 

C. Attebery, Webb City, Mo. C 
169802, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1908. 

Crocus (The) carpet; words by Ethel 
M. Priestman, music by Cecil Hazel- 
hurst, in D. [5484 
Elkin & co., ltd., London, England. 
C 172446, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Cross and crown; [words by] Edith 
S. Tillotson, [music by] J. R. Sav- 
age. [5485 
Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174256, Feb. 12, 190S. 

Cross of Calvary; [words by] S. D. 
Phelps, [music by] R. Lowry. [5486 
Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J. In renewal for 14 years from 
Feb. 27, 1908. C 173167, Jan. 31, 
1908. 

Crown (A) of glory for me; [words 

by] Johnson Oatman, jr., [music by] 

S. F. Lee. [5487 

R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 

C 173961, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Crusader's marching hymn; words 
and music by Robert L. Fletcher. 

[5488 
R. L. Fletcher, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172433, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Cuckoo (The) (Der kukkuk) ; old 
German song, English words by Paul 
England, music arr. by Charles Vil- 
liers Stanford. [5489 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 
172871, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Cuckoo (The) went, cuckoo! written 

by John P. Harrington, composed by 

Orlando Powell. [5490 

Francis Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 173317, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Cuirassier- att \que: piece caracteris- 
tique, by R. Eilenberg, op. 133, arr, 
by M. Retford [for band]. (Boos- 
ey's military journal no. 5). [5491 
Boosev & co., London, England. 
C 172254, Jan. 16, 1908. 

Cupid; a song with piano ace, words 
and music by Mary Taylor Fait. 

[5492 
C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 171827, Jan. 10, 190S. 



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Custance (Arthur F. M.) Bene- 
dicite omnia opera ; in key of B flat, 
shortened form. (The parish choir 
no. 1302). 8vo. [5493 

Charles L. Hutchins, Concord, 
Mass. C 171463, Jan. 3, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 7, 1908. 

Daheim ; gedicht von Fridolin Hofer, 
neu mannerchor von Carl Attenho- 
fer, op. 136. (Choruses for men's 
voices). 8vo. [5494 

Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magde- 
burg, Germany. C 171863, Jan. 11, 
1908. 

Daisy (The) ; words by Rennell Rodd, 

music by Chas. Edward Cone, op. 17. 

Lagatree pub. co., Detroit, Mich. 

C 173017, Jan. 15, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 

1908. [5495 

Daisy's (The) song; words by John 

Keats, [music by] Kurt Schindler, 

op. 11, no. 1. High in E flat. [5496 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

171817, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Danse di cupid ; an oddment, [by] H. 
T. Odell. 4to, mand. orch. [5497 
H. F. Odell & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 172492, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Danse diabolo; inventeur Alfred 

Curti, musique de Geo. W. Byng. 

4to, orch. [5498 

Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 

England. C 172943, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Danse gracieuse; for piano by Chas. 

Edward Cone, op. 15. [5499 

Lagatree pub. co., Detroit, Mich. 

C 173015, Jan. 15, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 2, 

1908. 

par Henri Duchatel pour piano. 

[5500 
Enoch & sons, London, England. 
C 172943, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Danse humoresque ; by George F. Vin- 
cent, duet for piano in the form of 
an overture. [5501 

A. Hammond & co., London, Eng- 
land. C 171648, Jan. 7, 1908; 2 c. 
Dec. 9, 1907. 

Danse negre; [by] Cyril Scott, op. 
58, no. 5. pf. [5502 

Elkin & co., ltd., London, England. 
C 172443, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Danse orientale; composed by Emer- 
son Whithorne, op. 10, no. 2 [for 
piano]. [5503 

Metzler & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172643, Jan. 24, 1908. 



Danse rustic; [by] Wm. Kienzl, arr. 

by Wm. Dressier for 6 hands 

[piano]. [5504 

Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, 

N. Y. C 173707, Feb. 7, 1908. 

Dark is the night; [words by] 

Fanny J. Crosby, [music by] Theo. 

E. Perkins. [5505 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174222, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Darkest (The) hour; cantata for 
the season of Lent, words selected 
and music composed by Harold 
Moore. (Novello's original octavo 
edition). [5506 

Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172851, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Darkies' lullaby; words by J. W. 

Wheeler, music by Lester S. Butler. 

8vo. male v. [5507 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 

Mass. C 174602, Feb. 17, 1908. 

Darkies' (The) serenade; or, Under 
the sycamore tree ; words and music 
by Corriene Attebery, arr. by Mary 
Jaque. [5508 

C. Attebery, Webb City, Mo. C 
169803, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1908. 

Das lied von der roten muhle; lied 
aus der operette, Der Mann mit den 
drei frauen, text von Julius Bauer, 
musik von Franz Lehar. Gesang 
und klavier, no. 5. [5509 

Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard 
Herzmansky), Vienna, Austria. C 
171878, Jan. 11, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1908. 

Dawn roses ; song, words and music 
by A. Selwyn Garbett. no. 1, in C; 
no. 2, in E flat. [5510-5511 

Wm. Maxwell music co., New 
York, N. Y. C 172087, 172088, Jan. 
14, 1908. 

Dawson (May) Album, 22 easy pieces 
(Album 22 leichte stiicke) ; illustrat- 
ing eleven major scales and their 
relative minors. (Bosworth edition, 
no. 564). 4to. [5512 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 172733. Jan. 25, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 
24, 1908. 

Day dreams ; [song] from The Gray 
goose, words and music by John G. 
Zabriskie, no. 5. New York, A. W. 
Tarns music library. [5513 

J. G. Zabriskie, Paterson, N. J. C 
173556, Feb. 5, 1908. 



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nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



Day (The) is past and gone; [an- 
them for men's voices] in chorale 
form by Lucien G. Chaffin. [Oc- 
tavo church music no. 293]. [5514 
YVm. Maxwell music co., New 
York, N. Y. C 172094, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Day of hope ; anthem, sop. solo, duets 
and choir, [words by] Nellie A. Da- 
vidson, [music by] H. W. Porter. 
(Lorenz's octavo anthems, no. 706). 

[5515 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173594, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Day of Resurrection ; anthem, music 
by Carrie B. Adams. [5516 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. G 
173602, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Day of victory ; an Easter service, by 
C. H. Gabriel, Edith S. Tillotson, 
Alice J. Cleator and others. 12mo. 

[5517 
Hope pub. co., Chicago, 111. A 
199106, Feb. 13, 1908. 

Daybreak; words anon., music by 
Arthur W. Marchant, op. 94 no. 1. 
(Two-part music, school series no. 
18). 8vo. [5518 

Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 173382, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Dear father, come this way ; [words 

by] Lizzie De Armond; [music by] 

R. H. Cornelius. [5519 

R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 

C 173969, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Dear harp of my country ; words by 
Thomas Moore, air, New Langolie, 
arr. as a part song by T. R. G. Joze. 
(Irish part-songs ... no. 13). 8vo. 

[5520 
Vincent music co., ltd., London, 
England. C 171744, Jan. 8, 1908. 

Dear heart ; words and music by J. 

Anton Dailey. [5521 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 172999, Jan. 30, 1908 ; 

2 c. Jan. 31, 1908. 

Dear mountain home; fantasie, [by] 
Leon Alves. pf. [5522 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172480, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Dear olu comrade; ballad, words by 
Bartley Costello, music by J. B. 
Mullen. [5523 

J. B. Mullen, New York, N. Y. C 
172482, Jan. 20, 1908; 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1908; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1908. 



Dear old home; words by Noah V. 
Tibbetts, music by Will T. Pierson, 
jr. [5524 

Columbia music pub. co., Washing- 
ton, D. C. C 173652, Feb. 6, 1908. 

Dearest (The) blossom ; [for] male 
voices [by] Harvey B. Gaul. 8vo. 

[5525 
W T m. A. Pond & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 173443, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Dedication anthem; [words by] 
Laura E. Newell, [music by] C. V. 
Strickland. [5526 

C. V. Strickland & son, Hunting- 
ton, Ind. C 172679, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Dee side ; third prize tune, [words by] 
J. M. Neale, [music by] Thos. 
Brookfield. (The Yorkshire prize 
tunes, no. 120). Old and new nota- 
tions. 8vo. [5527 
James Broadbent & son, ltd., 
Leeds, England. C 171655, Jan. 7, 
1908. 

Definitions; words by Harold Simp- 
son, music by David Emmell, no. 2 
in F. [5528 

Lublin & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 174028, Feb. 11, 1908. 

Democracy hymn; words by Sam 
Lewis, music by F. Covello. 12mo. 

T5529 

F. Covello, New York, N. Y. C 
147008, Mar. 29, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1908. 

Derech hajoscher; words and music 

by D. Meyerowitz, arr. by J. M. 

Ruinshisky. [5530 

S. Goldberg, New York, N. Y. C 

172715, Jan. 25, 1908. 

Dernier (Le) sourire (The last 
smile) ; scherzo brillant [by] H. A. 
Wollenhaupt, up. 72, for pianoforte. 
1, original edition in F sharp; 2, 
simplified edition in F. [5531-5532 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
171812-171813, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Desde la reja; capricho Espanol, par 
Rogelio Huguet-Tagell, pour or- 
chestre, piano-conducteur. 8vo. 

[5533 
E. Salabert, Paris, France. C 
172861, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Deux (Les) perles ; poemes de Jade, 
traduits du Chinois par Judith 
Gautier, musique de Gabriel Fabre. 
2 e serie no. 1. [5534 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
171970, Jan. 13, 190S. 



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D-i-a-b-olo; 'Cos he can't do that and 
catch it; written and composed by 
Cecil Lidden. [5535 

Shapiro, Von Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 172458, Jan. 20, 
1908. 

Diabolo; march and two step [by] 
Chas. J. Roberts. 8vo, orch. [5536 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
174827, Feb. 20, 1908. 

Dibble (Horace P.) Serenade; song, 
[words bvj Catharine Young Glen. 

[5537 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172963, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Dig her deep in Dixie ; words by 
O. H. Orendorff, music by P. D. 
Fallis. [5538 

O. H. Orendorff, Eureka Springs, 
Ark. C 173818, Feb. 6, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 17, 1908. 

Dis-moi ; melodies, piano et chant [No. 
1] paroles de Mary Forestier, mu- 
sique de Cleon Triandaphyl. Yoix 
moyenne. [5539 

Poulalion, Paris, France. C 
172841, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Do you remember; [words by] Olive 

M. Percival, [music by] Horace 

Clark. [5540 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 

Mass. C 172625, Jan. 23, 1908. 

Do you remember? How can I forget ! 
humorous domestic duet, written by 
Edgar Bateman, composed by H. F. 
Greenfield. [5541 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 174419, Feb. 14, 1908. 

Do you want any coal? written and 
composed by William Hargreaves. 

[5542 
Shapiro, Yon Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 173001, Jan. 
29, 1808. 

Dollar (The) sign; words by Jessie 
Villars, music by Fleta Jan Brown. 

[5543 
M. Witmark, & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172395, Jan. 18, 1908. 

Dollarprinzessin (Die) ; operette in 
3 akten . . . , text von A. M. Win- 
ner und Fritz Griinbaum, musik von 
Leo Fall. 1, Klavierauszug mit 
text; 2, Klavierauszug zu 2 handen, 
mit beigefiigten text. [5544-5545 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, N. 
Y. C 173658, 173688, Feb. 7, 1908. 



Dollarwalzer ; aus der operette Die 

Dollarprinzessin, von Leo Fall, fur 

klavier 2/ms. [5546 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 

N. Y. C 173686, Feb. 7, 1908. 

Donizetti (Gaetano) Hark, how the 
drums are rolling; [from] Fille du 
regiment, chorus and piano, edited 
and a rr. by F. H. Ripley and H. L. 
Heartz. (The Stanhope edition no. 
20). 8vo. [5547 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 172810, Jan. 25, 1908. 

Lord (The) my pasture shall pre- 
pare; duet for tenor and mezzo- 
soprano voices, arr. and adapted by 
Thos. Spencer Lloyd. [5548 
Mrs. Emily Lloyd, United States. 
In renewal for 14 years from March 
22, 1908. C 171543, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Sextett from Lucia di Lammer- 

moor ; arr. by Harry Prendiville [for 
orchestra]. [5549 

Leo. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
171708, Jan. 8, 1908. 

We are but strangers here. Ave 

Maria ; hymn-anthem, soli and quar- 
tet, music adapted and arr. by Wm. 
Dressier. (Octavo church music). 

[5550 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172953, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Donnegan's daughter; or, The 
Beauty of Ballyporeen; humorous 
Irish song, words by Percy French, 
music by Houston Collisson. [5551 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 
England. C 172942, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Dorfidylle ; dichtung von Julius Gers- 
dorff, fur vierstimmigen mannerchor 
von Hugo Jtingst, op. 54. [5552 

Gebriider Hug & 'co., Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 173373, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Down in that valley fair ; words by 
Alice Ringrose, music by Ernest R. 
Ball, no. 1, in F; no. 2, in B flat. 

[5553 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172401, 172402. Jan. 18, 
1908. 

Draw me, Saviour, closer ; [words by] 
A. M. Pace, [music by] C. C. Coch- 
ran. [5554 
A. M. Pace, Joiner, Ga. C 172175, 
Jan. 15, 190S. 

Dreadnaught; march, [by] F. H. 
Losey, op. 234. Svo. band. [5555 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
172977, Jan. 28, 1908. 



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Dreadn aught — Continued. 

8vo. oreh. [5556 

Carl Fischer, New York. N. Y. C 
173224, Jan. 31, 190S. 

Dream of me : written by Clifton 

Bingham, composed by Carl Mon- 

teith. [Song] in 0. [5557 

Reid bros., ltd.. London, England. 

C 172073. Jan. 14, 190S. 

• 

Dream of the dance (Liebchen im 
arm) : raise brillante [for piano by] 
C. Bohni. op. 16S, [edited by H. A. 
Lang]. [5558 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172957, Jan. 28, 190S. 

Dream visions : words by Annie Pike, 
music by J. J. McClellan. [5559 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 173713, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Dreaming of you; words and music 

by R. G. Palmer. [5560 

Popular music pub. co.. Detroit, 

Mich. C 173697, Feb. 7, 1908; 2 c. 

Feb. 17, 190S. 

Drei minuten; telephonlied aus der 
operette, Der Mann mit den drei 
frauen, text von Julius Bauer, musik 
von Franz Lehar. Gesang und kla- 
Yier, no. 13. [5561 

Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Her- 
mansky ) , Vienna, Austria. C 172354, 
Jan. 18, 1908. 

Drowsy cupid ; piece characteristic, by 
Frank Hilsher. pf. [5562 

F. Hilsher, Baltimore, Md. C 
172569, Jan. 22, 1908. 

Drunkard's (The) child; [words by] 

Mrs. J. M. Hunter, [music by] A. J. 

Robertson. [5563 

A. J. Robertson, Tolar, Tex. C 

172194, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Du MOURON POUR les p'tits poissons ; 

Chauson rengaine . . ., paroles et 

musique de Jean Meudrot. [5564 

Maurice Vieu, Paris, France. C 

173511, Feb. 4, 1908. 

Dubois (Theodore) Deux pieces pour 

piano : no. 1, menuet ; no. 2, Adagio. 

[5565-5566 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 

172440, 172441,* Jan. 20, 1908. 

Duchatel (Henri) Pastel; pour 
piano. [5567 

Enoch & sons, London, England. 
C 172947, Jan. 28, 1908. 



Di nning (Sara L.) comp. Thirty- 
four unison songs, treble clef and 
bass clef, [voice parts onlv]. 8vo. 

[5568 
G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 
173034, Jan. 29, 1908. 

Duport (Jean Louis) 21 etuden fur 
violoncell; revidiert und bezeichnet 
von Julius Klengel. 4to. [5569 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 172742, Jan. 25, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 24, 1908. 

Dus ferdil; words by A. Goldfaden, 
music by S. Mogulesco. [5570 

Theodore Lohr, New York, N. Y. 
C 173581, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Dus fertriebene teibele; words by 
A. Goldfaden, music by Louis Fried- 
sell. [5571 
Theodore Lohr, New York, N. Y. 
C 173580, Feb. 5 1908. 

DvSak (Anton) Four humoreskes, 
op. 10 ; arr. by M. Retford [for mili- 
tary banfl]. (Boosey's military jour- 
nal no. 6). [5572 
Boosey & co., London, England. C 
173381, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Eagles (The) ; [words by] Horace E. 
Hollister. [music by] M. L. McPhail. 

[5573 
M. L. McPhail. Chicago, 111. C 
173147, Jan. 30, 1908: 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

Earth's harmonies ; words by Ben 
Haworth-Booth, music by Marie 
Carandini, no. 2 in A flat. [5574 

Mrs. Marie Stokes, London, Eng- 
land. C 172815, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Easter (The) evangel; [song by] E. 
S. Lorenz. [5575 

Lorenz pub co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173589, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Easter gladness ; [words by] James 
Rowe, [music by] E. S. Lorenz. 

[5576 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173906, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Easter gladness has begun ; [words 

by] Lizzie De Armond, [music by] 

Ira B. Wilson. [5577 

Lorenz pub. co.. Dayton, Ohio. C 

173924, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Easter (An) hallelujah; anthem, 
full chorus, [music by] E. S. Lo- 
renz. (Lorenz's octavo anthems, no. 
709). [5578 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173591, Feb. 5, 1908. 



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Easter joy; anthem, unison for male 
voices and choir, [words by] H. A. 
Delano, [music by] E. L. Ashford. 
(Lorenz's octavo anthems no. 703). 

[5579 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton. Ohio. C 
173592, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Easter march; [for organ by] J. W. 

Lerman. 8vo. [5580 

Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 

C 172471, Jan. 20, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 

5, 1908. 

Easter (An) offering, soprano solo 
[by] E. L. Ashford. [5581 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
172893, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Easter praise ; a cantata . . . text arr. 
and music composed by Carrie B. 
Adams. (Lorenz's choir cantatas 
no. 16). Svo. [5582 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton. Ohio. C 
173606, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Eating pickles every hour in the 

day; words by Amos Ives, music by 

H. Frederick. [5583 

A. Ives, Des Moines, Iowa. C 

173295, Jan. 29, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 16, 

1908. 

Echo song; from The Gay Gordons, 
words by C. H. Bovill, music by Guy 
Jones. [5584 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. C 173684, Feb. 7, 
1908. 

Echoes ; six songs by W. E. Henley, 

set to music by Landon Ronald. No. 

2, medium voice. 4to. [5585 

Enoch & sons, London. England. 

C 172520, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Echoes of praise ; [words & music by] 
C. H. Gabriel. [5586 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 111. C 
174308, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Echoes of Scotland; For auld lang 

syne, fantasie [by] F. G. Albert, op. 

20. pf. [5587 

Robin Ellis. New York, N. Y. C 

174565, Feb. 17, 1908. 

Edelweiss : reverie, [by] Albert Franz, 
pf. [5588 

H. B. Stevens music co., New 
York, N. Y. C 173281, Feb. 1, 1908. 

Egotist (The) ; march, [by] James D. 
Shipman. pf. [5589 

J. D. Shipman, New York, N. Y. 
C 172388, Jan. 18, 1908. 



Ei-lu-li ; song for high voice with 
piano ace, words by Camill Hoff- 
mann, English translation by Har- 
riet Betty Boas [music by] Henry 
Hadley, op. 59 no. 2. [5590 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172693, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Eichberg (Julius) Theme varie; for 
violin with piano ace. (Six solos 
... no. 1). ■ [5591 

White- Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Jan. 23, 1908. C 171739, Jan. 
9, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1908. 

Electric light galop; by A. E. War- 
ren [for] piano. [5592 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Jan. 26, 1908. C 172253, Jan. 
16, 1908. 

Elliott (R. Bernard) Canzonet in 
B flat; organ music no. 128. (The 
organ loft, book xlii). obi. Svo. 

[5593 
Vincent music co., ltd., London, 
England. C 172865, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Ellis (Effa) Illustrated course for 
the violin; compiled by Max I. 
Fischel. No. 1-2, lesson 2, p. 3^; 
no. 3-5, lesson 3, p. 1-4. 

[5594-5599 
E. Ellis, Council Bluffs, Iowa. A 
195908-195912, Jan. 4, 1908. 



Lesson 4, p. 1-2; lesson 5, 

p. 1-3. [5600-5604 

E. Ellis, Council Bluffs, Iowa. A 
196735-196739, Jan. 14, 1908. 

— Illustrated music course no. 2. 
Lesson 10. [5605 

E. Ellis, Council Bluffs, Iowa. A 
190522, Oct. 16, 1907. 

No. 1-2, lesson 17-18, p. 2-3. 

[5606-5607 



E. Ellis, Council Bluffs, Iowa. A 
195913, 195914, Jan. 4, 1908. 

Illustrated music course for music 

teachers. Lessons 20-21. 

[5608-5610 
E. Ellis, Council Bluffs, Iowa. A 
196732-196734, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Elmfield; fourth prize tune, words 
and music by Fred* Brooke. (The 
Yorkshire prize tunes, no. 121.) Old 
and new notations. Svo. [5611 

James Broadbent & son, ltd., 
Leeds, England. C 17165S, Jan. 7, 
1908. 



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249 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



Embarquement (L') poue Cythere; 
po6sie de LOuis Le Lasseur de Rau- 
zay, musiqne de H. de Fontenailles. 
no. 1, en mi, voix Glevee. [5612 

A. Rouart & cie., Paris, France. 
C 172S56, Jan. 27, 100S. 

Emma my military maid ; words and 

music by Will A. Boyd. [5613 

Columbia music pub. co.. inc., 

Washington, D. C. C 172914. Jan. 

27, 190S. 

En butinant ; piece pour le piano, par 
Frederic Binet, op. 88. [5614 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 171625, Jan. 7, 1908. 

En dansant ; air de ballet pour piano, 

par Albert Landry. [5615 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 

Paris, France. C 173761, Feb. 8. 

190S. 

Engelmann (H.) Bagatelle; piano 

piece. [5616 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 171926, Jan. 11, 1908. 

Rondo; for piano. [5617 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172477, Jan. 20, 190S. 

Entirely thine; [song by] Will. L. 
Thompson. [5618 

W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 
Ohio. C 173183, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Entreaty (The) (Priere) ; song with 
violin obligato ad lib., and piano 
ace, words by Sully Prudhomme. 
English trans, by Geo. Murray, 
music by R. Gruenwald. [5619 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 171912, Jan. 11, 1908. 

Episode (An) four-part song for wom- 
en's voices, with piano ace, words 
by Ashby Sterry, [music by] Theo. 
Hemberger. (G. Schirmer's collec- 
tion ... no. 5082.) 8vo. [5620 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
173572, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Epitaph (An) ; song for medium 
voice with piano ace, words by Ar- 
thur Stringer, [music by] Gena 
Branscombe. [5621 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172700, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Er ltebt mich ; arie aus Das Glock- 
chen des Eremiten von A. Maillart, 
leichte tonstucke . . . mit finger- 
satz-bezeichnung fur das piano- 
forte, von D. Krug, op. 196. no. 286. 

[5622 
Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 172757, Jan. 25, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1908. 



Erwachen (Das) eines madchens; 
valse, komponiert von Adam Esslin- 
ger, op. 15 [fur piano]. [5623 

Johann Andre, Offenbach, Ger- 
many. C 172727, Jan. 25, 1908. 

Escamillo ; Mexican serenade, by Geo. 

Reichard, pf. . [5624 

G. Reichard, Paolo, Kans. C 

173487, Feb. 1, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 18, 

1908. 

Estafette (L) (The dispatch bearer) ; 
galop by Carl Bohm, arr. by M. Ret- 
ford [for band]. (Boosey's mili- 
tary journal no. 5.) [5625 
Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 172262, Jan. 16, 1908. 

Et la lune descend sur le temple 
qui fut; [par] Claude Debussy, 
pour piano a 2 mains. (Images, 
2 e serie no. 2.) [5626 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 171627, Jan. 7, 1908. 

Eternal day ; song, words by C. Mars- 
ton Haddock, music by Marie War- 
den, no. 3, in F ; no. 1, in C ; no. 2, 
in E flat. [5627 

Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 
England. C 172122, 172124, 172125, 
Jan. 15, 1908. 

Eternal (The) God is thy refuge; 
[words by] Hattie O. Henderson, 
[music by] M. L. McPhail. [5628 
M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173136, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 
Eternity; [song by] W. L. Thompson. 

[5629 
W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 
Ohio. C 173169, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Eugene Onegin; lyric scenes in three 
acts, after the Russian of Pushkin, 
German translation by A. Bernhard, 
English version by Henry Grafton 
Chapman, music by Tschaikowsky. 
Vocal score complete. 8vo. [5630 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
170234, Dec. 23, 1907. 

Evening (The) star; part-song for 
women's voices, [words by] John 
Leyden, [music by] Alonzo Stone. 
8vo. [5631 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 173041, Jan. 29, 1908. 
Every star falls in love with its 
mate; song with guitar ace, [by] 
Chauncey Olcott and Chas. E. Casey, 
arr. by T. P. & Geo. J. Trinkaus. 

[5632-5634 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 173413, Feb. 3, 1908. 



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Every star falls in love with its 

mate — Continued. 

guitar solo. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 172882, Jan. 25, 1908. 

waltz intro., Michael McGinnity, 

from O'Neill of Derry, [by] Chaun- 
cey Olcott, and Manuel Klein, arr. 
by W. C. O'Hare. Svo. military 
band. 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 173418, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Eyes ; written and composed by Percy 
Tarling. [5635 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 173318, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Faded (A) leaf; lyric by Cora Fab- 

bri, for high voice with piano ace, 

[music by] Carl Engel. [5636 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 

C 172703, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Faery song: words by John Keats, 

[music by] Kurt Schindler. op. 11 

no. 2. High in F. [5637 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

171818, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Failures ; written and composed by 
Charles J. Winter. [5638 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 174730, Feb. 20, 1908. 

Fair is the morning land; [words 
by] Rev. W. O. Cushing, [music by] 
Hubert P. Main. [5639 

H. P. Main, Newark, N. J. In re- 
newal for 14 years from Mar. 29, 
1908. C 172035, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Fair lady; [song] by Mrs. Cora 

Hickey. [5640 

Mrs. C. Hickev, United States. 

C 140S16, Jan. 23, 1907 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 

1908. 

Fairies' (The) serenade; from The 
Search light, words and music by 
Corriene Attebery, arr. by Mary 
Jaque. [5641 

C. Attebery, Webb City, Mo. C 
169800, Dec. 5, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1908. 

Faith, hope and love: [words by] H. 
O. Henderson, [music by] M. L. 
McPhail. [5642 

M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173124, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

Faithful helpers ; [words by] Char- 
lotte G. Homer, [music by] C. H. 
Gabriel. [5643 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174303, Feb. 12, 1908. 



Faith's calendar; lyrics by Frederic 

Lawrence Knowles, music by Wilbur 

Hascall. [5644 

Fraternity pub. co., Boston, Mass. 

C 173219, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Fall River line grand march ; by C. 
D. Blake for piano. [5645 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Dec. 13, 1907. C 169797, Dec. 
13, 1907. 

Family's (The) ancient tree; no. 6, 
terzette, [from] A Waltz dream, lyric 
by Joseph Herbert, music by Oscar 
Straus, arr. by A. Carroll Ely. 

[5646 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, N. 
Y. C 172545, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Famous dance album : containing the 
season's successes, for piano solo. 
4to. [5647 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171783, Jan 10, 1908. 

Farewell (A) ; song with piano ace, 
[words by] Charlotte Becker, 
[music by] Horace Clark. [5648 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 172599, Jan. 22, 1908. 

Farewell, sweet love; words by A. 
Yaldemar, music by Julian Clifford. 

[5649 
Metzler & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172641, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Farewell to summer; words anon; 
music by Arthur W. Marchant, op. 
94 no. 2. (Two-part music, school 
series no. 50). Svo. [5650 

Boosev & co., London. England. C 
173383, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Farmer Bungtown ; march humor- 

esque [bv] Fred Luscomb. Svo. 

orch. [5651 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 

174546, Feb. 17, 1908. 

Favorita : mazurka, by Donato Mon- 
tano. pf. [5652 

D. Montano, New York, N. Y. C 
174110, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Feed my sheep : [words by J Eleanor 
W. Long, [music by] C. H. Gabriel. 

[5653 
Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174259, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Festive (The) flea: march and two- 
step, by Milton W. Lusk. pf. [5654 
Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York, N. Y. C 173194, Jan. 31, 1908. 



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251 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



Fetards (Les) ; chanson-marche, 

paroles de Paul Faucher, ruusique 

de L. A. Droccos. [5655 

Faul Faucher, Paris, France. C 

173504, Feb. 4, 1908. 

Fickle (The) dinner bell; [from] 
The Boy and the girl, book by 
Richard Carle, music by H. L. 
Heartz. [5656 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 173622, Feb. 5, 1908; 
2 c. Feb. 6. 1908. 

Fields and vineyards ; [words by] 

Eleanor W. Long, [music by] C. 

H. Gabriel. [5657 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174223, Feb. 12, 190S. 

Fight for Penn : words by Norman 
L. Harker, music by Paul Bno. 

[5658 
Maximum pub. co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 172666, Jan. 11, 1908. 

Fight for your home and native 
land; [song by] D. E. Caldwell. 

[5659 
D. E. Caldwell, Osceola, Ark. C 
173012, Jan. 27, 1908: 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1908. 

Fileuse (La) (At the spinning 
wheel) ; piano [by] D. Savino. 

[5660 
Oliver Ditson co.. Boston, Mass. 
C 171927, Jan. 11, 1908. 

Fill my heart; [words by] M. Victor 
Staley, [music by] C. H. Gabriel. 

[5661 
Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174220, Feb. 12, 1908. 
Fill the bowl with rosy wine ; part- 
song for men's voices, words by 
Abraham Cowley, music by John E. 
West. (The Orpheus no. 445). 

[5662 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 173196, Jan. 31, 1908. 
Firebrand; march, [by] F. H. Losey, 
op. 233. 8vo. orch. [5663 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
174828, Feb. 20, 1908. 
First (The) regiment; grand march 
for piano or parlor organ, by P. B. 
Perry. [5664 

Phil. B. Perry, Kansas City, Mo. 
In renewal for 14 years from July 
26, 1908. C 172838, Jan. 27, 1908. 
Flight of the birds ; ballet, [by] W. 
M. Rice. arr. bv R. E. Hildreth. 4to. 
orch. [5665 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
174547, Feb. 17, 1908. 



Flora : salonstiick, [ by] Hermann 

Wenzel, op. 210, edited by Hans 

Lichter, piano. [5666 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 

171714, Jan. 8, 190S. 

Flowers in June: words anon., music 
by Arthur W. Marchant, op. 94 no. 3. 
(Two-part music, school series no. 
49). 8vo. [5667 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 
173384, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Flowers of love; reverie, piano com- 
position by H. Engelmann. [5668 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
171917, Jan. 11, 1908. 

Flowers (The) of the forest; rev- 
erie, by I. Furman Mulliner. pf. 

[5669 
United States music co., Williams- 
port, Pa. C 174076, Feb. 11, 1908. 

Fluffs and frills ; intermezzo two 

step, by Elizabeth Eppes Minetree. 

pf. [5670 

E. E. Minetree, Washington, D. C. 

C 173631, Feb. 6, 1908. 

Fluffy Ruffles ; a slow drag, by 

Frank Keithley. pf. [5671 

Keithley-Joy music co., Des 

Moines, Iowa. C 173267, Feb. 1, 

1908. 
march and two step, by Richard 

Hamilton, pf. [5672 

W. C. Parker, New York, N. Y. 

C 170098, Dec. 19, 1907 ; 2 c. Oct. 30, 

1907. 

waltzes, by C. B. Atkinson. [5673 

C. B. Atkinson, Avalon, Pa. C 
174038, Feb. 11, 1908. 
Fluttering leaves ; three step, by 
Delhi A. Doty. pf. [5674 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. C 
170149, Dec. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1908. 

Folies du cceur ; valse [par] E. Clave- 
aud-Verinas, pour piano. [5675 

Claveaud-Verinas, Paris, France. 
C 171956, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Follow Me; [words by] Kate S. Burr, 
[music by] R. Lowry. [5676 

Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J. In renewal for 14 years from 
Feb. 27, 1908. C 173162, Jan. 31, 
1908. 

[words by] N. C. Ballard, [music 

by] H. A. Henry. [5677 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174254, Feb. 12, 190S. 



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Following Jesus ; [words by] Wm. C. 
Pool, [music by C. H. Gabriel. [5678 
Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174284, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Fool (The) hath said; [words & 
music by] T. C. Neal. [5679 

C. V. Strickland & son, Hunting- 
ton, Ind. C 172677, Jan. 3, 1908. 

For Eli every time ; words and music 

by Nina Wilcox Putnam. [5680 

N. W. Putnam, Rye, N. Y. C 

171484, Jan. 3, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 12, 

1908. 

For if we believe; contralto solo, 
music by Carrie B. Adams. [5681 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173597, Feb. 5, 1908. 

For the red, white and blue; march 
and two step [by] Monroe H. Rosen- 
feld, arr. by Jos. C. Breil. 8vo. 
orch. [5682 

M. H. Rosenfeld, New York, N. Y. 
C 174381, Feb. 13, 1908 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1908. 

■ words and music by Monroe H. 

Rosenfeld. [5683 

M. H. Rosenfeld, New York, N. Y. 
C 173520, Feb. 4, 1908. 

For you; ballad, poem by Eustacio 
Illustre, music by H. Kirkus Dug- 
dale. [5684 
Dugdale & Corbitt, United States. 
C 173801, Feb. 8, 1908. 

Forever and a day; song, [words by] 
Ed. MacCarthy, [music by] J. W. 
Bischoff. 1, soprano or tenor; 2. 
alto or baritone. [5685-5686 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 172102, 172103, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Forget me not; words and music by 

Irene M. MacColl. [5687 

I. M. MacColl, Arrowhead, British 

Columbia. C 174498, Jan. 2a 1908. 

Forward be our watchword; [song 
by] G. H. Fairclough. [5688 

G. H. Fairclough, St. Paul, Minn. 
C 174403, Feb. 13, 1908. 

Frage ; aus den liedern eines menschen 
von L. Scharf, fur bariton mit 
begleitung des pianoforte, von Hein- 
rich G. Nor en, op. 25 no. 1. [5689 
Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 173351, Feb. 3, 190S. 



Frals, Jesus, frals; [song by] N. J.* 
Russell. [5690 

N. J. Russell, Chicago, 111. C 
170617, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1908. 

Fred ; [words by] J. Jorgenson, [music 

by] L. Oscar Anderson. [5691 

Anderson & Hi Hand, Minneapolis, 

Minn. C 172426, Jan. 17, 1908 ; 2 c. 

Jan. 20, 1908. 

Freedom and liberty ; march two step, 

[by] Nick Brown, arr. by Mackie- 

Beyer. 8vo. orch. [5692 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 172971, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Freut euch, ihr Christen, alle. 
Pfingstkantate fur gemischten chor, 
solo und orgel, ged. von Georg Wer- 
ner, componiert von Fritz Reuter. 
(Geistliche gesange no. 6) 8vo. 

[5693 
Fritz Reuter, Chicago, 111. C 
168906, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1908. 

Frolics; polka encore for piano, by 
Chas. Edward Cone, op. 12. [5694 
Lagatree music pub. co., Detroit, 
Mich. C 173014, Jan. 15, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1908. 
From the garden to the cross alone ; 
sacred song, by L. Z. Phillips, arr. 
by Ella J. Johnson. 

E. Witzmann & co., Memphis, 
Tenn., 174976, Feb. 24, 1908 

[5695 

Fruhglocke (Die) ; komponiert von] 

Max Schillings, op. 22 no. 1, [fur or- 

chesterstimmen]. [5696 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 

C 173361, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Fun in a barber shop ; march novelty, 
[byl Jesse M. Winne, arr. by Her- 
man Friedrich. 8vo, band. 

[5697 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
172295, Jan. 16, 1908. 

no. 1, banjo solo arr. by Wal- 
ter Jacobs ; no. 2, pf. ; no. 3, guitar 
solo arr. by Walter Jacobs; no. 4. 
1st mand. or violin arr. by Walter 
Jacobs. [5698-5701 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
173444-173447, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Gaiety echoes; on . . . melodies . . . 
from Gaiety plays, music by Ivan 
Caryll & Lionel Monckton, arr. for 
piano by H. M. Higgs. [5702 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 173055, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 190S. 



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Gailthaler jagermarsch (Hunter's 
march) : mannerchor im kilrntner 
volkston, text und musik von Th. 
Koschat, op. 44. arr. by C. M. W. 

Svo. [5703 

Geo. Moliueux. New York, N. Y. 
C 172473. Jan. 20, 190S. 

Galilean (The); a sacred cantata; 
libretto written and selected by T. C. 
Porteus, music composed by Charles 
Jessop. [5704 

James Broadbent & son, ltd., 
Leeds, England. C 171651 Jan. 7, 
1908. 

Galilee : [words & music by] C. H. 
Gabriel. [5705 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174310, Feb. 12, 190S. 

Galop militaire ; by C. Mayer, op. 
117, arr. by Theo. Herbert for piano 
6 hands, rev. & fing. by H. T. Sei- 
fert. [5706 

Carl Fischer, New York. N. Y. C 
173330, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Garden (The) I love; words by H. So 
Reed, music by Godfrey Nutting, no. 
1 in C : no. 2 in D : no. 3 in E flat. 

[5707-5709 

Gould & co., London, England. C 
172935-172937, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Garden (The) of happiness; words 
by Richard Palgrave, music by Her- 
bert Charles, no. 2 in F. [5710 

Lublin & co.. ltd.. London, Eng- 
land. C 174027, Feb. 11, 1908. 

Garden (The) of the soul; [words 
by] C. Wordsworth, [music by] E. 
S. Lorenz. [5711 

Lorenz pub co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173590, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Gardiner (H. Balfour) Noel; [for] 
piano. [5712 

Forsyth bros.. ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172921, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Garratt (Percival) Scherzo-toccata: 
for the pianoforte, op. 14. [5713 

Ch. Avison, ltd.. London. England. 
C 171868, Jan. 11, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 
10, 1908. 

Gates (The) of life; an original 
Easter service, words and music by 
F. A. Clark. 12 mo. [5714 

F. A. Clark, Philadelphia, Pa. A 
199104, Feb. 13, 1908. 



Gather the blossoms of Easter; 

[words by] Lizzie DeArmond, 

[music by] Ira B. Wilson. [5715 

Lorenz pub co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

173926, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Gather up the stones ; [words by] 

Lizzie DeArmond, [music by] J. B. 

Easterling. [5716 

J. B. Easterling, Clyde, Tex. C 

173988, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Gathering beautiful sheaves ; [words 

by] A. M. Pace, [music by] J. H. 

Mays. [5717 

A. M. Pace, Joiner, Ga. C 172173, 

Jan. 15, 1908. 

Gathering for the King; [words & 
music by] Mrs. Nellie Place Chand- 
ler. [5718 
Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174297, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Gathering home to the silent shore ; 
[words by] Rev. W. O. Cushing, 
[music by] Hubert P. Main. [5719 
H. P. Main, Newark, N. J. In re- 
newal for 14 years from Mar. 11, 
1908. C 172039, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Gavotte martiale ; par V. Dolmetsch. 
for the piano. [5720 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172955, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Gebet ; gedicht von E. Morike, fur 

mannerchor von Felix Weingartner, 

op. 44 no. 2. Svo. [5721 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 

N. Y. C 173365, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Gelert; dramatic legend for chorus 
and orchestra, poem by William 
Spencer, music by Ernest Austin, op. 
11. Yocal score. Svo. [5722 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 172730, Jan. 25, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 24, 1908. 

Gem series, no. 151. Three tunes ; He 
loves them, Come happy children, 
The lovelv flowers ; [music] by John 
S. Witty. 8vo. [5723 

James Broadbent & son, ltd., 
Leeds, England. C 172931, Jan. 28, 
1908. 

Gems of Highland song; with the 
original Gaelic words, and a trans- 
lation into English by William 
Mackenzie, arr. for solo voices with 
[piano] ace, and chorus ad lib., by 
J. A. Moonie. Book 1. 8vo. [5724 
Paterson & sons, Edinburgh, Scot- 
land. C 173052, Jan. 30, 1908. 



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Geneva scottische : for piano or or- 
gan, by P. B. Perry. [5725 
Phil. B. Perry, Kansas City, Mo. 
In renewal for 14 years from July 
26, 1908. C 172837, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Gesang der rauber; gedicht von E. 
Morike, fur funfstimmigen manner- 
chor von Felix Weingartner, op. 44 
no. 3. 8vo. [5726 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 173366, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Get right with God; [words by] 

Edgar C. Mason, [music by] Will L. 

Thompson. [5727 

W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 

Ohio. C 173180, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Gethsemane and Calvary; a short 
and easy cantata for use on Palm 
Sunday and Good Friday, . . . com- 
posed by E. Vine Hall. 8vo. [5728 
Weekes & co., London, England. 
C 173266, Feb. 1, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1908. 

Giocosa (La) ; scherzo pour piano, 
par Charles Godard, op. 164. [5729 
Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 173356, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Gipsy melodies ; for violin and piano, 
by Geo. H. Koepping. [5730 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172699, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Gipsy's (The) warning; [by] Henry 
A. Coard, edited by M. Green wa Id. 
in C medium. [5731 

Century music pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 172680, Jan. 24, 1908 : 
2 c. Jan. 25, 1908. 

Girl (The) by the Great Salt Lake; 

[song by] S. W. Lee. [5732 

S. W. Lee, United States. C 

100096, Aug. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1908. 

Glad Easter morn : an Easter service, 
by W. A. Post, C. H. Gabriel, Lizzie 
DeArmond, E. E. Hewitt and 
others. 12mo. [5733 

Hope pub. co., Chicago, 111. A 
199105, Feb. 13, 190S. 

Gladdest (The) music of June; 
words and music by Clarence Lucas. 

[5734 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171777, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Gloria: [song by] Will L. Thompson. 

[5735 
W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 
Ohio. C 173176, Jan. 31, 1908. 



Gloria Patri: [song by] E. S. Lorenz. 

[5736 
Lorenz pub. co.. Dayton, Ohio. C 
173210, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Glory be to Thee: [song by] Walter 
T. Smith. [5737 

W. T. Smith. McRae, Ga. C 
172169, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Gluckliche tage (Happy days) ; 
leichte tonstiicke von Max Dupont, 
piano solo. 4to. [5738 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 172351, Jan. 18, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1908. 

Go alone with Jesus ; words arr. by 
F. S. J., [music by] J. Henry John- 
son. [5739 

J. Henry Johnson, London, Eng- 
land. C 173380, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Go forward; [words by] Grace J. 
Frances, [music by] Hubert P. 
Main. [5740 

H. P. Main, Newark, N. J. In 
renewal for 14 years from Apr. 12, 
1908. C 172044, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Go to sleep, curly head; words and 
music by Herbert Oliver. [5741 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
L land. C 173515, Feb. 4, 1908. 

; God be merciful ; theme from Dr. 
Parry, [music by] J. H. Morris. 
Trio for soprano, alto and tenor. 

[5742 
Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172539, Jan. 21, 1908. 

j God gently calls us ; song, [words 
by] W. W. How, [music by] Fred- 
eric Fleming Beale, for medium 
voice. [5743 

Clayton F. Suininy co., Chicago, 
111. C 1722S9, Jan. 16, 1908. 

| God is love ; [words by] Ray Ellis 

Morse, [music by] Orwin Allison 

Morse. [5744 

O. A. Morse. De Land, Fla. C 

173172, Jan. 31, 1908. 

God is moving on the world ; [words 

by] Edgar C. Mason, [music by] 

Will L. Thompson. [5745 

W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 

Ohio. C 173178, Jan. 31, 1908. 

God shall wipe away all tears ; an- 
them, composed by J. T. Field, arr. 
as trio for boys' or female voices, by 
E. T. Cook. (Novello's chorister 
series . . . no. 29). 8vo. [5746 

Novello & co., ltd.. London, Eng- 
land. C 172271. Jan. 26, 190S. 



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255 



nos. 10-13, Mar.. 1908 



God will hear prayer [song]. [5747 
Daniel Sloan, Zion City. 111. C 
173064, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

God's hand; [words by] Edith S. Til- 
lotson, [music by] 0. H. Gabriel. 

[5748 
Cli. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174283, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Going home to rest ; [words by] John- 
son Oatman, jr., [music by] S. F. 
Lee. [5749 

R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173966, Feb. 10, 190S. 

Golden-rod ; mazurka, by Horace Hills, 
jr., op. 42, no. 2. pf. [5750 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
174837, Feb. 20, 190S. 

Golden (The) shore; song, words by 
E. Oxenford, music by Herman Mus- 
cat. [5751 
Laudy & co., London, England. 
C 172131, Jan. 15, 1908. 

words arr. [by] F. S. J., [music 

by] F. Spencer Johnson. [5752 

F. S. Johnson, London, England. 
C 173378, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Golden (The) West; words by Jay 
B. Noble, music by John Martin. 

[5753 
' J. B. Noble, Rifle, Colo. C 131937, 
Oct. 13, 1906 ; 2 c. Nov. 12, 1907. 

Good-bye; [words by] Johnson Oat- 
man, jr., [music by] Wm. M. Golden. 

[5754 
Wm. M. Golden, Kennedale, Tex. 
C 172163, Jan. 15, 190S. 

Good-bye Carlotta; words by Wil- 
liam Jerome, music by Jean 
Schwartz. [5755 

Jerome & Schwartz, New York, 
N. Y. C 174588, Feb. 17, 1908. 

Good morning, Mr. Postman ; written 

and composed by Paul Pelham and 

Herbert Rule. [5750 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 173319, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Good-night, ma baby chile ; words 
and music by Roger W. Sweet. [5757 
R. W. Sweet, Orion, Mich. C 
172345, Jan. 18, 1908. 

Good (The) Shepherd; [words by] 
Mrs. E. C. Henninges, [music by] 
E. C. Henninges. [5758 

M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173140, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
190S. 



Goose (The) song; from The Gray 
goose, words and music by John G. 
Xabriskie, no. 2. New York, A. W. 
Tarns music library- [5759 

J. G. Zabriskie, Paterson, N. J. C 
173554, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Gounod (Charles-Francois) Ballet 
music from Faust ; suite 1, arr. by 
R. Gruenwald for orchestra, concert 
edition no. 374. 4to. [5760 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 173035, Jan. 29, 1908. 

Grace sufficient ; [words by] Mrs. E. 
C. Henninges, [music by] E. C. Hen- 
ninges. • [5761 
M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173133, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

oracey (Maurice) Au Colysfie; danse 

paienne, no. 1 de la suite italienne, 

transcription pour piano, par Albert 

Landry. [5762 

W. Smyth, Paris, France. C 

172845, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Gavottine ; no. 2. de la suite 

Louis XV, transcription pour piano 
par Albert Landry. [5763 

W. Srnvth, Paris, France. C 
172848, Jan. 27, 190S. 

Historiette; no. 3, de la suite 

Louis XV, transcription pour piano 

par Albert Landry. [5764 

W. Smyth, Paris, France. C 

172846, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Reverie; no. 2 de la suite Propos 

tendres, transcription pour piano, 
par Albert Landry. Paris. Ha- 
chette & cie. [5765 

W. Smyth, Paris, France. C 
173309, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Sc§ne de ballet ; no. 4 de la suite 

Louis XV, transcription pour piano, 

par Albert Landry. [5766 

W. Smyth, Paris, France. C 

172847, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Graded individual sight-singing mel- 
odies ; by G. B. Mathews, first series. 

[5767 
George B. Mathews, New Britain, 
Conn. C 172062, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Grasp (The) of a comrade's hand: 
patriotic song, words by P. S. M. 
Munro, [music] arr. by Homer N. 
Bartlett. [5768 

P. S. M. Munro, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
C 151030, May 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 
3, 1908. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 3 



Gbeat (The) day coming; [words & 
music by] C. H. Gabriel. [5769 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174272, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Greatest (The) love; [words by] 
W. A. Bradley, [music by] Robert 
Harkness. [5770 

Clias. M. Alexander, Chicago, 111. 
C 174688, Feb. 19, 1908. 

Grenadiers (The) ; march, [by] T. 
Francis Crowley, pf. [5771 

W. B. Hasey, Somerville, Mass. C 
172464, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Grimm (Wilhelm) Telllieder; [ged. 
v.] Ft. Schiller. Fischerknabe ; 
Hirte ; Alpenjager ; fur eine sing- 
stimme mit klavier und Gesang der 
barmherzigen briider, fur vierstim- 
migen mannerchor. [5772 

W. Grimm, Schaffhausen, Swit- 
zerland. C 173324, Feb. 3, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 3, 1908. 

Grisetten; walzer-rondo, [aus] Die 
Sussen Grisetten, operette in 1 akt, 
von Julius Wilhelm, musik von 
Heinrich Reinhardt, fur klavier 
zweihandig. [5773 

Josef Weinberger, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 173336, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Guilmant (Alexandre) Pastorale, 
op. 26; for piano and harmonium. 
arr. for the organ and newly revised 
by the composer. [5774 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172653, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Gwenevere ; words and music by Belle 
Berryhill. [5775 

Berryhill music co., Los Angeles, 
Cal. C 172988, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 27, 1908. 

Haakon's slumber song ; words trans- 
lated from Ibsen, by R. A. Streat- 
feild, music by Adolph Mann. [5776 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 
173638, Feb. 6, 1908. 



Hail, Jehovah ! glorious Leader ; Eas- 
ter carol, [words by] Lillias Nevin, 
[music by] George B. Nevin. (Oliver 
Ditson co.'s octavo ed. no. 11772). 

[5778 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
172897, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Hail the risen King; [words by] 

Lizzie DeArmond, [music by] Ira 

B. Wilson. [5779 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

173913, Feb. 10, 190S. 

Hail to the college girl ; opening 
chorus from Professor Napoleon, 
book and lyrics by R. Wade Davis, 
music by J. Mahlon Duganne. [5780 
Davis bros.. Altcona, Pa. C 
174204, Jan. 9, 1908: 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1908. 

Half was never told; [words by] 
Johnson Oatman, jr., [music by] E. 
D. Curry. [5781 

The Showalter-Patton co., Midlo- 
thian, Tex. C 174005, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Hallelujah ! rejoice ! [words by] 
Jennie Wilson, [music by] J. M. Ed- 
wards. [5782 
J. M. Edwards, Alvarado, Tex. C 
173992, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) Largo, aus 
Xerxes; leichte tonstiicke . . . mit 
fingersatzbezeichnung fur das piano- 
forte, von D. Krug, op. 196 no. 285 

[5783 
Rob. Forberg. Leipzig, Germany. 
C 172756. Jan. 25, 1908 : 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1908. 

Happy childhood's golden days for- 
ever ; words and music by P. C. Jen- 
sen. [5784 
P. C. Jensen. United States. C 
173405, Feb. 3, 190S. 



Happy companions ; pianoforte piece 



bv E. R. Kroeger. 



[5785 



Haben (Das) die weiber so gern; 
walzerlied aus der operette, Der 
Mann mit den drei frauen, text von 
Julius Bauer, musik von Franz j 
Leh&r. Gesang und klavier, no. 1. 

[5777 

Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard 

Herzmansky), Vienna, Austria. C 

171122, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 22, 

1908. 



Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172960. Jan. 28, 1908. 

Happy days: march-two step, [by] 

Maurice Levi, arr. by T. P. and Geo. 

J. Trinkaus. mand. orch. [5786 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 173420, Feb. 3, 1908. 

arr. by W. C. O'Hare. 8vo. 

military band. [5787 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 173419, Feb. 3, 1908. 



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257 



Happy return march ; for the piano 
[by] C. M. Ackennann, op. 4. [5788 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 172721, Jan. 25, 190S. 

Hard luck: coon song, words and 

music by R. G. Palmer. [5789 

Popular music pub co., Detroit. 

Mich. C 173693, Feb. 7, 1908; 2 c. 

Feb. 17, 190S. 

Hark! Ten thousand harps; [words 

by] Thomas Kelly, [music by] Mrs. 

Ord Bohamian. [5790 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

X. Y. C 172540, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Harmonic and melodic technical 
studies; supplementary to The 
rhetoric of music, by Mortimer Wil- 
son. Sto. [5791 
University pub. co., Lincoln, Nebr. 
A 193763, Dec. 7, 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
190S. 

Hassler (Johann Wilhelm) Grande 
gigue in D minor; for pianoforte, 
from op. 13, edited and fingered by 
Paolo Gallico. [5792 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172461, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Have you heard the call? [words 
by] George O. Webster, [music by] 

B. C. Unseld. [5793 
B. C. Unseld, Hagerstown, Md. C 

171037, Dec. 30, 1907. 

He careth for you; [words by] A. J. 
Morris, [music by] M. L. McPhail. 

[5794 
M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173145, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

He giveth His beloved sleep; [words 
by] Johnson Oatman, jr., [music by] 

C. H. Gabriel. [5795 
Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174293, Feb. 12, 1908. 

He hath triumphed; Easter anthem 
for men's voices, music by J. C. 
Macy. (Sacred quartets and an- 
thems). 8vo. [5796 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 172811, Jan. 25, 1908. 

He is risen; anthem, [words by] Ce- 
cil F. Alexander, [music by] Ira B. 
Wilson. (Lorenz's octavo anthems 
no. 704). [5797 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173583, Feb. 5, 1908. 



He leadeth me; sacred song, [words 
by] J. H. Gilmore, [music by] Will 
C. Macfarlane. Low voice in B flat. 

[5798 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171935, Jan. 13, 1908. 

He leads me all the way ; words and 
music by C. Will Schwartz. [5799 
C. W. Schwartz, Ottumwa, Iowa. 
C 173731, Feb. 8, 1908. 

He'll do the same for you; [words 

by] Maggie E. Gregory, [music by] 

A. O. Oliver. [5800 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

17424S, Feb. 12, 1908. 

He perfectly keeps; [words by] Mi- 
riam E. Oatman, [music by] J. B. 
Easterling. [5801 

J. B. Easterling, Clyde, Tex. C 
173987, Feb. 10, 1908. 

He promised me; [words by] John 

Crombie White, [music by] C. H. 

Gabriel. [5802 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174232, Feb. 12, 1908. 

He saves me; [song by] Will L. 
Thompson. [5803 

W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 
Ohio. C 173191, Jan. 31, 1908. 

He supplieth all my needs ; [words 

by] T. O. Chisholm, [music by] C. H. 

Gabriel. [5804 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174287, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Heap big Injun; two step intermezzo 

[by] Henry S. Sawyer, 1, 8vo. band; 

2, 8vo. orch. [5805-5806 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 

174549, 174550, Feb. 17, 1908. 

Hear the call of Jesus; [words by] 

Mrs. J. M. Hunter, [music by] E. L. 

Ferguson. [5807 

R. L. Ferguson, Venus, Tex. C 

173994, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Hear the glad birds sing ; [words by] 

Lizzie DeArmond, [music by] E. S. 

Lorenz. [5808 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

173909, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Hear the glad birds singing, [words 

by] Lizzie DeArmond, [music by] 

Ira B. Wilson. [5809 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

173915, Feb. 10, 1908. 



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Heart (A) went singing; words by 
Clietwynd Hamilton, music by Eliza- 
beth E. Needliam. [5810 
Lublin & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 174030, Feb. 11, 1908. 

Heart's (The) morning (L'aurore du 
coeur) ; song with piano ace, English 
version by Rosa Newmarch, traduc- 
tion frangaise de Amedee Boutarel, 
[music by] Jean Sibelius, op. 13 no. 
3. [Key of D]. [5811 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
N. Y. C 173363, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Heather-belles (The) ; song from 
The Gay Gordons, words by C. H. 
Bovill, music by Guy Jones. [5812 
Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London, England. C 173685, 
Feb. 7, 1908. 

Heather brown ; words by Ethel M. 
Priestman, music by Cecil Hazel- 
hurst, in B flat. [5813 
Elkin & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172445, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Heaven is our home; anthem, words 
written by T. R. Taylor, music com- 
posed by Frank L. Sealy. (Church 
music review, no. 85). 8vo. mixed v. 

[5814 
H. W. Gray co., New York, N. Y. 
C 172622, Jan. 23, 1908. 

mixed voices, [words by] Thomas 

R. Taylor, [music by] J. W. Bis- 
choff . ( Sacred octavo series ... no. 
809. [5S15 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 173433, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Heavenly (The) vision; quartette 
with solo for soprano and duett, sop. 
& ten., words and music by P. Doug- 
las Bird. 8vo. [5816 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. Mass. C 173038, Jan. 29, 1908. 

Heavens (The) are telling; anthem 
by John S. Witty. (Gem series, 
nos. 145-146). Old & new notations. 
8vo. [5817 

James Broadbent & son. ltd., 
Leeds, England. C 171656, Jan. 7, 
1908. 

Heimreise (The last journey) ; fur 
eine mittlere stimme mit piano- 
begleitung, von Kathe Koppehele, 
op. 13, English words by John Bern- 
feoff. (Vier lieder . . . no. 1). 

[5818 
P. Pabst, Leipzig, Germany. C 
173345, Feb. 3, 1908. . 



Helena Helen ; words by N. H. Sav- 
ior, music by Gus Goegel. [5819 
Thompson music co., Chicago, 111. 
C 173893, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Her baggage was checked for Troy ; 
[from] Funabashi, lyric by Carolyn 
Wells, music by Safford Waters. 

[5820 
Helf & Hager co., New York, N. Y. 
C 172057, Jan. 14, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 
31, 1908. 

Herbststimmung (Autumn moods) ; 
ged. [von] Hans Benzmann, English 
translation by Paul Bliss, [musik 
von] Alexander von Fielitz, op. 86. 
(Four songs, no. 3). [5821 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 173715, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Here's to Bustins ; march-song, [by] 
J. A. Seeket. pf. with words. 

[5822 
Lord & co., Lawrence, Mass. C 
172720, Jan. 25, 1908. 

Hermit's dream ; nocturne by Chas. 
D. Blake, op. 184. piano duett. 

[5823 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Jan. 19, 1908. C, 171736, Jan. 
9, 190S. 

Herr (Der) 1ST ALTFERSTANDEN (O 
Christ, the Lord, is risen ! ) ; f estge- 
sange fur manner chore, von H. B. 
Proehl. Svo. [5824 

Henry B. Proehl, Chicago, 111. C 
173046, Jan. 30, 1908. 

Herre Gud, jeg har saa syndet : 
[song by] L. Oscar Anderson. 

[5825 
Anderson & Hilland, Minneapolis, 
Minn. C 172417. Jan. 17, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 20, 1908. 

Herrmann (Eduard) ; scherzo in E 
major : for violin and piano, op. 28. 

[5826 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172970, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Hidden (A) thorn; song [words by] 
Douglass G. Miller, [music by] J. 
W. Bischoff. Alto or baritone. 

[5827 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 172099, Jan. 14, 1908. 

song [words by] Douglass G. Mil- 
ler, [music by] J. W. Bischoff. so- 
prano or tenor. [5828 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 172104, Jan. 14, 1908. 



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nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



Himles land; [song by] L. Oscar An- 
derson. [5829 
Anderson & Hilland, Minneapolis, 
Minn. C 172415, Jan. 17, 190S; 2 c. 
Jan. 20, 1908. 

His great salvation; [words by] Ada 

R. Habershon, [music by] Robert 

Harkness. [5S30 

Charles M. Alexander, Chicago, 

111. C 172112, Jan. 2, 1908. 

His righteousness availeth ; [words 

by] J. M. Hunter, [music by] B. R. 

Young. [5831 

B. R. Young, Hodge, La. C 174- 

018, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Hofmann (Richard) Zwei schiiler- 
konzerte (Two concerts for pupils) ; 
fiir violine mit piano, op. 126.. no. 

I, A moll in der ersten lage; no. 2, 
D dur mit anwendung der dritten 
lage. [5832-5833 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 171856, 171857, Jan. 

II, 1908 ; 2 c. each Jan. 10, 1908. 

Hold Thou my hand; [words by] 
Grace J. Frances, [music by] Hu- 
bert P. Main. [5834 
H. P. Main, Newark, N. J. In re- 
newal for 14 years from Mar. 11, 
1908. C 172038, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Holland (Justin). Holland's com- 
prehensive method for the guitar ; 
with additions. [5835 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
A 196743, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Holy, heavenly dove ; [words by] H. 
B„ [music by] F. Spencer Johnson. 

[5836 
F. S. Johnson, London, England. 
C 173377, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Holy Trinity ; [words and music by] 
R. Lowry. [5837 

Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
X. J. In renewal for 14 years from 
Feb. 27, 1908. C 173159 Jan. 31, 
190S. 

Home at last; [song by] Fannie 

Birdsall Bula. [583S 

F. B. Bula, Indianapolis, Ind. C 

172879, Jan. 13, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 

1908. 

Home, sweet home; medley, good- 
night waltz [by] R. E. Hildreth. 
Svo. orch. [5839 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
172296, Jan. 16, 1908. 

33036—08 3 



MONEV WON'T YOU PLEASE COME DOWN; 

words and music bv Dave Reed. 

[5840 
M. Witmark & sons. New York, 
X. Y. C 174441. Feb. 14, 190S ; 2 c. 
Feb. 12, 1908. 

Honeymoons: written by G. Hubi- 
Newcombe, music bv Lawrence 
Scott. [5841 

Johann Bach & co., London, Eng- 
land. C 173S75, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Hoo-oo ! Ain't you coming out to- 
night? words and music by Herbert 
Ingraham. [5842 

Maurice Shapiro, New York, N. Y. 
C 174020, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Hope; for three-part chorus, S. I & II 
alto, with pf. ace. and with optional 
parts for bass voice and for violin, 
arr. from Chas. Vincent by C. B. 
Rich, words by J. Rock adapted. 
(The beacon series). Svo. [5843 
Silver. Burdett & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 173667, Feb. 7, 1908. 

i Hope beyond; [song by] Will L. 
Thompson. [5844 

W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 
Ohio. C 173189, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Hope (The) of the world is Jesus; 
[song by] George H. Carr. [5845 

John A. Davis, Binghamton, N. Y. 
C 173275, Feb. 1, 1908. 

Hope's rondo ; [by] Marie Cecile, op. 9. 

pf. [5846 

Sisters of the Humility of Mary, 

Villa Maria, Pa. C 174021, Feb. 10. 

1908. 

Hosanna in the highest; anthem 
[by] Ira B. Wilson. (Lorenz's oc- 
tavo anthems, no. 707). [5847 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. 
C 173586, Feb. 5, 1908. 

House (The) of the Lord; [song by] 
E. L. Ashford. [5848 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173031, Jan. 29, 1908. 

HOW CAN MY FOOTSTEPS* FAIL? [words 

by] Fanny J. Crosby, [music by] 
Hubert P. Main. [5849 

H. P. Main, Newark, N. J. In re- 
newal for 14 years from Apr. 1, 
1908. C 172047, Jan. 14, 1908. 

How long, O Lord ; sacred song for a 

low voice with piano ace, music by 

Harry Alexander Matthews. [5850 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

172701, Jan. 24, 1908. 



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How long.. O Loed — Continued. 

[words by] James George Deck, 

[music by] R. Lowry. [5851 

Mary Rimyon Lowry, Plainfield, 

N. J. In renewal for 14 years from 

Feb. 27, 190S. C 173161. Jan. 31, 

190S. 

How sad it will be : [words by] 

Johnson Oatman. jr., [music by] J. 

M. Edwards. [5852 

J. M. Edwards. Alvarado. Tex. C 

173980. Feb. 10, 190S. 

Hubay (Jeno) Seme concerto, op. 99; 
pour violon avec ace. d'orcbestre, 
revidiert von Willi Dugge. 8vo. 

[5853 
Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. Leipzig, 
Germany. C 172735, Jan. 25, 1908: 
2 c. Jan. 24, 1908. 

Human kindness; [words and music 
by] C. H. Gabriel. [5854 

Ch. H. Gabriel. Chicago. 111. C 
174219, Feb. 12, 190S. 

Human (The) night key of New 

York : lyrics by Harry B. Smith, 

music by Maurice Levi. [5855 

M. Witinark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 172405, Jan. IS, 1908. 

Hume (J. Ord) A reverie: intermezzo 
[for piano]. [5S56 

Boosev & co., London, England. 
C 172816, Jan. 27, 190S. 

Humpebdinck (E.) Wiegenlied (Cra- 
dle song) ; arr. von Hans Sitt, fur 
violine mit klavierbegleitung. [5857 
Max Brockhaus, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 171746, Jan. 9, 1908. 

Hundred (A) years to come; written 
by Fred. Godfrey, composed by John 
Xeat. [5858 

B. Feldman & co., London, Eng- 
land. C 172928, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Hungarian (A) romance : composed 

and arr. for orch.. bv Theo. Bendix. 

4to. [5859 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

X. Y. C 173426. Feb. 3, 1908. 

Hungary: rapsodie mignonne for two 

pianos, eight-hands, bv Carl Koel- 

ling, op. 410. [5860 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 173261, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Hunting song : four-part song for 
men's voices, words by Oliver Wen- 
dell Holmes, music bv Walter F. 
Starbuck. Svo. [5861 

C. AY. Thompson & eo., Boston. 
Mass. C 178936, Feb. 10, 190S. 



Hunting song — Continued. 
tarantara. words by Bliss Car- 
man, music bv Albert Xordheimer. 

[5862 
Xordheimer piano & music co., ltd., 
Toronto, Canada. C 172377, Jan. 18, 
190S. 

Hurrah for Oklahoma ! patriotic- 
song and chorus, words and music 
by S. J. Oslin. [5863 

S. J. Oslin. Enterprise, Okla. C 
172547. Jan. 21. 190S ; 2 c. Feb. 6. 
190S. 

Husband's (A) love; duet, [from] A 
Waltz dream, lyric by Joseph Her- 
bert, music by Oscar Straus, arr. by 
A. Carroll Ely. [5864 

Jos. W. Stern & co., Xew York. 
X. Y. C 1724SS, Jan. 20, 190S. 

Hush, hush ; song, words by Thomas 
Moore, music by Harold Key. 1, 
High voice in E flat; 2, Low voice 
in C. [5S65-6866 

Lagatree pub. co.. Detroit, Mich. 
C 172116. 172117, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Hush, my dear, lie still and slum- 
ber ; lullaby, arr. by Adolph Becht. 
for piano. [5867 

Brehm bros.. Erie, Pa. C 172901, 
Jan. 27, 1908. 

I am a most affectionate wife ; waltz 
[from] The Merry widow, by Franz 
Lehar, arr. by M. Greenwald [for 
piano]. (The Merry widow dance 
folio.) [5868 

Will Wood, Xew York, X. Y. O 
172618, Jan. 23, 190S. 

I am an obedient wife (Ich bin eine 
austand'ge frau) ; from Die Lustige 
wittwe (Merry widow), German and 
English lyrics by Yictor Leon and 
Leo Stein, music by Geo. Boniface. 
(Yocal gems, vol. 2.) [5869 

Academic music co.. Xew York, 
X. Y. C 172306, Jan. 16, 190S. 

I am going far away : words by Ollie 
Dver, music bv Percv Weurich. 

[5870 
O. Dver, Youngsville, La. C 
166638. Nov. S. 1907: 2 c. Jan. 22, 
190S. 

I am His own ; [words by John Croni- 
bie White, [music bv] H. A. Henry. 

[5871 
Chas. H. Gabriel. Chicago, 111. C 
174296, Feb. 12, 190S. 



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261 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



I AM LONGING FOR THE COAXING ; [W01*dS 

by] John W. Huff, rmusic by] M. 
V. Wiggins. [5872 

M. V. Wiggins. Youmans, Fla. C 
172164, Jan. 15, 190S. 

I am looking into Jesus ; [words by] 

Frank B. Smith [music by] W. A. 

Stewart. [5873 

W. A. Stewart, Midlothian, Tex. 

C 174035, Feb. 10, 1908. 

I am near my Saviour ; [words by] 

Stella May Thompson, [music by] 

Geo. W. Bacon. [5874 

A. J. Showalter co., Dalton, Ga. 

C 172215, Jan. 15, 1908. 

I AM NOT ASHAMED OF THE GOSPEL ; 

[words by] Johnson Oatman, jr., 
[music by] Emmet Ramer. [5875 
E. Ramer, Midlothian, Tex. C 
172161, Jan. 15, 1908. 

I am on the Lord's side; [words by] 

Harriet E. Jones, [music by] Geo. 

S. Schuler. [5876 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

173S91, Feb. 10, 1908. 

I AM RESTING IN HOPE; [words by] 

Grace J. Frances, [music by] Hu- 
bert P. Main. [5877 
H. P. Main, Newark, N. J. In re- 
newal for 14 years from Apr. 12, 
1908. C 172045, Jan. 14, 1908. 

I AM SINGING ALL THE WAY J [words by] 

Johnson Oatman, jr., [music by] R. 
H. Cornelius. [5878 

R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173951, Feb. 10, 1908. 

I AM THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD | [words 

by] Johnson Oatman, jr. [music by] 
J. M. Edwards. [5879 

J. M. Edwards, Alvarado, Tex. C 
173991, Feb. 10, 190S. 

I AM TRUSTING ALL TO JESUS ; [WOl'dS 

by] Frank B. Smith [music by] W. 
A. Stewart. [5880 

W. A. Stewart, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 174012, Feb. 10, 1908. 

I arise from dreams of thee ; serenade 
[words by] Shelley [music by] Hor- 
ace Clark. 8vo. women's v. [5881 
C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, 
Mass. C 174603, Feb. 17, 1908. 

I can not stay away; [words by] 

Johnson Oatman, jr., [music by] R. 

H. Cornelius. [5882 

R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 

C 173943. Feb. 10, 1908. 



I can trust Thee; [words by] H. 
J. Zelley, [music by] C. H. Gabriel. 

[5883 
Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174241, Feb. 12, 1908. 

I certainly was put out ; words and 

music by Will A. Boyd. [5S84 

Columbia music pub. co., inc., 

Washington, D. C. C 173251, Jan. 

31, 1908. 

I'd live or I would die for you ; [by] 

Ernest R. Ball, arr. by T. P. and 

Geo. J. Trinkaus, mand. duo. [5885 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 172399, Jan. 18, 1908. 

I'd rather be a little too soon, than 

just a little bit too late; [by] 

Wm. A. and Harry Dillon. [5886 

Helf & Hager co., New York, N. Y. 

C 174368, Feb. 13, 1908. 

I'd rather dance than eat; lyric by 

Fleta Jan Brown, music by Herbert 

Spencer. [5887 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 173116, Jan. 30, 1908. 

I'd RxVTHer waltz just with you, you, 
you ; words by Daniel Derby, music 
by Burton Edward Fischer. [5888 

B. E. Fischer, Kalamazoo, Mich. 
C 172828, Jan. 27, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 31. 
1908. 

I do not ask ; [words by] Adelaide A. 
Proctor, [music by] E. S. Lorenz. 

[5889 
Lorenz pub. co., Davton, Ohio. C 
173024, Jan. 29, 3908. 

I do — won't you? [words by] Charlotte 
G. Homer, [music by] C. H. Gabriel. 

[5890 

C. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174302, Feb. 12, 1908. 

I dream of heaven ; [words and music 
by] T. C. Neal. [5891 

C. V. Strickland & son, Hunting- 
ton, Ind. C 172676, Jan. 3, 1908. 

I have to make it last me all the 
week ; written by Worton David, L. 
St. John and Harry Boden, com- 
posed by Harry Ford. [5892 
Shapiro, Von Tilzer music co., 
ltd., London, England. C 172456, 
Jan. 20, 1908. 

I hear you calling me; words by 

Harold Harford, music by Charles 

Marshall. [5893 

Boosey & co., London, England. 

C 174183-, Feb. 12, 1908. 



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I held your hand; words by Ed. 

Teschemacher, music by L. Denza, 

no. 3, in E flat. [5894 

Boosey & co., London, England. 

C 173639, Feb. 6, 1908. 

I know it is so ; [words by] Dr. J. M. 
Gray, [music by] Robert Harkness. 

[5895 
Charles M. Alexander, Chicago, 
111. C 174692, Feb. 19, 1908. 

I LEAD AN AWF'LLY LAZY LIFE; [from] 

The Boy and the girl, book by Rich- 
ard Carle, music by H. L. Heartz. 

[5896 
White- Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 173616, Feb. 5, 1908: 
2 c. Feb. 6, 1908. 

I live for you; words by Frederic E. 
Weatherly, music by Jack Thomp- 
son, no. 2 in G. [5897 
Enoch & sons, London, England. 
C 172379, Jan. 18, 1908. 

I'll be there when the band starts 
to play; [song] by Claude Thardo. 

[5898 
M. Whitmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 173422, Feb. 3, 1908. 

I'll be true; by Emily A. Miller. 

song. [5899 

E. A. Miller, United States. C 

161214, Sept. 3, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 

1907. 

I'll give her, lad, to you; [song] by 
Jos. Ryan. [5900 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 173402, Feb. 3, 1908. 

I'll o'ertake them some day ; [words 

by] W. R. Chambers, [music by] 

Wm. W. English. [5901 

A. J. Showalter co., Dalton, Ga, 

C 172212, Jan. 15, 1908. 

I LONG AGAIN TO SEE YOU, SWEETHEART 

mine; words and music by Paul R. 
Ellsworth. [5902 

P. R. Ellsworth, Leadville, Colo. 
C 172564, Jan. 22, 1908. 

I LOVE BUT YOU, ONLY, ONLY YOU ; WOrdS 

and music by Ray A. Harris. [5903 
Windham music pub co., North 
Windham, Conn. C 172244, Jan. 26, 
1908 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1908. 

I love none but you ; words and music 

by John H. Bronson. [5904 

Reeves & Bess, Boston, Mass. C 

172392, Jan. 18, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1908. 



I love thee as in days of yore ; words 
by Anna Sholberg Haugen, music by 
John Martin. [5905 

A. S. Haugen, Bellingham, Wash. 
C 174108, Feb. 11, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1908. 

I love Thee, O Jehovah ! [music by] 
H. W. Porter. [5906 

Lorenz pub co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173030, Jan. 29, 1908. 

I LOVE TO WALK AND TALK WITH HIM | 

[words by] Johnson Oatman, jr., 
[music by] S. F. Lee. [5907 

R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173950, Feb. 10, 1908. 

I love two little girls ; written and 
composed by T. W. Connor. [5908 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 172607, Jan. 23, 1908. 

I love, yes, love you so (Ich hab 
dich ja so lieb) ; from Die Lustige 
wittwe ( Merry Widow ) , German and 
English lyrics by Victor Leon and 
Leo. Stein, trans, by Geo. Boniface, 
music by Franz Lehar. (Vocal 
gems, vol. 1). [5909 

Academic music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172299, Jan. 16, 1908. 

I love you like the Yankee, loves 

THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE; march 

song, lyric by Ernest Camp Gregory, 
music by Geo. Mitchell. [5910 

E. C. Gregory, Norfolk, Va. C 
172588, Jan. 22, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1908. 

I loved a lass, a fair one ; [words by] 
S. Wither, [music by] A. Madeley 
Richardson. (Choruses for equal 
voices, no. 1117). 8vo. [5911 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 
England. C 172066, Jan. 14,. 1908; 
2 c. Jan. 27, 1908. 

I'M A RUNNING AFTER NANCY J tWO Step, 

intro. My Chippewa, [by] Dave 
Reed, arr. by W. C. O'Hare. 8vo. 
orch. [5912 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 173416, Feb. 3, 1908. 

I'M GOING TO LOVE HER AND CALL HER 

my queen ; words by Louis E. Ger- 
ber, music bv Chas. L. Johnson. 

[5913 
L. E. Gerber, Kansas City, Mo. C 
171640, Jan. 7, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1908. 



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I'm in a position to know; [froin] 
The Boy and the girl, book by Rich- 
ard Carlo, music by II. L. Heartz. 

[5914 
While-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 173614, Feb. 5, 1908; 
2 c. Feb. 6, 190S. 

I'm living to glorify God ; [words by] 

Johnson Oatman, jr., [music by] F. 

E. Meek. [5915 

The Showalter-Patton co., Dallas, 

Tex. C 174003, Feb. 10, 1908. 

I'm not iour judge; [words by] 
Sarah Spencer-Ruff, [music by] C. 
H. Gabriel. [5916 

Ch. H. Gabriel. Chicago, 111. C I 
174226, Feb. 12, 1908. 

I'm pressing on [song]. [5917 

Daniel Sloan, Zion City, 111. C 
173061, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

I'm the human night key of New 
York; from The Soul Kiss [by] 
Maurice Levi, hotel orch. no. 123. 
8yo. [5918 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 173117, Jan. 30, 1908. 

I MAKE A FULL SURRENDER; [WOrdS by] 

W. C. Martin, [music by] A. J. Sho- 
walter. [5919 

A. J. Showalter, Dalton, Ga. C 
172202, Jan. 15, 1908. 

I may forget ; song, words by Christina 
G. Rosetti, music by A. Selwyn Gar- 
bett. No. 1, in E flat; no. 2, in G. 
[5920-5921 
Wm. Maxwell music co., New 
York, N. Y. C 172089, 172090, Jan. 
14, 1908. 

I need Thee, precious Jesus ; anthem, 
[by] Alonzo Stone. Svo. mixed v. 

[5922 
White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 17249S, Jan. 20, 1908. 

I NEVER KNEW I LOVED YOU TILL YOU 

said good-bye; [song] by Leighton 
and Leighton. [5923 

Tell Taylor, Chicago, 111. C 
174041, Feb. 11, 1908. 

I OUGHT, THEREFORE I CAN J [SOng by] 

G. H. Carr. [5924 

John A. Davis, Binghamton, N. Y. 
C 173276, Feb. 1, 1908. 

I PROMISED DEAR MOTHER I'D GO ; [WOTdS 

by] Lizzie De Armond, [music by] 
A. L. Myrick. [5925 

R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173954, Feb. 10, 1908. 



I said, hooray ! written and composed 

by R. P. Weston and Fred. J. 

Barnes. [5926 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 173320, Feb. 3, 1908. 

I'se been hypnotized ; words and mu- 
sic by J. H. Radcliff. [5927 
J. H. Radcliff, Roseville, Mich. C 
172347, Jan. 18, 1908. 

I see the boat; [words by] Eleanor 
W. Long, [music by] C. H. Gabriel. 

[592S 
Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174263, Feb. 12, 1908. 

I send you roses; words by W. E. 

Henley, music by Charles Willeby, 

no. 2 in E flat. [5929 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

C 173154, Jan. 31, 1908. 

I SING BECAUSE I LOVE TO SING; tWO- 

part song for women's voices, [music 
by] Ciro Pinsuti, edited by Hans 
Lichter. (Octavo edition no. 11746). 

[5930 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171919, Jan. 11, 1908. 

I TREASURE YOU MORE TO-DAY; Written 

and composed by Harry Staunton. 

[5931 

Reeder & Walsh, London, England. 

C 174424, Feb. 14, 1908 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 

1908. 

I've been to Africa; words by A. E. 
Sidney Davis, music by Hermann E. 
Darewski, jr. [5932 

B. Feldman & co., London, Eng- 
land. C 172926, Jan. 28, 1908. 

I've been with Jesus on the rock; 
[words by] Johnson Oatman, jr., 
[music by] Mrs. A. J. Robertson. 

[5933 
A. J. Robertson, Tolar, Tex. C 
172192, Jan. 15, 1908. 

I've heard of a home up yonder; 
[words by] W. R. Chambers, [mu- 
sic by] L. H. Cooper. [5934 
Showalter-Patton co., Dallas, Tex. 
C 174007, Feb. 10, 1908. 

I've struck a chorus ; written and 

composed by Frank Leo. [5935 

Shapiro, Von Tilzer music co., ltd., 

London, England. C 172661, Jan. 

24, 1908. 

I waited for the Lord; [song by] Mrs. 
Carrie B. Adams. [5936 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173209, Jan. 31, 1908. 



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I WANT A FINE LITTLE STEAM-YACHT ; 

words by Paul West, music by Her- 
man Avery Wade. [5937 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 173706, Feb. 7, 1908. 

I will extol Thee ; solo for high voice, 
music by Carrie B. Adams. [5938 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Oliio. C 
173601, Feb. 5, 1908. 

I WILL ! I WON'T ! AS SOON AS THE GIEL 

gets you home; written by Whit 
Cunliffe, composed by J. A. Glover 
Kind. [5939 

Shapiro, Yon Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 172457, Jan. 20, 
1908. 

I will magnify Thee ; anthem, [for 

mixed voices by] R. E. De Reef. 

(Octavo church music). [5940 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 

172965, Jan. 28, 190S. 

I will magnify Thee, O God ; sacred 

duet for two sopranos, or soprano 

and tenor, [by] J. Mosenthal. [5941 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 172958, Jan. 28, 1908. 

I WILL NEVER LEAVE TlIEE | [wOl'dS by] 

A. J. Morris, [music by] M. L. 
McPhail. [5942 

M. L. McPhail. Chicago. 111. C 
173141, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

no. 2; [words by] Hattie O. Hen- 
derson [music by] M. L. McPhail. 

[5943 
M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173150, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

I will pay my vows ; [song by] Ira 

B. Wilson. [5944 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

173026, Jan. 29, 1908. 

I WILL PRAISE THE NAME OF GOD ; 

[words by] Psalm 69, [music by] 
James Mc Granahan. [5945 

Mrs. Addie Mc Granahan, Kins- 
man, Ohio. C 173247, Jan. 31, 1908 ; 
2 c. Feb. 8, 1908. 

I WILL WAIT FOR YOU JACK, BY THE 

stream; words and music by Gus 
Davis. [5946 

Mrs. P. L. Hayward, Philadelphia, 
Pa. C 172568, Jan. 22, 1908. 

I WONDER WHY YOU DON'T TAKE HER; 

words by Mabel Zetae, music by 

John Martin. [5947 

M. Zetae, Wiota, Iowa. C 174214, 
Feb. 12, 1908. 



I WOULD I WERE DWELLING ON INDIA'S 

strand (Je reve de vivre . . .) ; 
song with piano ace, English version 
by Rosa Newmarch, traduction fran- 
chise de Amadee Boutarel, [music 
by] Jean Sibelius, op. 38 no. 5 [key 
of D]. [5948 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New York, 
X. Y. C 173362, Feb. 3, 1908. 

ICH BIN EINE FRAU VON TEMP'RAMENT ; 

lied aus der operette, Der Mann mit 
den drei frauen, text von Julius 
Bauer, musik von Franz Leh&r. 
Gesang und klavier, no. 9. [5949 
Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Her- 
manzskvl Vienna, Austria. C 172- 
355, Jan.' 18, 1908. 

ICH BITTE UM EIN RENDEZ-VOUS ; lied, 

text und musik von Theodor Wot- 

titz. op. 98. [5950 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 

C 172364, Jan. 18, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 

1908. 

Ich lieb'eine blume ; fur eine sings- 
timme mit klavierbegleitung, kom- 
poniert von Carl Beutel. (Sechs- 
lieder, no. 1). [5951 

Jonassen-Eckermann & co., Berlin, 
Germany. C 171894, Jan. 11, 1908; 
2 c. Jan. 10, 1908. 

If all the stars were diamonds ; 
words by Frank Bentz, music by 
Henrv E. Geehl, no. 1 in C; no. 2 in 
E flat. [5952 

Gould & co., London, England. C 
172938, 172939, Jan. 28, 1908. 

If God be my father, 'tis well; [song 
by] Will L. Thompson. [5953 

W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 
Ohio. C 173190, Jan. 31, 1908. 

If I hadn't got a girl like you; writ- 
ten and composed by Tom Mellor, 
Alf. J. Lawrance and Harry Gifford. 

[5954 
B. Feldman & co., London, Eng- 
land. C 172925, Jan. 28, 1908. 

If maidens were not all as sweet; 

words by Harold Simpson, music by 

Charles Braun, no. 2 in F. [5955 

Enoch & sons, London, England. 

C 172380, Jan. 18, 1908. 

If Thou shalt confess ; [words by] 

J. R. Clements, [music by] Robert 

Harkness. [5956 

Charles M. Alexander, Chicago, 

111. C 174685, Feb. 19, 1908. 



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nos. 10-13. Mar., 1008 



If YOU ARE NO one's sweetheabt is 

THLK,: ANY CHANCE FOB ME? WOI'dS 

by Jos. Mittentbal, music by Jos. M. 

Daly. [5057 

J. M. Daly, Boston, Mass. C 
174506, Feb. 17, 100S. 

If you cared for me as I care for 

you : words by Ed. Rose, music by 

Ted. Snyder. [5958 

Rose & Snyder co., New York, N. Y. 

C 174074, Feb. 11, 1908. 

If you could dream of me, sweet- 
heart, again ; words by Ernil Keefer, 
music by Tobia Acciani. [5959 

E. Keefer, Brooklyn. N. Y. C 
129656, Sept. 17, 1906: 2 c. Jan. 22. 
1908. 

Illustrated studies for the ama- 
teur, [piano] . [5060 
John Picht, Brooklyn. N. Y. A 
190780, Oct. S, 1907. 

Ils passent enlaces; raise chantee, 

paroles de Paul Faucher, musique 

de L. A. Droccos. [5961 

Paul Faucher, Paris, France. C 

173507, Feb. 4, 1908. 

Images; [par] Claude Debussy. 

Deuxieme serie en recueil nos. 1, 

2, 3. [5962 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 

C 171629, Jan. 7, 1908. 

Imperial (The) Life Guards march; 
[by] R. B. Hall. 8vo. orch. [5963 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 173157, Jan. 31, 1908. 

[for band by] R. B. Hall. 8vo. 

[5964 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 172034, Jan. 14, 1908. 

In a garden; [by] C. B. Hawley, low 
voice. [5965 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 172723, Jan. 25, 1908. 

In a gondola (Gondelfahrt) ; [by] 
Carl Heins, op. 157 no. 10, revised 
and edited by L. E. Orth, piano. 

[5966 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171712, Jan. 8, 1908. 

In absence ; song for a medium voice, 
with piano ace, words by Ed. Tesche- 
macher, [music by] Percy Elliott. 

[5967 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172656. Jan. 24, 1908. 



l\ April; a book of songs by Elsie 
Gertrude Phelan. tto. ' [596S 

C. W. Thompson & co.. Boston, 
Mass. C 171913, Jan. 11, 1908. 

In Bandana lan'; [from] Bandana 
land, words by Mord Allen, music by 
Will Marion Cook. [5969 

Gotham-Attucks music co., inc., 
New York, N. Y. C 172990, Jan. 29, 
1908. 

In Cairo; oriental patrol, [by] Fr. 

von Blon. no. 1, 8vo. band ; no. 2, 

4to. orch. [5970-5971 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 

C 173285, 173286, Feb. 1, 1908. 

In days of yore ; words and music 
by John S. Egan. [5972 

J. S. Egan, Wilmington, Del. C 
173268, Feb. 1, 1908. 

IN DEM WALDE SPRIESST UND GRUNT ES ; 

fur eine singstimme mit klavier- 
begleitung, komponiert von Carl 
Beutel. (Sechs lieder. no. 2). 

[5973 
Jonassen-Eckermann & co., Berlin, 
Germany. C 171895, Jan. 11, 1908; 
2 c. Jan. 10, 190S. 

In der kirschenblut' ; gedicht von J. 
G. Fischer, mannerchor von Her- 
mann Schulken. op. 78. (Neue 
mtinnerchore & capella.) 8vo. 

[5974 
Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magde- 
burg, Germany. C 171859, Jan. 11, 
1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1908. 

In grand old Oregon ; words by Rob 
Rov Parrish, music by Z. M. Parvin. 

[5975 
R. R. Parrish, Independence, Oreg. 
C 159236, Aug. 12, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 
17, 1908. 

In her wigwam built for two, she is 

waiting for you; [song] by Oscar 

Dean Randal. [5976 

O. D. Randal, United States. C 

173461, Feb. 3, 1908. 

IN MY LITTLE BENZINE BUGGY; WOrdS 

by William Jerome, music by Jean 
Schwartz. [5977 

Jerome & Schwartz. New York, 
N. Y. C 174587, Feb. 17, 1908. 

In my swing; w T ords and music by 

Dorothy Elliott. [5978 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 

London. England. C 173563, Feb. 5, 

1908. 



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In ole Kentuck ; characteristic march 
[by] Edward Hazel. Svo. orch. 

[5970 
Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171015, Dec. 30, 1907. 

In shady bower; [by] Winona S. 
Matthews, pf. [5980 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172478, Jan. 20, 1908. 

In Spring; song of sorrow, poem by 

Ernest Dowson, set to music by 

Roger Quilter. [5981 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 

172259, Jan. 16, 1908. 

In the arms of Jesus' grace; [words 

by] Lizzie De Armond, [music by] 

R. H. Cornelius. [5982 

R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 

C 173973, Feb. 10, 1908. 

In the cross of Christ I glory; 
[words by] John Bowring, refrain 
[and music] by A. J. Showalter. 

[5983 
A. J. Showalter, Dalton, Ga. C 
172201, Jan. 15, 1908. 

In the drinking well ; part song for 

male voices, [by] Harvey B. Gaul. 

Svo. [5984 

Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, 

N. Y. C 173442, Feb. 3, 1908. 

In the field where the daisies grow ; 

key of G, [music by] Theo. H. North- 

rup. vocal orch. 966. Svo. [5985 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 172015, Jan. 13, 1908. 

In the forest (Im walde) : [words 
by] Paul Heyse, English version by 
R. S. Pigott music by Henry J. 
Lautz, op. 9, no. 1, soprano or tenor. 

[5986 
Whaley, Royce & co., ltd.. Toronto, 
Canada. C 172713, Jan. 25, 1908. 

In the garden ; mazurka, by Donato 
Montano. pf. [5987 

D. Montano, New York, N. Y. C 
174111, Feb. 5, 1908. 

In the gloaming I'll be waiting 
love for you : [song] by Mrs. A. S. \ 
Nault. [5988 j 

Mrs. A. S. Nault, Canaan, Vt. C ' 
169691, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1908. 

In the Springtime when the roses 
bloom around the cottage door - , 
words by Edgar Leslie, music by 
Llalsey K. Mohr. [5989 

Maurice Shapiro, New York, N. Y. 
C 172979, Jan. 28, 190S. 



In the sunlight all the way; 

[words by] W. C. Martin, [music 

by] A. J. Showalter. [5990 

A. J. Showalter, Dalton, Ga. C 

172205, Jan. 15, 1908. 

In the sweet by and by; [words and 
music by] G. W. Stapleton, jr. 

[5991 
A. M. Pace, Joiner, Ga. C 172174, 
Jan. 15, 1908. 

In the winepress alone; [song by] 

Hattie O. Henderson. [5992 

M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 

173125, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 

1908. 

In the wood by the way ; a villanelle, 
written by Cecil Yane, music by Den- 
ham Lloyd. [5993 
Johann Bach & co., London, Eng- 
land. C 173874, Feb. 10, 1908. 

In the woods ; words by Rutland Bar- 
rington, music by Kennedy Russell. 

[5994 
Boosev & co., London, England. 
C 173385, Feb. 3, 1908. 

In Yucatan ; [from] The Boy and the 
girl, book by Richard Carle, music 
by H. L. Heartz. [5995 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 173618, Feb. 5, 1908; 
2 c. Feb. 6, 1908. 

Indian (The) massacre; composed by 
F. Lionel, pf. [5996 

C. C. pub. co., Syracuse, N. Y. C 
174117, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Indian serenade; song for high voice 
with piano ace, words by Henry 
Gordon Spencer, [music by] Lorena 
Beresford. [5997 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 
C 173533, Feb. 4, 1908. 

Indian-summer sketch ; a dream for 
organ [by] John Hyatt Brewer. 

[5998 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
173033, Jan. 29, 1908. 

Indy (Vincent d') Deuxieme sym- 
phonic, en si beinol, op. 57 ; reduction 
& 2 pianos 4 mains, par Marcel 
Labey. [5999 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 172710, Jan. 25, 1908. 

Sonate en mi ; pour piano, op. 63. 

[6000 
A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
C 172711, Jan. 25, 1908. 



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267 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 190S 



Ingomar ; words by Alfred H. Shroeder, It's just ahead; [music by] Johnson 

music by Glenn D. Bothwell. [6001 Oatman, jr.,, -music by] W. A. Wil- 

Popular music pub. co., Detroit, coxson. [6012 

Mich. C 173696, Feb. 7, 1908: 2 c. R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 

Feb. 17, 1908. C 173976, Feb. 10, 1908. 



Inter noctem : ein melodram, von 
Walter John-Marlitt, musik von Her- 
mann Biichel, klavier, [mit iiberleg- 
ten text]. 4to. [6002 ; 

Yirgil-verlag, Berlin, Germany. C | 
171864, Jan. 11, 190S ; 2 c. Jan. 10, | 
190S. 

Invictus: chorus for men's voices it i 
cappella, poem by William Ernest 
Henly, [music by] William Y. Webbe. 
(G. Schirmer's collection . . . no. 
5012). Svo. [6003 

G Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172534, Jan. 21, 190S. 

Invocation; melodie religieuse, par I 
Zerco, [pour orchestre avec] piano 
conducteur. Svo. [6004 

Barrau, Paris. France. C 171666, 
Jan. 7, 1908. 

Irish (The) dragoons; march and i 
two step [by] Paul de Yille. 8vo. 
orch. [6005 

Carl Fischer. New York. N. Y. C 
174S36, Feb. 20, 190S. 

Irish (An) proposal: words by Har- 
old Simpson, music by Gilbert A. 
Alcock, op. 39, no. 2. [6006 

Stainer & Bell ltd., London, Eng- | 
land. C 173814, Feb. 10, 1908. 
Iron (The) brigade; march, [by] C. 
W. Bennet. Svo. military band. 

[6007 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C j 
173545, Feb. 4, 1908. 
It always comes with the summer : 
words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by 
Alfred Solman. [600S 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
X. Y. C 173803, Feb. 8. 1908. 
It cannot be ; words by J. Edwin Col- j 
lins, music bv Harry F. Steffan. 

[6009 
Collins & Steffan, Philadelphia. ] 
Pa. C 174197, Jan. 31, 1908. 
It gives me such rejoicing in my 
soul : [words by] A. J. Morris, 
[music by] M. L. McPhail. [6010 
M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173132, Jan. 30. 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 
It must be done ; [words by] James 
Howe, [music bv] A. M. Pace. 

[6011 
Pi. H. Cornelius. Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173950, Feb. 10, 1908. 



It's the dearest sweetest story; 
words and music by Chas. B. Price. 

[6013 
C. B. Price, Uniontown, Pa. C 
172344, Jan. 18, 1908. 

It was a lover and his lass; [words 
by] Shakespeare, music by A. Made- 
ley Richardson. (Choruses for equal 
voices no. 1120). 8vo. [6014 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 
England. C 172069, Jan. 14, 1908; 
2 c. Jan. 27, 1908. 

Ivanhoe; intermezzo, by Van Alstyne 

and Butler, pf. [6015 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 173729, Feb. 8, 1908. 

Jag forbidade Herren ; musik af A. L. 
Skoog. [6016 

A. L. Skoog, Minneapolis, Minn. 
C 172832, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Jean ; words and music by T. J. Wat- 
son. [6017 
T. J. Watson, Hazleton, Pa. C 
174034, Feb. 11, 1908. 

Jeg er en gjest og fremmed ; [song 

by] L. Oscar Anderson. [6018 

Anderson & Hilland, Minneapolis, 

Minn. C 172422, Jan. 17, 1908 ; 2 c. 

Jan. 20, 1908. 

Jehovah ; introduction to sacred can- 
tata, by J. W. Lerman [for organ]. 
Svo. [6019 

Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 171357, Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 5, 
1908. 

Jentsch (Max) Trois mazurkas; 

piano solo, op. 22. no. 1, E majeur ; 

no. 2, Cis mineur ; no. 3, As majeur. 

[6020-6022 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 

C 173370-173372, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Jerusalem; [song by] O. M. Anderson, 

arr. of L. O. A. [6023 

Anderson & Hilland, Minneapolis, 

Minn. C 172419, Jan. 17, 1908 ; 2 c. 

Jan. 20, 1908. 

Jerusalem, my happy home ; [words 

by] Anon., [music by] A. J. Showal- 

ter. [6024 

A. J. Showalter, Dalton, Ga. C 

172204, Jan. 15, 1908. 



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Jerusalem the golden : anthem . . . 
composed by Louise Z. Dugdale. 
(Church series, uo. 27.) 8vo. [6025 
James Broadbent & son, ltd., 
Leeds. England. C 171658, Jan. 7, 
1908. 

Jestt consolator : anthem, words by 
Rev. E. S. Best, music by Win. W. 
Chute. [6026 

E. S. Best. Maiden, Mass. C 
174473. Feb. 15. 1908: 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1908. 

Jesu. the very thought of Thee ; so- 
prano or tenor solo and chorus, 
words bv Rev. E. Caswell, music by 
C. H. H. Booth. Svo. [6027 

Robin Ellis. New York, N. Y. C 
174589, Feb. 17, 1908. 

Jesus rids you come; [song by] Will 
L. Thompson. " [6028 

W. L. Thompson. East Liverpool, 
Ohio. C 173175, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Jesus can cleanse from all sin ; 
[words bv] Miriam E. Oatman. [mu- 
sic by] W. H. Farr. [6029 
H. M. Eagle and W. H. Farr, 
Burkes Garden, Va., and Lynch. Ala. 
C 172183, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Jesus can save : [words by] W. C. 
Martin, [music bv] C. H. Bottoms. 

[6030 
A. J. Showalter co., Dalton, Ga. 
C 172220, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Jesus gives the best, [song.] [6031 

Daniel Sloan, Zion City, 111. C 

173110, Jan. 30. 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

Jesus is coming again : [words by] 
Mrs. C. H. Morris. [6032 

Ch. H. Gabriel. Chicago, 111. C 
174274, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Jesus is dwelling within : [words 
and music by] Frank B. Smith. 

[6033 

F. B. Smith. Norman, Okla. C 
174009, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Jesus is victor to-day ; [words by] 

Ada Blenkhorn. [music by] Ira B. 

Wilson. [6034 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

173922, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Jesus, lover of my soul ; hymn-an- 
them for chorus of mixed voic.es, 
with soprano solo and organ ace. 
[by] W. W. Gilchrist. (G. Schir- 
mer's coll. of octavo church music 
no. 4990). [6035 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172524, Jan. 21, 1908. 



Jesus, lover of my soul — Continued. 
sacred song, words by Chas. 

Kinesley, music by James Philp. 

No. 2 in E flat. [6036 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 

Mass. C 172318, Jan. 17, 1908. 

music by Arthur C. Brookes. 



No. 1 in D. London, Novello and co.. 
limited. [6037 

J. H. Adams, Sutton, England. C 
172854, Jan. 27. 1908. 

Jesus reigns ; words and music by 
Robert L. Fletcher. [6038 

R. L. Fletcher. Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172431, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Jesus said, I am the resurrection : 
[anthem] by T. Edwin Solly. 8vo. 

[6039 
Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 173809, Feb. 8, 1908 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1908. 

Jesus saves : [words by] Johnson Oat- 
man, jr.. [music by] Arel Bertrand. 

[6040 
R. H. Cornelius. Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173971. Feb. 10, 1908. 

Jesus will carry me through ; 

[words by] Mrs. S. R. Delmarter, 

[music by] J. E. Delmarter. [6041 

Charles M. Alexander. Chicago, 111. 

C 172133, Jan. 2. 1908. 

Jeu d'ote musical: par S. de Margue- 

ron. [musical game]. [6042 

Emile Leduc. P. Bertrand & cie., 

Paris. France. C 171889, Jan. 11, 

1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1908. 

Jewels for the Master; [words by] 

James Rowe. [music by] Wm. W. 

English. [6043 

A. J. Showalter co., Dalton, Ga. 

C 172226, Jan. 15, 1908. 

John G. Gilfillan march ; by Marion 

' B. Riffo. pf. [6044 

M. B. Riffo, Philadelphia, Pa. C 

173491, Feb. 1, 1908: 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1908. 

Jolly (The) bachelor; words by H. 
A. McDaniel, music by H. A. Russell. 

[6045 
H. A. McDaniel, Amlin. Ohio. C 
17383S. Feb. 10. 1908. 

Jolly little Dolly ; words by Chas. 
M. Stewart, music by Evelyn Win- 
throp. [6046 

W. C. Parker. New York. N. Y. 
C 170100. Dec. 19. 1907: 2 c. Oct. 30, 
1907. 



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269 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 1008 



Journey (The) : [words byl W. Wil- 
fred Campbell, [music by] Horace 
Clark. [6047 

C. W. Thompson ft co., Boston, 
Mass. C 172026, Jan. 23, 190S. 

Joy cometh in the morning; trio for 

soprano, contralto, tenor, music by 

Carrie B. Adams. [6048 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

17359S, Feb. 5, 190S. 

[words by] Mrs. E. C. Henninges, 

[music by] E. C. Henninges. [6049 
M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173123, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1. 
1908. 

Joy is born at Easter-tide ; [words 

bv] Lizzie De Armond, [music by] 

Ira B. Wilson. [6050 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

173914, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Joy ! joy ! joy ! ; [music by] Charlotte 
G. Homer, [music by] C. H. Gabriel. 

[6051 
Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174236, Feb. J 2, 1908. 

Joy (The) of Easter; [words by] 

E. E. Hewitt, [music by] E. S. 

Lorenz. [6052 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

173906, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Joy (The) of Easter time; [words 

by] Lizzie De Armond, [music by] 

Ira B. Wilson. [6053 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

173917, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Joy ! Our Redeemer liveth ; [words 
by] Mrs. E. Dale, [music by] W. H. 
Doane. [6054 

W. Howard Doane, United States. 
In renewal for 14 years from Feb. 10, 
190S. C 172042, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Joy unspeakable; [words by] Hattie 
O. Henderson, [music by] M. L. 
McPhail. [6055 

M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173149, Jan. 30, 190S ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

Joyful sounds ; no. 1, raise caprice, 
by John A. Seidt. pf. [6056 

J. A. Seidt. Baltimore, Md. C 
172566, Jan. 22, 1908. 

Junior (The) guards; march, [by] 
Edna Allan Cogswell. 8vo. band. 

[6057 
J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172976, Jan. 28, 1908. 



Junior (The) prom ; composed by 
Claudia Barrett, pf. [6058 

C. Barrett, Champaign, 111. C 
173837, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Just a dream of my old Southern 
home; [song] by Donald J. Shook, 
arr. by Raymond Coates. [6059 

D. J. Shook, Jackson, Mich. C 
157416, July 20, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1908. 

I Just because he couldn't sing, Love 
me and the world is mine; two 
step, [by] Bert FitzGibbon, arr. by 
W. C. O'Hare. 8vo. orch. [6060 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 173415, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Just for you from above; lyrics by 
Louis Gates, music by Maurice Levi. 

[6061 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172412, Jan. 18, 1908. 

Just some one; [by] Will It. Ander- 
son, arr. by W. C. O'Hare. 8vo. 
female v. [6062 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172636, Jan. 23, 1908. 

Just to be with you, dear heart ; 
song [by] E. H. Bailey. 8vo. band. 

[6063 
Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 
C 174561, Feb. 17, 1908. 

i words by E. A. Melton, music by 

Eben H. Bailey. [6064 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 
C 172894, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Just when I need Him most; [words 

by] William C. Pool, [music by] 

C. H. Gabriel. [6065 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174286, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Just where I am ; [words by] Fred. P. 

Morris, [music by] Robert Hark- 

ness. [6066 

Chas. M. Alexander, Chicago, 111. 

C 174689, Feb. 19, 1908. 

Just where you are; [words by] 

Miriam E. Arnold, [music by] C. H. 

Gabriel. [6067 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174281, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Just wink your eye; [song] by 
Michael Carone. [6068 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. 
C 173406, Feb. 3. 1908. 

Kaiser (Alfred) Caprice en si bemol; 
pour piano. [6069 

Enoch & sons, London, England. 
C 172944. Jan. 28, 1908. 



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Kaisers (Des) leut; [ged. von] Ju- 
lius Gersdorff, komponiert von Max 
Meyer-Olbersleben. (Zwei manner- 
chore, no. 2.) 8vo. [6070 
Karl Hochstein, Heidelberg, Ger- 
many. C 172750, Jan. 25, 1908. 

Kappa Delta; march and two step, 

[by] Arnold B. Otto. pf. [6071 

A. B. Otto, Davenport, Iowa. C 
173839, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Kappey (J. A.) Terpsichoreana ; se- 
lection of national dances, arr. by 
Ellis Brooks, [for] military band. 
(Oliver Ditson co.'s . . . journal no. 
60). 4to. [6072 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 173250, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Kate; or, One little name that's im- 
pressed on my memory; written by 
Charles Ridgwell, composed by Fred 
Elton. [6073 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 173300, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Katydid ; morceau for piano, by G. D. 
Wilson, op. 107. (Country life no. 
3). [6074 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Feb. 2, 1908. C 172252, Jan. 
16, 1908. 

Keep a little sunshine; [words by] 
James Rowe, [music by] R. H. Cor- 
nelius. [6075 
R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173949, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Keep a- whistling ; written by Alfred 
Ellerton, composed by Alfred Eller- 
ton, jr. [6076 

Shapiro, Von Tilzer music co., ltd., 
London, England. C 172662, Jan. 24, 
1908. 

Keep marching on; [words by] J. S. 
Kimbrough, [music by] J. B. Ham- 
mond. [6077 
H. M. Eagle, Burkes Garden, Va. 
C 172181, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Keep me ever from forgetting ; words 
by Frank Norris, music by Ivan 
Shed Langstroth. [6078 

Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. C 172435, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Keep me white; [words by] Wm. C. 
Pool, [music by] O. A. Oliver. 

[6079 
Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174249, Feb. 12, 1908. 



Keep the circuit open; [words by] 

Johnson Oatman, jr., [music by] 

W. A. Stewart. [6080 

W. A. Stewart, Midlothian, Tex. 

C 174011, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Keep the joybells ringing; [words 

by] E. E. Hewitt, [music by] W. H. 

Doane. [6081 

W. H. Doane, United States. C 

172886, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Kenne gar viele damen ; tanzlied aus 
der operette, Der Mann mit den drei 
frau en musik von Franz Lehar. 
Gesang, text von Julius Bauer, und 
klavier. no. 15. [6082 

Ludwig Doblingen (Bernhard 
Herzmansky), Vienna, Austria. C 
171886, Jan. 11, 190S; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1908. 
Kilden ; [song by] L. Oscar Anderson. 

[6083 
Anderson & Hilland, Minneapolis, 
Minn. C 172423, Jan. 17, 1908; 2 
c. Jan. 20, 1908. 

Kindergarten marches and other 
music; compiled by M. S. Rogers. 

[6084 
Mabel S. Rogers, Rochester, N. Y. 
A 195452, Dec. 30, 1907. 

King Gorm the grim ; ballad for 
chorus of mixed voices and orches- 
tra, words after Theodor Fontane, 
by Marion Parker Whitney, music 
by Horatio Parker, op. 64. Vocal 
score. 8vo. [6085 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172323, Jan. 17, 1908. 

King (The) of glory; a service for 

Easter, by Chas. C. Ackley and 

J. W. Lerman. 12mo. [6086 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. A 199045, Feb. 12, 1908. 

King of the plains ; cowboy charac- 
teristic, by Otto Fessler. pf. [6087 
Jas. D. Shipman pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 172875, Jan. 18, 1908. 

King's (The) body guard; grand pro- 
cessional march, by L. Raymond, 
arr. by J. Ord Hume for military 
band. (Boosey & co.'s new supple- 
mental journal, no. 47.) [6088 
Boosev & co., London, England. C 
172516, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Kismet; song from Betta the gipsy, 
words by Edward Waltyere, music 
by Emilio Pizzi ; no. 1 in D flat, low ; 
no. 2 in F, high. [6089-6090 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London, England. C 172450, 
172451, Jan. 20, 1908. 



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Kismet waltz; [by] Pearl S. Silver- 
wood, arr. by John Itzel. Svo. orch. 

[6091 
The Musiclovers co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172667, Jan. 16, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 23, 190S. 

Kiss. Kiss, Kiss; duetto du baiser, 
paroles frangais de Victor de Cot- 
tens et Pierre Yeber, musique de 
Gertrude Hoffman. Le Prince de 
Pilsen. operette americaine en deux 
actes. [6092 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172610, Jan. 23, 1908. 

Klondike rag ; by Geo. Botsford. pf. 

[6093 
Wm. R. Haskins co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172632, Jan. 23, 1908. 

Kneisel (Franz) ed. Kneisel (The) 
collection for violin and piano; se- 
lections from the masters old and 
new, vol. 1. 4to. [6094 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171582, Jan. 6, 1908. 

vol. 2. 4to. [6095 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 172649, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Knocking at your heart ; [words by] 

J. Stuart Holden, [music by] Robert 

Harkness. [6096 

Charles M. Alexander, Chicago, 

111. C 174687, Feb. 19, 1908. 

Kramer (W.) Polonaise (Jubelfeier), 
op. 7; for piano, six hands, revised, 
phrased and fingered by Hans T. 
Seifert. [6097 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
173229, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Krogmann (C. W.) 10 five-note fan- 
cies; for piano solo, op. 78. no. 1, 
The First primrose; no. 2, The 
Merry shepherdess ; no. 3, Anemone 
waltz ; no. 4, Bandit march ; no. 5, 
Cradle song; no. 6, The Water 
wheel; no. 7, The Little regiment; 
no. 8, Gipsy dance; no. 9, Rondo- 
letto ; no. 10, Forest breeze. 

[6098-6107 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 

Mass. C 171766-171775, Jan. 9, 1908. 

Lacour (Henri) Romancetta ; pour 

piano. [6108 

Weekes & co., London, England. C 

172983, Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 30, 

1907. 

Lady bird waltz; by E. Mack [for 
piano]. [6109 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Jan. 12, 1908. C 171735, Jan. 
9, 1908. 



Lamb of God, my Saviour dear; 
[words by] C. P. Powley, [music by] 
M. L. McPhail. [6110 

M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173143, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

Lamentatio in— Ccena Domini; three 
lamentations for four male voices, 
arr. by J. H. Cornell, edited by G. 
Burton. Svo. [6111 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 173255, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Land (The) o' the Leal; words by 
Lady Nairne, music by George Hen- 
schel, low voice. [6112 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 173158, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Land (A) of silence; Song of sorrow, 
poem by Ernest Dowson, set to music 
by Roger Quilter. [6113 

Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 172257, Jan. 16, 1908. 

Land (The) of song; [words by] 
Johnson Oatman, jr., [music by] J. 
T. Mayo. [6114 

J. T. Mayo, Jackson, Ga. G 
172188, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Land of the unsetting sun; [words 
by] W. C. Martin, [music by] C. 
H. Gabriel. [6115 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174305, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Landon (Charles W.) Landon's first 
steps in harmony; an easy method. 
8vo. [6116 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 172339, Jan. 18, 1908. 

Lanky (The) Yankee boys in blue; 
words by Edward Madden, music by 
Theodore Morse. [6117 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., inc., New 
York, N. Y. C 173292, Feb. 1, 1908. 

Lass deine laute klingen (Now tune 
thy lute to sorrow) ; fur eine mit- 
tlere stimme mit pianobegleitung, von 
Kathe Koppehele, op. 13. English 
words by John Bernhoff. (Vier 
lieder ... no. 4.) [6118 

P. Pabst, Leipzig, Germany. C 
173348, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Lassie ; lyrics by Will F. GriJfin, music 
by Wilbur Hascall, high v. [6119 

Fraternity pub. co., Boston, Mass. 
C 173218, Jan. 31, 1908. 



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Last (The) smile (Le dernier sou- 
rire) ; [by] H. A. Wolleiihaupt, op. 
72, edited and fingered by M. Green- 
wald. pf. [6120 

Century music pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172688, Jan. 24, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 25, 1908. 

Late (A) lark twitters from the 
quiet skies ; chorus for men's voices 
& cappella, words by William Ernest 
Henley, [music by] William Y. 
Webbe. (G. Schirmer's collection . . . 
no. 5043). 8vo. [6121 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172535, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Laterne (Die) ; [ged. v.] Detler von 
Liliencron, fur bariton mit beglei- 
tung des pianoforte von Heinrich 
G. Noren, op. 25 no. 3. [6122 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 173353, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Laurendeau (L. P.) ed. Charts and 
scales, showing the compass and fin- 
gering of string and wind instru- 
ments. Tuba, bass, E flat, F, CC, 
BB flat, 3 and 4 valves. 4to. [6123 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
173245, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Laurentian march (Marche lauren- 
tienne) ; intro. the Canadian patri- 
otic song O Canada [by] L. P. Lau- 
rendeau. 8vo. orch. [6124 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
174831, Feb. 20, 1908. 

Lead kindly light ; sacred song, words 

by J. H. Newman, music by J. Lamont 

Galbraith. [6125 

Whaley, Royce & co., ltd., Toronto, 

Canada. C 174360, Feb. 10, 1908. 

song with violin obligato ad lib., 

words by J. H. Newman, music by 
Chas. Edward Cone, op. 13 °. [6126 
Lagatree pub. co., Detroit, Mich. 
C 173018, Jan. 15, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1908. 

Lead me all the way; [words by] 

Mrs. Bettie Power, [music by] J. W. 

Grammer. [6127 

A. J. Showalter, Dalton, Ga. C 

172216, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Lead Thou me on; [words by] Nelle 
H. Rhule, [music by] Ira B. Wilson. 

[6128 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173027, Jan. 29, 1908. 

Leave us nevermore; sacred song, 
high voice, [words by] W. W. How, 
[music by] W. L. Blumenschein, op. 
132. [6129 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 17354S, Feb. 4, 190S. 



Leaves of Autumn ; valse, by Chas. H. 

Eschmann. pf. [6130 

Popular music pub. co., Detroit, 

Mich. C 173692, Feb. 7, 1908; 2 c. 

Feb. 17, 1908. 

Lehar-marsch ; coniponiert von Ro- 
bert Stolz, op. 43, fur clavier zu zwei 
handen. [6131 

Ludwig Doblinger, (Bernhard 
Herzmansky, Vienna, Austria. C 
171870, Jan. 11, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1908. 

Lehmann (Liza) Epilogue. To 
Alice; quartet from Nonsense songs 
from Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis 
Carroll. [6132 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 173056, Jan. 30, 1908. 

Lerchenlieder ; [ged. von] Wilhelm 
Conrad Gomoll, fur eine singstimme 
mit klavier, komponiert von Hugo 
Kaun, op. 79. (Yier lieder, no. 3.) 

[6133 
C. A. Challier & co., Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 173329, Feb. 3, 190S. 

Lesson in love ; terzett, no. 13, [from] 
A Waltz dream, lyric by Joseph Her- 
bert, music by Oscar Straus, arr. by 
A. Carroll Ely. [6134 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172486, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Let Erin remember : words by Thomas 
Moore, air, The Red fox, arr. as a 
part song by T. R. G. Joze. (Irish 
part-songs . . . no. 14.) 8vo. [6135 
Vincent music co., ltd., London, 
England. C 171745, Jan. 8, 1908. 

Let me worship at your shrine ; key 

of B flat, [music by] Ernest R. Ball. 

Vocal orch. 964. Svo. [6136 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 172016, Jan. 13, 1908. 

words by Manuel Klein, music by 

Ernest R. Ball ; no. 1, in A flat ; no 2 
in F. [6137-613S 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172397, 172398, Jan. 18, 
1908. 

Let no anxious care disturb Thee: 
[words by] A. J. Morris, [music] 
arr. [by] M. L. McPhail. [6139 

M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173134, Jan. 30, 190S ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

Let's pretend; lyrics by Harry B. 
Smith, music by Maurice Levi. 

[6140 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172406, Jan. IS, 190S. 



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Let sorrow come : chorus for mixed 
voices a cappella, words by John L. 
Spalding, [music by] Frank van der 
Stucken. (G. Schirmer's collection 

I. . . no. 5094.) Svo. [6141 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172529, Jan. 21, 190S. 

I Let the King or glory in ; [words by] 
Margaret Sangster, [music by] 
George E. Bula. [6142 

Fannie Birdsall Bula, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. C 172877, Jan. 13, 1908; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1908. 

Let the song ring out; [words by] 

Maud Frazer, [music by] Will L. 

Thompson. [6143 

W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 

Ohio. C 173670. Feb. 7, 1908. 

Let the words of my mouth ; re- 
sponse, [music by] C. W. Greene. 
(Choir Journal no. 2185.) Svo. 

[6144 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston, 
Mass. C 172291, Jan. 16, 1908. 

Let thy merciful ears. O Lord ; [an- 
them] by Wm. Christopher O'Hare. 
(Octavo church music no. 294). 

' [6145 
Wm. Maxwell music co., New i 
York, N. Y. C 172092, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Let us all be happy ; [words by] Liz- 
zie De Armond, [music by] Ira B. 
Wilson. [6146 

Lorenz pub. co., Davton, Ohio. C 
173916, Feb. 10, 190S. 

Letzte (Die) rose; [ged. von] Wil- 
helm Idel, komponiert von Max 
Meyer-Olbersleben. (Zwei manner- 
chore, no. 1.) Svo. [6147 

Karl Hochstein, Heidelberg, Ger- I 
many. C 172749, Jan. 25, 1908. 

Leverty (Ellen M.) Leverty's kinder- 
garten system ; an easy rudimental 
introduction to the study of music 
in general. 4to. [614S 

E. M. Levertv, Bridgeport, Conn. 
A 196781, Jan. 15, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1908. 

Levy (Heniot) Piece romantique; 
for violin and piano. [6149 

Clayton F. Suinmv co., Chicago, 
111. C 172287, Jan. 16, 1908. 

Liapounow (Serge Michailovitch) I 
Rapsodie, sur des themes de L'Ou- 
krai'ne, op. 28; reduction pour deux 
pianos, en partition. [6150 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig, 
Germanv. C 172367, Jan. 18, 1908; 
2 c. Jan. 17, 190S. 



Liebchen komm ; walzerlied aus der 
operette, Der Mann mit den drei 
frauen, text von Julius Bauer, musik 
von Franz LehCir. Gesang und 
klavier, no. 8. [6151 

Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard 
Herzmansky) Vienna, Austria. C 
171881, Jan. 11, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22. 
1908. 

Life is love and laughter, come join 

IN THE WALTZ J SOUg with ChOFUS, 

[from] A Waltz dream, lyric by 
Joseph Herbert, music by Oscar 
Straus, arr. by A. Carroll Ely. 

[6152 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
N. Y. C 172490, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Life (A) of service; [words by] C. F. 
Kittredge, [music by] C. H. Gabriel. 

[6153 
Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174251, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Life was a maid; words by Harold 
Simpson, music by Gustave Ferrari, 
(Three little poems, no. 3). [6154 
Lublin & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 174027, Feb. 11, 1908. 

Life's dream ; song, words by Ruth 
Rutherford, music by Esting Way- 
land. In C. [6155 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 
England. C. 172123, Jan. 15, 1908. 

——song [no. 1] in D; song [no. 

2] in E flat. [6156-6157 

Joseph Williams, ltd., London, 
England. C 171846, 171847, Jan. 11, 
1908. 

Life's lessons ; words by Fred. G. 
Bowles, music by W. McConnell 
Wood; no. 1, in D; no. 2, in E flat. 
[6158-6159 
Warren & Phillips, London, Eng- 
land. C 173270, 173271, Feb. 1, 
1908. 

Life's springtime ; [by] C. B. Hawley, 
low voice. [6160 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 172722, Jan. 25, 1908. 

Life's stormy sea; [words by] J. S. 
Kimbrough, [music by] C. D. Goode. 

[6161 
R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173977, Feb. 10, 190S. 

Lift high the Lord's banner ; [words 

bv] Ada Blenkhorn, [music bv] C. 

H. Gabriel. [6162 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174243, Feb. 12, 1908. 



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Lift thy heart; sacred song with 
organ ace. ad lib., words by Fred 
G. Bowles, music by Frances Allit- 
sen. [6163 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 173512, Feb. 4, 1908. 

Lift up your heads, O ye gates; an- 
them, music by Carrie B. Adams. 

[6164 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173600, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Light (The) behind the cloud; 
[song by] Wm. Grant Brooks. [6165 
C. V. Strickland & son, Hunting- 
ton, Ind. C 172678, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Light (The) is on its way; [song 

by] Fannie Birdsall Bula. [6166 

George E. Bula, Indianapolis, Ind. 

C 172876, Jan. 13, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 

1908. 

Light of life; an Easter service, by 

Grant Colfax Tullar, W. A. Post and 

others. 12mo. [6167 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 

N. Y. A 199044, Feb. 12, 190S. 

(Lux Christi) ; a short oratorio 

for soli, chorus and orchestra, words 
written and arr. by E. Capel-Cure, 
music composed by Edward Elgar, 
op. 29. Full score. [6168 

Novel lo & co.,. ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 173000, Jan. 29, 1908. 

Light (The) of the world; [words 

by] Johnson Oatman, jr., [music by] 

C. H. Gabriel. [6169 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174292, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Like to a rose-bud blooming (Wie 
eine rosenknospe) ; from Die Lustige 
wittwe (Merry widow), German and 
English lyrics by Victor Leon and 
Leo Stein, music by Franz Lehar, 
trans, by Geo. Boniface. (Vocal 
gems vol. 1.) [6170 

Academic music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172300, Jan. 16, 1908. 

Lily bells; [by] Carl Wilhelm Kern, 
op. 21. pf. [6171 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172476, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Lily of the valley ; march, [by] 

Marie Cecile, op. 7. pf. [6172 

Sisters of the Humility of Mary, 

Villa Maria, Pa. C 174022, Feb. 10, 

1908. 

[words by] Lizzie De Armond, 

[music by] Ira B. Wilson. [6173 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173918, Feb. 10, 1908. 



Lindpaintner (Peter Joseph von) 
Overture from ballet Joko; arr. by 
T. H. Rollinson [for] military band. 
(Oliver Ditson co.'s . . . Journal 
no. 61). 4to. [6174 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 173249, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Lison l'enj6leuse; valse pour piano 
par Alfred Margis. [6175 

Almar, Paris, France. C 172859, 
Jan. 27, 190S. 

Little alpine tiece (Kleines alpen- 

stiick) ; piano piece by H. Engel- 

nianu. [6176 

Oliver Ditson co.. Boston, Mass. 

C 171928, Jan. 11, 1908. 

Little (A) bit of cheese: trio, [from] 
Miss Hook of Holland, words and 
music by Paul A. Rubens. [6177 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172664, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Little Buster Brown ; schottische, by 
Val. J. Bonk. pf. [6178 

Columbia pub. co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
C 170129, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Little Dutch colleen; medley over 

ture. arr. by James M. Fulton. Svo. 

band. [6179 

Rudolph Wurlitzer co., Cincimiati, 

Ohio. C 173643, Feb. 6, 1908. 

Little hero march; [by] Alfred 
Wooler. pf. [6180 

H. B. Stevens music co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 173280, Feb. 1, 1908. 

Little (The) masqueraders : gavotte, 
pianoforte piece by E. R. Kroeger. 

[6181 
Theo. Presser. Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172961, Jan. 28, 190S. 

Little (A) old fashioned, that's all; 
[song] by Chas. E. Baer. [6182 

Welch & Wilsky, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 173114. Jan. 30. 1908. 

Little (The) shadowed cottage; 

words and music by Arthur M. 

Creamer. [6183 

A. M. Creamer. United States. C 

173393, Feb. 3. 190S. 

Little (The) South breezes; [words 

bv] Lizzie De Armond, [music by] 

C. H. Gabriel. [61S4 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174231, Feb. 12. 190S. 

Little wild Rose; words and music 

by Page Edwards. [6185 

Scoles music co.. Bobbins, Tenn. 
C 174359, Feb. 12, 190S 



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275 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



Live closer to your Lord : [words by] 
James Rowe, [music by] R. H. Cor- 
nelius. [61S6 
R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173952, Feb. 10, 190S. 

Living for Jesus : [words by] Nellie 
A. Hanna, [music by] C. H. Gabriel. 

[6187 
Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174240, Feb. 12, 1908. 

L'kowid Shaeos; words by A. Mesco, 
music by J. Davidoff, arr. by J. M. 
Rumshisky. [6188 

S. Goldberg. New York, N. Y. C 
172716, Jan. 25, 1908. 

Logos (The) The word is flesh be- 
come ; a Christmas cantata for so- 
prano, tenor and baritone soli, 
chorus and organ, words from the 
Incarnation, by F. R. Bateman, mu- 
sic bv David Stanley Smith, op. 21. 
8vo. [6189 

H. W. Gray co., New York, N. Y. 
C 172536, Jan. 21, 190S. 

Lollypops ; a musical confection, by 
J. B. Mullen, pf. [6190 

J. B. Mullen, New York, N. Y. C 
172475, Jan. 20, 190S ; 1 c. Jan. 20. 
1908 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1908. 
London bridge is falling down ; waltz 
arr. by Adolph Becht, for piano. 

[6191 
Brehm bros., Erie, Pa. C 172902, 
Jan. 27, 1908. 
Longing for Dixie ; words by Florence 
Williams Brantley, music by Chas. 
L. Johnson. [6192 

F. W. Brantley, East Aurora. N. 
Y. C 134973, Nov. 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 12, 1907. 
Longing for home (Rosleins heim- 
weh) ; [by] Carl Heins, op. 166, 
edited by L. E. Orth, piano. [6193 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171715, Jan. 8, 1908. 

[words by] Miriam E. Oatman, 

[music by] J. F. Queen. [6194 

R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173962, Feb. 10, 1908. 
Look unto Jesus; [words by] C. H. 
Gabriel, [music by] H. A. Henry. 

[6195 
Ch. H. Gabriel. Chicago, 111. C 
174253, Feb. 12, 190S. 
Look up, O watchman ! [words by] 
Grace J. Frances, [music by] Hu- 
bert P. Main. [6196 
H. P. Main, Newark, N. J. In 
renewal for 14 years from Mar. 19, 
1908. C 172037, Jan. 14, 1908. 

33036—08 4 



Loop the loop ; march, by William W. 
Francisco, pf. [6197 

W. W. Francisco, Richmond, Va. 
C 174371, Feb. 13, 1908. 

Lord, is it I? [words by] J. R. Clem- 
ents, [music by] Robert Harkness. 

[6198 
Charles M. Alexander, Chicago, 111. 
C 174683, Feb. 19, 1908. 

Lord (The) is King; Easter anthem, 
mixed voices, words by Charles 
Wesley, [music by] C. Whitney 
Coombs. (Sacred octavo series . . . 
no. 826). [6199 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 173428, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Lord (The) is my light; anthem for 
baritone solo, chorus of men's voices 
and organ, [music by] Sumner Sal- 
ter. (G. Schirmer's coll. of octavo 
church music no. 5039.) [6200 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172526, Jan. 21, 1908. 

anthem for chorus of mixed 

voices, with bass solo and organ 
ace, by James H. Rogers. (G. 
Schirmer's coll. of octavo church 
music no. 4953.) [6201 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172531, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Lord (The) is my rock; [words] 
Psalm 18, [music by] James Mc- 
Granahan. [6202 

Mrs. Addie McGranahan, Kins- 
man, Ohio. C 173248, Jan 31, 1908; 
2 c. Feb. 8, 1908. 

Lord (The) is my shepherd; anthem 
for chorus of mixed voices, with 
soprano and tenor soli and organ 
ace, by James H. Rogers. (G. 
Schirmer's coll. of octavo church 
music no. 4952.) [6203 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172530, Jan. 21, 1908. 

mixed voices [music by] J. W. 

Bischoff. (Sacred octavo series . . . 

no. 810.) [6204 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 

C 173434, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Lord, let me come to Thee ; [words 

by] Ha trie O. Henderson, [music 

by] M. L. McPhail. [6205 

M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 

173146, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 

1908. 

Lord of the sea; [words by] W. C. 

Martin, [music by] A. J. Showalter. 

[6206 
A. J. Showalter, Dalton, Ga. C 
172206, Jan. 15, 1908. 



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LOKDLY GALLANTS j SODg, WOl'dS by 

George Wither, music by John Poin- 
ter, op. 14 no. 3. 4to. [6207 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 173198, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Lorenzo (Leonardo de) Notturno; per 
flauto con accoinpagnainento di 
piano, op. 6. [6208 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 172366, Jan. 18, 1908; 
2 c. Jan. 17, 1908. 

Loretta; caprice, piano composition 
by H. Engelmann. [6209 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171916, Jan. 11, 1908. 

Lorsque; melodies, piano et chant. 
[no. 2] paroles de Mary Forestier, 
musique de Cleon Triandaphl. voix 
moyenne. [6210 

Poulalion, Paris, France. C 
172840, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Lost at the ball; [song] by Ben P. 

Smith. [6211 

B. P. Smith, United States. C 
173459, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Lotus San ; words by Ed. Madden, 

music by Dolly Jardon. [6212 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 172572, Jan. 22, 1908 ; 

2 c. Jan. 24, 1908. 

Love cannot be bought ; song, [from] 
A Waltz dream, lyric by Joseph Her- 
bert, music by Oscar Straus, arr. by 
A. Carroll Ely. [6213 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172491, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Love (The) flame; words by A. C. 
Brude, music by Julius K. Johnson. 

[6214 
J. K. Johnson, United States. C 
173394, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Love hath but an hour ; song for 
high voice with piano ace, words by i 
Henry Gordon Spencer, [music by] 
Lorena Beresford. [6215 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
173534, Feb. 4, 1908. 

Love is a delightful bird; words by j 
Ray Douglas, music by R. Orlando 
Morgan. [6216 

Stainer & Bell, ltd., London, Eng- | 
land. C 172818, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Love, it is night; song by Percy Fen- 
ton Hunt. [6217 
Percy F. Hunt, Boston, Mass. C 
172107, Jan. 15, 1908. 



Love like a flower grows; by Harry 
Richmond Wellman. song. [6218 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172394, Jan. 18, 1908. 

Love me just a little; words and 
music by F. Meakim. [6219 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 173423, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Love (The) you gave to me; words 
and music by R. M. Stults. [6220 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172612, Jan. 23, 1908. 

Lovely women ; march and two-step 
[from] The Merry widow, by Franz 
Lehar, arr. by M. Green wald [for 
piano]. (The Merry widow dance 
folio). [6221 

Will Wood, New York, N. Y. C 
172620, Jan. 23, 1908. 

Love's day; words from the Atlanta 

Constitution, [music by] Horace P. 

Dibble. [6222 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 

C 172964, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Love's emblem ; the red, white and 

blue, words by J. Hayden-Clarendon, 

music by Edward Montagu. [6223 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 

England. C 173050, Jan. 30, 1908. 

Love's gospel band; the band song, 
[words by] J. D. B., [music by] E. 
Thurland Hoyt, arr. by James D. 
Barnitz. [6224 

J. D. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172895, Jan. 27, 190S. 

Love's shadows; song, words by Stan- 
ton Hill, music by Charles P. Scott. 
Medium voice in F. [6225 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 172916, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Love's star; vocal waltz, words by G. 
Hubi-Newcombe, music by H. Lane 
Wilson. [6226 

Reeder & Walsh, London, England. 
C 173878, Feb. 10, 1908 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1908. 

Luard-Selby (B.) variations on the 
chorale, Jesus ist mein aufenthalt; 
(Original compositions for the or- 
gan, no. 380). obi. 8vo. [6227 
Novello & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172512, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Lucioles (Les) ; par Henri Duchatel 
pour piano. [6228 

Enoch & sons, London, England. 
C 172945, Jan. 28, 1908. 



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277 



nos. 10-13, Mar.. 1908 



Luge: [ged. von] Bertha Schonknecht, 
fur eine singstimme mit klavier- 
begleitung, von Fritz Fleck, old. 9. 
(GesHnge no. 3). [6229 

C. A. Challier & co., Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 173333, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Lulu's proposal; a leap year song, 
words and music by G. A. Ritzier. 

[6230 
G. A. Ritzier, Kenton, Ohio. C 
174517, Jan. 29, 1908. 

Lusitania Lucy; written and com- 
posed by Gilbert Wells, Harry Leigh- 
ton and John A. Glover-Kind. [6231 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 173322, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Lustige (Die) wittwe (The Merry 
widow) ; melodies by Franz Lehar, 
instrumental selections, arr. by 
Frank Holliday for piano or organ. 
(Academic edition). 4to. [6232 

Academic music co., New York, 
N. Y. A 196614, Jan. 13, 1908. 



1, Potpourri; 2, march; 3, 

waltz. [6233-6235 

Academic music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 171982-171984, Jan. 13, 
1908. 

waltz intermezzo from Franz Le- 

Mr's operetta, arr. by Henry 
Wormsbacher. 1, Two mandolins 
and guitar ; 2, Two zithers. 4to. 

[6236-6237 
Theodore Lohr, New York, N. Y. 
C 171985, 171986, Jan. 13, 1908. 

Walzerlied nach den melodien von 

Franz Lehar, arrangirt von Theo- 
dore Morse. [6238 
Morgen journal ass'n, New York, 
N. Y. C 174661, Feb. 11, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 27, 1908. 

Lyrisches gedicht; fur violine und 

klavier, von Tor Aulin, op. 21. [6239 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig, 

Germany. C 172737, Jan. 25, 1908; 

2 c. Jan. 24, 1908. 

Ma Belle: waltzes, by Egbert Van 

Alstyne, pf. [6240 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 173728, Feb. 8, 1908. 

Ma petite Bretonne ; chansonette, pa- 
roles de F. L. Benech, musique de D. 
Berniaux. [6241 

Mayol. Paris, France. C 171665, 
Jan. 7. 1908. 



Macedonian (The) cry: [words by] 

R. F. McBroom. [music by] J. W. 

I Jennis. [6242 

J. W. Dennis. Dehli, Okla. C 

1739S3, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Magdalene ; words by Louis E. Gerber, 

music by Chas. L. Johnson. [6243 

L. E. Gerber, Kansas City, Mo. C 

171642, Jan. 7, 1908 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1908. 

Magnolia (The) of Tennessee; song 
and chorus, words and music by 
Walter Bray. [6244 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. In renewal for 14 years 
from Feb. 23, 1908. C 172247, Jan. 
16, 1908. 

Make His praise most glorious ; 
[words & music by] T. C. Neal. 

[6245 
C. V. Strickland & son, Hunting- 
ton, Ind. C 172672, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Make the world better; [words by] 

Annie Lewis Pinfold, [music by] C. 

H. Gabriel. [6246 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174291, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Malcolm Scott's geography; written 
and composed by George Arthurs. 

[6247 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 174053, Feb. 11, 1908. 

Mammy's Chile; dialect song, [words 
by] Pauline Edward Johnson, [mu- 
sic by] Henry Irving Fisher. [6248 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 171782, Jan. 10, 1908. 

Man (The) in the moon never tells 
tales; words by Frank Cohan, mu- 
sic by H. Howard Cheney, arr. by 
P. B. Metcalf. [6249 

P. B. Metcalf, Boston, Mass. C 
173411, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Man (The) in Washington; words 

by S. W. Fur st, music by Harry A. 

Russell. [6250 

S. W. Furst, Williamsport, Pa. C 

173044, Jan. 30, 1908. 

Man of sorrows ; [song by] T. C. NeaL 

[6251 
C. V. Strickland & son, Hunting- 
ton, Ind. C 172674, Jan. 3, 1908. 

Mandolin serenade ; zitherstandchen, 
[by] C. Bohm, edited and fingered by 
M. Green wald. pf. [6252 

Century music pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172683, Jan. 24, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 25, 1908. 



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Mann (Der) mit den drei frauen; 
operette von Julius Bauer, inusik 
von Franz Lehar. Klavierauszug zu 
zwei handen. 1, Potpourri nr. 1, 
mit unterlegtem text; 2, Potpourri 
nr. 2, mit unterlegtem text. 

[6253, 6254 

Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard 

Herzmansky), Vienna, Austria. C 

171146, 171147, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c 

each Jan. 22, 1908. 

Mansion (The) of waiting ; composed 
by Robt. J. Raker, song. [6255 

R. J. Raker, United States. C 
134942, Nov. 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 
1907. 

Many mansions; [words by] Edith 

Sanford Tillotson, [music by] C. H. 

Gabriel. [6256 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174282, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Manzanillo ; from Jacinta, by A. G. 

Robyn, arr. by Alfred Roth. 8vo. 

orch. [6257 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

173221, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Marcelle. Opening § chorus, act 2, 
scene 1 ; lyrics by Frank Pixley, mu- 
sic by Gustav Luders. [6258 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. 
Y. C 172022, Jan, 13, 1908. 

March of the hussars (Husaren- 
marsch) ; for piano six hands, re- 
vised fingered and phrased by Hans 
T. Seifert. [6259 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
173232, Jan. 31, 1908. 

Marching orders ; [words by] Eleanor 
W. Long, [music by] C. H. Gabriel. 

[6260 
Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174262, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Mariana; caprice [by] Al Hays. 8vo. 
orch. [6261 

Fillmore Bros. co.. Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 171013, Dec. 30, 1907. 

Marie; song, words by Stanton Hill, 
music by Charles P. Scott. [6262 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 172917, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Mariee de village; fete paysanne 
pour piano a 4 mains, par Albert 
Landry, op. 216. [6263 

Emile Leduc, P. Bertrand & cie., 
Paris, France. C 173760, Feb. 8, 
1908. 



Marjorie; words by H. W. Seaford, 
music by F. W. Stimson, in E flat. 

[6264 
Seaford music co., Portland, Me. 
C 173769, Feb. 8, 1908. 

Martial echoes ; march and two step, 
[by] Al Bergheim. 8vo. orch. 

[6265 
Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 
C 173934, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Mary and her lamb ; lyrics by Frank 
Pixley, music by Gustav Luders. 

[6266 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172407, Jan. 18, 1908. 

Mary Ann ! Won't you let me be your 
best young man ; written and com- 
posed by Tom Mellor, Alf. J. Law- 
rance and Harry Gifford. [6267 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 173321, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Mary Blaine; words by Edgar T. 
Farran, music by J. Fred. Helf. 

[6268 
Helf & Hager co., New York, N. Y. 
C 172434, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Mary had a little lamb; polka arr. 
by Adolph Becht, for piano. [6269 

Brehm bros., Erie, Pa. C 172903, 
Jan. 27, 1908. 

Mary kill your little lamb and get 
a man; words by Louis E. Gerber, 
music by Chas. L. Johnson. [6270 

L. E. Gerber, Kansas City, Mo. 
C 171643, Jan. 4, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 3, 

1908. 

Mary Malone ; words and music by 
N. S. Carter. [6271 

N. S. Carter, United States. C 
173390, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Mascagni (Pietro) Intermezzo from 
Cavalleria rusticana; arr. by Harry 
Prendiville [for orchestra]. 8vo. 

[6272 
Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
171707, Jan. 8, 1908. 

Mascot waltz ; [by] R. J. Preston, 
mand. [6273 

R. J. Preston, Fitchburg, Mass. C 
174107, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Masquerade; diabolo dance, by F. G. 
Byford, piano solo. [6274 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 172362, Jan. 18, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1908. 



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nos. 10-13. Mar., 190S 



Master, speak, on, sfeak to me; 
[words by] Frances Havergal, 
[music by] Fannie Birdsall Bula. 

[6275 
I\ B. Bula, Indianapolis, hid. C 
172880, Jan. L3, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1908. 

Matadoba: marche Hispano-Mont- 
martroise [by] Sarrablo, [for small 
orchestra with] piano conducteur. 
Svo. [6276 

M. Sarrablo, Paris. France. C 
171667, Jan. 7, 190S. 

Meanest (The) man in town; words 
by Alfred Bryan, music by Fred 
Fischer. [6277 

F. Fischer music pub. co., New 
York. X. Y. C 168909, Dec. 9, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 19, 1908. 

Meet Him ovee there: [words by] 

Nellie A. Hanna, [music by] De Loss 

Smith. [6278 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174270, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Meet me at the depot, meet me at 
the train ; words by Arthur Gilles- 
pie, music by Bernard Adler. [6279 
Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. C 
170147, Dec. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1908. 

Meet me at the masquerade ; lyric by 

Harry B. Smith, music by Paul 

Lincke. [6280 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, 

N. Y. C 172515, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Meet me with spangles and bells 

on ; [by] Martin G. Brown, arr. by 

W. C. O'Hare. Svo. orch. [6281 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 173417, Feb. 3, 1908. 

MEIN GANZES LEBEN 1ST NUN DEIN FUR 

immer (Adoration) ; [ged. von] Karl 
Stieler, English translation by Paul 
Bliss, [musik von] Alexander von 
Fielitz, op. 86. (Four songs, no. 4). 

[6282 
John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 173716, Dec. 2, 1907. 

Mein schatzelein ; ged. von Jos. Hug- 
genberger, mannerchor von Frank 
Valentin. (Neue mannerchore & ca- 
pella). [6283 

Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magde- 
burg, Germany. C 172350, Jan. 18, 
1908; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1908. 

Melodies of love; waltz [by] John 
Itzel. Svo. orch. [6284 

Music lovers co., New York, N. Y. 
C 174477, Feb. 15, 1908. 



Memories; [for piano by] Arthur 
Lieber. (Novelette in three chap- 
ters, chapter 3). [6285 
Shattinger piano & music co., St. 
Louis, Mo. C 172236, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Mendelssohn (Ludwig) Schiiler-Kon- 
zert in D dur ; fur violoncello (od 
violine) mit begleitung des piano- 
forte, op. 213. no. 1, fur violine ; no. 
2, fur violoncello. [6286, 6287 

Otto Junne, Leipzig, Germany. C 
171887, 171888, Jan. 11, 1908; 2 c. 
each Jan. 10, 1908. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (J. L. F.) 
Cheerful (The) wanderer; chorus 
for men's voices, a capella, edited 
by John Hyatt Brewer. (G. Schirm- 
er's collection ... no. 5120). [6288 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172913, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Menschenlos ; [ged. v.] A. Bitter, fur 
bariton mit begleitung des piano- 
forte, von Heinrich G. Noren, op. 25, 
no. 2. [6289 

Rob. Forberg, Liepzig, Germany. 
C 173352, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Menuet a Ninon ; [pour piano par] 
Ricardo Castro, op. 32. [6290 

Friedrich Hofmeister, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 172743, Jan. 25, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 24, 1908. 

Mercedes march ; on motives from 
overture Mercedes, by L. A. Dessane, 
[arr. by] T. H. Rollinson. 8vo. 
military band. [6291 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 173547, Feb. 4, 1908. 

Meredith (Margaret) 91st Psalm. 
He that dwelleth in the sacred place 
of the most High; set to music as 
an anthem or cantata, for four solo 
voices and chorus. 8vo. [6292 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 
172519, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Merry cricket; gavotte, [by] Albert 

Franz, pf. [629a 

H. B. Stevens music co., New 

York, N. Y. C 173282, Feb. 1, 1908. 

Merry (A) dance; short . . . piano 
piece by E. Kuhlstrom. (Scenes of 
youth no. 15). [6294 

Augener, limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 173007, Jan. 29, 1908. 
Merry (The) sailor boy; part-song 
for men's voices, introducing the 
hornpipe, [by] Alonzo Stone. 8vo. 

[6295 
White- Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. Mass. C 172497, Jan. 20, 1908. 



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Mebry (The) widow; ballsirenen, 

waltz [by] Franz LeMr, an*, by R. 

E. Hildretb. 8vo. orcb. [6296 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. O 

172293, Jan. 16, 1908. 



Pt 



[6297 



Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
173454, Feb. 3, 1908. 

— (Die lustige wittwe) ; by Franz 
Lehar, dance folio, arr. by M. Green- 
wald [for piano]. 4to. [6298 

Will Wood, New York, N. Y. A 
197410, Jan. 23, 1908. 

Finale, German and Englisb 



lyrics by Victor Leon & Leo Stein, 
music by Franz Lebar, translations 
by Geo. Boniface. (Vocal gems, vol. 
2). [6299 

Academic music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172308, Jan. 16, 1908. 

— march, adapted from tbe opera 
[by] Franz Lebar, arr. by Walter 
A. Phillips, pf. [6300 

Hamilton S. Gordon, New York, 
N. Y. C 174640, Feb. 18, 1908. 

— march and two step, selected and 
arr. by George Rosey. 8vo. orch. 

[6301 
G. M. Rosenberg, New York, N. Y. 
C 173431, Feb. 3, 1908. 

- — music by Franz Lehar, arr. for 
piano by H. M. Higgs. Instru- 
mental gems. [6302 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 173011, Jan. 29, 1908. 

— valse on melodies by Franz 
LeMr, arr. by Louis Tocaben [for 
mandolin orchestra]. 4to. [6303 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171976, Jan. 13, 1908. 



arr. for piano by Victor La 

Salle. [6304 

McKinley music co., Chicago, 111. 
C 172768, Jan. 25, 1908. 

arr. by L. W. [for piano]. 

(The World magazine.) [6305 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172665, Jan. 24, 1908. 

waltzes, by Franz Lehar, arr. by 

Rudolf Thaler, pf. [6306 

Eclipse music pub. co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 173518, Jan. 23, 1908 ; 2 
c. Jan. 16, 1908. 

Merry (The) widow waltz; [by] 
Franz Lehar, arr. by Walter A. Phil- 
lips, pf. [6307 
Hamilton S. Gordon, East Orange, 
N. J. C 173438, Feb. 3, 1908. 



Merry (The) widow waltz — Cont'd. 
(Die Lustige wittwe) ; [by] Franz 

Lehar, arr. by Mackie-Beyer. 1, 8vo. 

orch., 2, 8vo. band. [6308-6309 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 

174351, 174352, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Merry (The) widow waltz song; 
from melodies by Franz LeMr, arr. 
by Theodore Morse. [6310 

New York evening journal pub. 
co., New York, N. Y. C 172887, Jan. 
27, 1908. 

! Merry (The) widower; by John L. 

Golden, song. [6311 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 172437, Jan. 20, 1908 ; 

2 c. Jan. 21, 1908. 

Merry (The) workers; a vocal polka, 

with words, action, and music by 

Tom Pierce Cowling. 4to. [6312 

Joseph Williams, ltd., London, Eng. 

C 174631, Feb. 18, 1908. 

Messe (Eine) des lebens (A mass of 
life) ; worte aus also sprach Zara- 
thustra, von Fr. Nietzsche von Otto 
Singer, English translation by John 
Bernhoff, musik von Frederick De- 
lius. Klavierauszug mit text. 

[6313 
Verlag Harmonie, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 172731, Jan. 25, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 24, 1908. 

Mexican kisses; habanera [by] 
Charles J. Roberts. 8vo. orch. 

[6314 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
174825, Feb. 20, 1908. 

Mid palms and roses; intermezzo- 
gavotte, piano composition by H. 
Engelmann. [6315 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
171914, Jan. 11, 1908. 

Middy (The) ashore; song, words by 

Clement Scott, music by Cecil Grant. 

no. 2 in F. [6316 

Enoch & sons, London, England. 

C 171843, Jan. 11, 1908. 

Midnight moonbeams; serenade, [by] 

J. J. Bartholme, arr. by H. C. Miller. 

8vo. band. [6317 

H. C. Miller, Parkesburg, Pa. C 

172561, Jan. 22, 1908. 

Mighty army; [words by] Dellie 

Sauls, ref. by A. J. R., [music by] A. 

J. Robertson. [6318 

A. J. Robertson, Tolar, Tex. C 

172196, Jan. 15, 1908. 



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281 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 190S 



Mighty (The) God of Daniel; 
[words bv] G. M. Bills, [music by] 
M. L. McPhail. [6319 

M. L. McPhail, Chicago, 111. C 
173148, Jan. 30, 1908: 2 c. Feb. 1, 
190S. 

Mignon : written and composed by J. F. 

Lambe and T. W. Thnrban. [6320 

Reeder & Walsh, London, England. 

C 174423, Feb. 14, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 12, 

1908. 

Mi-lady; words by Rose Henniker 

Heaton, music by D. E. Eycott- 

Martin. [6321 

Farlev Sinkins, London, England. 

C 173636, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Millions (Les) d'Aklequin; ballet en 
2 actes de Marius Petipa, musique 
de Richard Drigo. Bouquet de 
melodies, arr. de B. F. Keyll, piano 
a 2 mains. [6322 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig, 
Germany. C 173334, Feb. 3, 1908. 
Minnegluck ; [ged. Ton] Carl Janssen, 
fur eine singstimme mit pianoforte, 
Komponiert von Willy Merkel, op. 9. 
(Drei lieder no. 2). [6323 

Raabe & Plothow, Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 172764, Jan. 25, 1908. 
Mieella; gavotte antique [by] Harry 
Pabst. pf. [6324 

H. B. Stevens music co., New York. 
N. T. C 173284, Feb. 1, 1908. 
Miserere; for male voices [by] E. 
Spoth, edited by G. Burton. 8vo. 

[6325 
J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 173256, Jan. 31, 1908. 
Miss Hook of Holland ; two-step on 
melodies bv Paul A. Rubens, arr. bv 
H. M. Higgs. pf. [6326 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 173057, Jan. 30, 1908. 
Mr. Hicks of New York; two step, 
composed by J. Ord Hume. pf. 

[6327 
Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 172870, Jan. 27, 1908. 
Mit deinen blatjen atjgen ; fur eine 
singstimme mit klavierbegleitung, 
komponiert von Carl Beutel. Sechs 
lieder no. 6). [6328 

Jonassen-Eckermann & co., Berlin, 
Germany. C 171899, Jan. 11, 1908; 
2 c. Jan. 10, 1908. 
Mod aften ; [song by] L. Oscar Ander- 
son. [6329 
Anderson & Hilland, Minneapolis, 
Minn. C 172421, Jan. 17, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 20, 1908. 



MOLINETJX' GRADED ANTHEMS J third 

grade vol. 2. 8vo. [6330 

Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 172467, Jan. 20, 1908. 



vol. 3. 8vo. 



[6331 



Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. 
C 172466, Jan. 20, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1908. 

Molly; Irish song, words by Ed- 
ward Teschemacher, music by Her- 
mann Lohr, No. 2 in C. [6332 
Chappell & co.. ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 173569, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Mon bambino ; berceuse, poesie du Rev. 
Pere L. A. Nolin, musique de Philias 
Champagne. [6333 

Philias Champagne, Montreal, Can- 
ada. C 172712, Jan. 25, 1908. 

Monarch of all; an Easter service, 
by I. H. Meredith. 12mo. [6334 
Tullar-Meredith co., New York, 
N. Y. A 199046, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Mond am tage; [ged. v.] Conrad F. 
Meyer, [fiir] gesang u. klavier kom- 
poniert von Volkmar Andreae, op. 12. 
(Vier gesange no. 1). [6335 

Gebruder Hug & co., Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 173374, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Mondlicht (Moonlight) ; poem by 
Maria Blandini, English translation 
bv Harriet Betty Boas, [music by] 
Henry Hadley, op. 59 no. 1. [6336 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172694, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Monkey (The) said to the chim- 
panzee; humorous part song for 
male voices [by] Harvey B. Gaul. 
8vo. [6337 

Win. A. Pond & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 173446, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Monkey shines; by Harold Eastman. 

pf. [6338 

W. C. Parker, New York, N. Y. C 

170099, Dec. 19, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 30, 

1907. 

Monte Carlo ; words by Frank Dix, 
music by Guy Jones. [6339 

Price & Reynolds, London, Eng- 
land. C 174530, Feb. 17, 1908. 

Moonflower; words by William A. 
Bird, jr., and Hilmar R. Bankhage, 
music by Dewitt T. Bell. [6340 

Dewitt T. Bell & co., Buffalo, N. 
Y. C 172427. Jan. 6, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 
3, 1908. 



282 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 3 



Moonlight in the pines ; idyl [by] 
Heinricli Lichner, op. 41, piano com- 
position, edited by R. de Roode. 

[6341 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171922, Jan. 11, 1908. 

Moonlight shadows ; nocturne, [by] 
Alfred J. Yaters. pf. [6342 

A. J. Yaters, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
174622, Feb. 18, 1908. 

More than tongue can tell. [song]. 

[6343 
Daniel Sloan, Zion City, 111. C 
173099, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908. 

Moeet (Ernest) Lied; pour violon 
avec ace. de piano. [6344 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
173306, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Morgen (To-morrow) ; fur eine sing- 
stimme, mit begleitung des piano- 
forte, English version by John Bern- 
hoff, music by Richard Strauss, op. 
27. Ausgabe fur mittlere stimme, 
(Yier lieder no. 4). [6345 

Jos. Aibl verlag, Munich, Ger- 
many. C 171852, Jan. 11. 1908. 

Morning and evening; anthem, mixed 
voices, [words by] T. Gregory Smith, 
[music by] William H. Griggs, op. 
18. (Octavo edition no. 293). 

[6346 
White- Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 173040, Jan. 29, 1908. 

Morning glories ; idyllo, [by] Paul F. 
Johanning. pf. duet. [6347 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 173039, Jan. 29, 1908. 

Morning, noon and night ; or, Helen ; 
from Professor Napoleon, words by 
R. Wade Davis, music by J. Mahlon 
Duganne. [6348 

Davis bros., Altoona, Pa. C 
174201, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1908. 

Morning song; [by] Bernard John- 
son, organ music no. 127. (The or- 
gan loft, book XLII). obi. 8vo. 

[6349 
Yincent music co., ltd., London, 
England. C 172866, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Most (The) popular trombone solos: 
with piano ace. 4to. [6350 

Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, New 
York, N. Y. A 196938, Jan. 18, 1908. 



Moszkowski (Moritz) Walzer ; arr. 
by C. Gurlitt, for piano six hands, 
revised, fingered and phrased by 
Hans T. Seifert. [6351 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
173231, Jan 31, 1908. 

Mother love; English version by J. 
Herman Thuman, [music by] K. J. 
Dreyer, women's v. Svo. [6352 

W. H. Willis & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 174344, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Mother's gone; [words and music by] 
E. L. Barrett. [6353 

E. L. Barrett, Chevenne, Okla. C 
173941, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Motor galop; [by] Carl Kiefert. pf. 

[6354 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 173323, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Mountain fleece; [by] Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, op. 25. pf. [6355 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 172481, Jan. 20, 1908. 

I Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeusq An- 
dante cantabile; arr. by Karl Klein, 
for violin and piano. (Bagatelles 
no. 1.) [6356 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
171900, Jan. 11, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1908. 

Menuet, from Symphony in E flat 

major ; arr. by Theodore Herbert, for 
piano six hands, revised, fingered and 
phrased by Hans T. Seifert. [6357 



Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
173228, Jan. 31, 1908. 



C 



Mucki-muck ; intermezzo, text und 
musik von Max Werner-Kersten, op. 
182. Ausgabe fur piano mit text. 

[6358 
Werner-Kersten, Zoppot, Ger- 
many. C 173335, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Mulberry bush; mazurka arr. by 
Adolph Becht, for piano. [6359 

Brehn bros., Erie, Pa. C 172904, 
Jan. 27, 190S. 

Muscat (Herman) Schiiler-concert ; 
fiir violine mit clavier, op. 62. [6360 

Landy & co., London, England. C 
172128, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Mutzerl- walzer (My girl waltz) ; 
von Th. Wollitz [fiir piano). [6361 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig. Germany. 
C 172746, Jan. 25, 190S : 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1908. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



283 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



My affinity : lyrics by Harry B. 
Smith, music by Maurice Levi. 

[6362 
M. Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 172404, Jan. 18, 1908. 

My beau is -jealous of the man in 
the moon; [song] by J. W. Mc- 
Cance. [6363 

J. W. McCance, Glouster, Ohio. 
C 167414, Nov. IS, 1907 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1908. 

My beautiful home ; [words by] 

Johnson Oatman. jr. [music by] 

W. C. Tinsley. [6364 

W. C. Tinslev, Fayetteville, Ga. 

C 172158, Jan. 15, 190S. 

My bonnie blue eyed Bell ; words by 
A. M. Duncan, music by John Mar- 
tin. [6365 
A. M. Duncan, Cut Bank, Mont. 
C 158044, July 29, 1907 : 2 c. Dec. 16, 
1907. 

My boy Bill; words by Paul West, 

music by John W. Bratton. [6366 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 174444, Feb. 14, 1908, 2 c. 

Feb. 12, 1908. 

My Cherokee ; Indian love song, words 
by Oliver Morosco, music by Joseph 
Montrose. [6367 

O. Morosco & J. Montrose, Los An- 
geles, Cal. C 173296, Dec. 24, 1907. 

My chosen chief; Indian song from 
Professor Napoleon, book and lyrics 
by R. Wade Davis, music by J. Mah- 
lon Duganne. [6368 

Davis bros., Altoona, Pa. C 
174202. Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1908. 

My cute Maluma giel ; words and 
music by Leslie Stuart. [6369 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 173058, Jan. 30, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1908. 

My dear ; [by] Ernest R. Ball, arr. by 

T. P. and Geo. J. Trinkaus, mand. 

duo. [6370 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 172400, Jan. 18, 1908. 

My dearest love ; duet and finale I. no. 
8 [from] A Waltz dream, lyric by 
Joseph Herbert, music by Oscar 
Straus, arr. by A. Carroll Ely. [6371 
Jos. W. Stern & co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 172485. Jan. 20, 1908. 



My dearie dear; [from] The Boy and 
the girl, book by Richard Carle, 
music by H. L. Heartz. [6372 

White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 173620, Feb. 5, 1908; 
2 c. Feb. 6, 1908. 

My desire; two step, [by] T. Francis 
Crowley, pf. [6373 

W. B. Hasey, Somerville, Mass. 
C 173272, Feb. 1, 1908. 

My diabolo beau; from The Soul kiss, 

key of B flat [by] Kenneth S. Clark, 

vocal orch. 973. 8vo. [6374 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 174024, Feb. 8, 1908. 

My dream of home; words by H. A. 
Frentz, music by Chris. Praetorius. 

[6375 
H. A. Frentz, Hoboken, N. J. C 
172349, Jan. 17, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 8, 
1908. 

My gal Irene; song, by Benjamin 

Hapgood Burt. [6376 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York, N. Y. C 174364, Feb. 13, 

1908; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1908. 

My heart beats alone for you ; words 

and music by Thos. S. Allen, sop. 

or tenor. [6377 

T. S. Allen, Boston, Mass. C 

174372, Feb. 13, 1908. 

My heart, I said ; lyric by Cora Fab- 

bri, for high voice with piano ace, 

[music by] Carl Engel. [6378 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

172702, Jan. 24, 1908. 

My helper: [words by] Miriam E. 
Arnold, [music by] C. H. Gabriel. 

[6379 
Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174279, Feb. 12, 1908. 

My Hieland hame; written by Harry 
Edlin, composed bv Willie Closs. 

[6380 
Reeder & Walsh, London, England. 
C 173879, Feb. 10, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1908. 

My Hindoo queen : words by Billy 
Foster, music by Chas. Humfeld. 

[6381 
C. Humfeld & co., St. Louis, Mo. 
C 172821, Jan. 20, 1908. 

My lady love: waltzes, composed by 
Sydney P. Harris, pf. [6382 

S. P. Harris, Detroit, Mich. C 
172315, Jan. 17, 1908. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 3 



My little dog: two-step, arr. by 
Adolph Becht, for piano. [6383 

Brehm bros., Erie, Pa. C 172907, 
Jan. 27, 1908. 

My little sweetheart of long ago ; 
[song] by Fred W. Bacho. [6384 j 

F. W. Bacho, United States. C 
173392, Feb. 3, 1908. 

My little Yiddishes boy ; written and 
composed by Charles Collins, Her- i 
bert Rule, and George Jackley. 

[6385 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 174420, Feb. 14, 1908. 
My lord is able; [words by] W. C. ! 
Martin, [music by] E. E. Roberts. 

[6386 
A. J. Showalter co., Dalton, Ga. ! 
C 172222, Jan. 15, 1908. 

My love's grey eyes ; words and music 
by Daisy McGeoch, in F. [6387 | 

Leonard & co., London, England. ! 
C 174637, Feb. 18, 1908. 
My maid of dreams: words by Harlie | 
E. Sawyer, music bv Arthur I. Kel- 
logg. [6388 ! 

J. A. Radebaugh, Columbus, Ohio. 
C 172989, Jan. 27, 1908. 
My Nannie, O; words by Alan Cun- 
ningham, music by Ada Hamilton 
Hambro, no. 2 in A. [6389 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 172521, Jan. 21, 1908. 
My only hope is in the cross ; [words 
by] Jennie Wilson, [music by] J. E. 
Jackson. [6390 

J. E. Jackson, Tolar, Tex. C 
172187, Jan. 15, 1908. 
My only plea; [words by] John 
Crombie White, [music bv] C. H. ! 
Gabriel. [6391 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174233, Feb. 12, 1908. 
My pretty little Eastern Star; 
there's a never-never land, written 
and composed by Tom Mellor, Alf 
J. Lawrance, and Harry Gifford. 

[6392 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, 
England. C 173314, Feb. 3, 1908. 
My pretty, witty Kitty from Killar- 
ney; [song] by Harry L. Newton 
and Hampton Durand. [6393 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. C 
152676, May 24, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1908. 
My rancho maid; words and music 
by Mabel McKinley. [6394 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 
172624, Jan. 23, 1908. 



My Redeemer lives ; anthem, solos, 
duets, and choir, [words by] Samuel 
Medley, [music by] T. D. Williams. 
(Lorenz's octavo anthems, no. 693). 

[6395 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
173593, Feb. 5, 1908. 

My roses; words by H. D. Apperly, 
music by Hilda Wilson. [6396 

J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., London, 
England. C 173681. Feb. 7. 1908. 

My Savior's voice; [words & music 
by] C. H. Gabriel. [6397 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 
174307, Feb. 12, 1908. 

My Saviour knows and cares ; [words 

by] Birdie Bell [music by] C. C. 

Cochran. [6398 

A. J. Showalter co., Dalton, Ga. 

C 172225, Jan. 15, 1908. 

My sea bride; words by Georgette 
Agnew, music by Henry Coates. 

[6399 
Boosey & co., London, England. 
C 172381, Jan. 18, 1908. 

My Shepherd ; Psalm xxiii, [music by] 
Will L. Thompson. [6400 

W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 
Ohio. C 173174, Jan. 31, 1908. 

My shining star; words by F. L. 
Rochon, music by S. B. Renshaw. 

[6401 
S. B. Renshaw, Detroit, Mich. C 
172826, Jan. 27, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1908. 

My song [words by] Miriam E. Oat- 
man, [music by] W. A. Stewart. 

[6402 
W. A. Stewart, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 174014, Feb. 10, 1908. 

My sweet; words by Eugene Lee- 
Hamilton, music by Hubert Bath. 

[6403 
Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 173514, Feb. 4, 1908. 

My true love hath my heart; a 
ditty, written by Sir Philip Sidney, 
and set to music by George Henschel, 
low v. [6404 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 173156, Jan. 30, 1908. 

[music by] A. Madeley Rich- 
ardson. (Choruses for equal voices, 
no. 1119). 8vo. [6405 
John Curwen & sons, ltd., London, 
England. C 172068, Jan. 14, 1908: 
2 c. Jan. 27, 1908. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



285 



dos. 10-13, Mar., 190S 



My Vilja: waltz from The Merry 


Nell of the dell; [words by] Claude 


widow, by Franz Lehar, an*, by M. 


Lyttleton, [music by] Hartwell 


Greenwald [for piano]. (The Merry 


Jones. [6417 


widow dance folio). [6406 


Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 


Will Wood, New York, N. Y. C 


C 172948, Jan. 28, 1908. 



172614, Jan. 23, 190S. 

Mystic shrine; oriental intermezzo 
[by] Earl Cameron, Svo. orch. [6407 | 
Carl Fisher. New York, N. Y. C j 
174S29, Feb. 20, 190S. 



Nellie McKenzie for mine; medley 

waltz intro. Polly, [by] Fred'k T. 

Strachan. Svo. orch. [6418 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. 

C 172465, Jan. 20, 1908. 



Name (The) of Jesus; [words by] 
Rev. W. O. Cushing, [music by] 
Hubert P. Main. [6408 

H. P. Main, Newark, N. J. In 
renewal for 14 years from Apr. 3, 
1908. C 172046, Jan. 14, 1908. 

Nancy Bell; There's a light in the 
window, words by J. E. Dempsey, 
music by Johann C. Schmid. [6409 
H. A. Weymann & son inc., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. C 173048, Jan. 30, 
1908 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1908. 

Nancy, I love you; [song by] Fred 
Kohn. [6410 

F. Kohn, Utica, N. Y. C 151664, 
May 15, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1907. 

Nature's Easter; [words by] Effie 
Stevens, [music by] E. S. Lorenz. 

[6411 
Lorenz pub. co.. Dayton, Ohio. C 
173910, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Nature's resurrection ; an Easter 

service, by E. S. Lorenz and Ira B. 

Wilson. 12mo. [6412 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 

173929, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Naughty Cupid: [from] The Boy and 
the girl book by Richard Carle, mu- 
sic by H. L. Heartz [6413 
White-Smith music pub. co.. Bos- 
ton, Mass. C 173615, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Nearer to Thee; [words by] J. S. 
Kimbrough, [music by] C. C. Coch- 
ran. [6414 
A. J. Showalter co.. Dalton, Ga. 
C 172217, Jan. 15, 1908. 

[words by] Wm. C. Stokes, [mu- 
sic by] Will L. Thompson. [6415 
W. L. Thompson, East Liverpool, 
Ohio. C 173170, Jan. 31, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 30, 1908. 

'Neath the shade of the old oak 

tree; [song] by Miss Charles R. 

Foley. [6416 

C. R. Foley, United States. C 

173462, Feb. 3. 1908. 



I Nellie Rye ; words by Chas. E. Moody, 
music by Henry B. Webster. [6419 
C. E. Moody, New T buryport, Mass. 
C 172601, Jan. 23, 1908. 

Neptune's daughter; caprice, [by] 

Edwin S. Brill, arr. by Alfred Roth. 

Svo. orch. [6420 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 

C 172589, Jan. 22, 1908. 

j Neue (Der) dirigent; musikalisches. 
lustspiel in 3 akten, von Ludwig Hei- 
dingsfeld, text vom komponisten, 
dichtungen zu den geschlossenen ge- 
sangen von Karl Lentz und vom 
komponisten. 1, [klavierauszug mit 
text]. 2, [Streich-orchester, 5 
parts]. [6421, 6422 

Hermann Lau, Danzig, Germany. 
C 173337, 173338, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Neumann (Hans) berceuse; for vio- 
line and piano. [6423 

Cary & co., London, England. C 
172447, Jan. 20, 1908. 

Never again ; [words by] Johnson Oat- 
man, jr., [music by] Arel Bertrand. 

[6424 
R. H. Cornelius, Midlothian, Tex. 
C 173963, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Never take the horse-shoe from the 
door : song and chorus, words by Ed- 
ward Harrigan, music by Dave Bra- 
ham. [6425 
Mrs. Dave Braham, New York, N. 
Y. In renewal for 14 years from 
Feb. 14, 1908. C 171469, Jan. 3, 1908 ; 
2 c. Dec. 3, 1907. 

New and modern method, for the 
flute and piccolo ; by Fred Lax. 

[6426 
J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 195151, Dec. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1908. 

New (The) century; march and two- 
step, by Frederick S. Hall. pf. 

[6427 
Edward A. Bowen. Maiden, Mass. 
C 171941. Jan. 3, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1908. 



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Nicest girls in gay paree; (Eh voila 
les belles grisettes) ; from Die Lus- 
tige Wittwe (Merry widow), Ger- 
man and English lyrics by Victor 
Leon and Leo Stein, music by Franz 
Lehar, trans, by Geo. Boniface. (Vo- 
cal gems, vol. 1). [6428 
Academic music co., New York, N. 
Y. C 172301, Jan. 16, 1908. 

Night (The) is dark; sacred song, 

by Harriet Crane Bryant. [6429 

H. C. Bryant, Potsdam, N. Y. C 

118076, Apr. 4, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 

1908. 

Ninette chantait; caprice pour pi- 
ano, par Georges Picquet. [6430 
Paul Decourcelle, Nice, France. 
C. 172849, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Nixchen (Little elves) ; valse inter- 
mezzo von Josef Heller, piano solo. 

[6431 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany. 
C 173367, Feb. 3, 1908. 

NO OTHER FRIEND CAN BE LIKE JESUS ; 

[words by] Jennie Wilson, [music 
by] J. A. Merritt. [6432 

J. A. Merritt, Snyder, Tex. C 
173998, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Noble (T. Tertius) Communion serv- 
ice in F ; for chorus of mixed voices 
with tenor and soprano soli and or- 
gan ace. (G. Schirmer's coll. of oc- 
tavo church music no. 4985). [6433 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

172654, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Ten offertory sentences; for 

chorus of mixed voices and organ 

ace. (G. Schirmer's coll. of octavo 

church music no. 5037). [6434 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

172655, Jan. 24, 1908. 

Nobody told me of Jesus ; [words by] 

Mrs. Frank A. Breck, [music by] 

C. H. Gabriel. [6435 

Ch. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 111. C 

174244, Feb. 12, 1908. 

Noch einmal ; [ged. von] Karl Fessel, 
fur eine singstimme mit klavier- 
begleitung, von Fritz Fleck, op. 9. 
(Gasange no. 1). [6436 

C. A. Challier & co., Berlin, Ger- 
many. C 173331, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Nodland; song, words by Julian Flor- 
ian, music by Paul F. Johanning. 

[6437 
Wm. Maxwell music co., New York, 
N. Y. C 172091, Jan. 14, 1908. 



None but Jesus; [words by] Jennie 
Wilson, [music by] W. T. Turner. 

[6438 
W. T. Turner, Farmersville, Tex. 
C 174017, Feb. 10, 1908. 

Nonsense songs from Alice in Won- 
derland; a song-cycle for soprano, 
contralto, tenor and bass, lyrics by 
Lewis Carroll, music by Liza Leh- 
mann. 4to. [6439 

Chappell & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 171597, Jan. 6, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 7, 1908. 

Norms (Homer) Te Deum laudamus 
in E flat ; for unison chorus with or- 
gan ace. (G. Schirmer's coll. of 
octavo church music. [6440 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
172525, Jan. 21, 1908. 

Northern lights; [by] G. L. Hatch, 
no. 1. March-two step, 8vo. orch. ; 
no. 2, March, 8vo. band. [6441, 6442 

B. O. Marsh, Decorah, Iowa. C 
174072 and 174073, Feb. 11, 1908. 

Nouveau Noel ; paroles de Paul Fau- 
cher, musique de L. A. Droccos. 

[6443 
Paul Faucher, Paris, France. C 
173505, Feb. 4, 1908. 

Novelette in three chapters ; Chap- 
ter 1, Pleadings; chapter 2, Yearn- 
ings; chapter 3, Memories, [for 
piano by] Arthur Lieber. [6444 

Shattinger piano & music co., St. 
Louis, Mo. C 172237, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Now I've married a millionaire; 
written by John P. Harrington, com- 
posed by Jas. W. Tate. [6445 

Broadway music pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. C 173633, Jan. 28, 1908. 

Now is Christ risen; solo for high 
voice, [by] H. W. Porter. [6446 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
172889, Jan. 27, 1908. 

Now the day is over; hymn-anthem, 
[words by] S. Baring Gould, [music 
by] Edward Broome. (Octavo edi- 
tion no. 11735.) [6447 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171924, Jan. 11, 1908. 

Nuages dans l'eau (Thou-fou) ; 
poemes de Jade, no. 10, traduits du 
Chinois par Judith Gautier, musique 
de Gabriel Fabre. [6448 

Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
172844, Jan. 27, 1908. 



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Nun? (La) de Walpurgis; [par] Ch. 
M. Widor, partition d'orchestre. 

[6440 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. C 
173308, Feb. 3, 100S. 

Nurse (The) ; words by John C. Shea, 
music by John Martin. [6450 

J. C. Shea, United States. C 
173396, Feb. 3, 1908. 

Nydia; caprice, by Perley A. Wallace. 

pf. [6451 

Seaford music co., Portland, Me. 

C 172503, Jan. 21, 190S ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 

1908. 

O blessed home; [words by] Mrs. A. 
C. Price, [music by] A. C. Price. 

[6452 
A. C. Price, Clyde, Tex. C 172178, 
Jan. 15, 1908. 

O Canada ! a national hymn, melody 
by C. Lavallee, arr. for chorus by 
W. H. Neidlinger, French text by 
Judge Routhier, English text by 
W. H. Neidlinger. 8vo. [6453 

Whaley, Royce & co., ltd., Toronto, 
Canada. C 174667, Feb. 18, 1908. 

O, COME TO THE LOWLY JESUS ; [WOl'dS 

by] Johnson Oatman, jr., [music by] 
J. E. Jackson. [6454 

J. E. Jackson, Tolar, Tex. C 
172186, Jan. 15, 1908. 

O come to the Saviour ; [words by] 
F. W. Faber, [music by] R. Lowry. 

[6455 

Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainheld, 

N. J. In renewal for 14 years from 

Feb. 27, 1908. C 173160, Jan. 31, 

1908. 

O, det er saligt; [song by] L. Oscar 

Anderson. [6456 

Anderson & Hilland, Minneapolis, 

Minn. C 172416, Jan. 17, 1908; 2 c. 

Jan. 20, 1908. 

O'er waiting harp strings of the 
mind; devotional song, written by 
Mary Baker G. Eddy, composed by 
Frederic W. Root. Soprano or tenor 
in A flat. [6457 

Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago, 
111. C 172288, Jan. 16, 1908. 

O FOR THE PEARLY GATES OF HEAVEN; 

mixed voices, [words by] C. F. 
Alexander, [music by] R. S. Am- 
brose. (Sacred octavo series . . . 
no. 817). [6458 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 
C 173303, Feb. 3, 1908. 



O hehre nacht; Weihnachtslied von 
A. Adam ; leichte tonstucke . . . arr. 
von D. Krug, op. 196 no. 289 fur 
piano. [6459 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 172760, Jan. 25, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 
24, 1908. 

! O Holy Ghost, unto our minds; an- 
them for Whitsuntide ... by Har- 
vey B. Gaul, words from the ordina- 
tion service. (Octavo edition no. 
11665). [6460 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. 
C 171925, Jan. 11, 1908. 

O I LONG TO HEAR THEM SINGING; 

[words by] J. S. Kimbrough, [mu- 
sic by] Win. W. English. [6461 
A. J. Showalter co., Dalton, Ga. 
C 172221, Jan. 15, 1908. 

O Jesus speak to me ; [words by] Jen- 
nie Wilson, [music by] J. W. Dennis. 

[6462 
J. W. Dennis, Delhi, Okla. C 
1739S2, Feb. 10, 1908. 

O land above ; [words by] Mrs. A. B. 
Wade, [music by] A. O. Neely. 

[6463 
A. O. Neely, Tolar, Tex. C 
172179, Jan. 15, 1908. 

O love the lord ; mixed voices, [music 

by] Arthur Thayer. (Sacred octavo 

series ... no. SOS). [6464 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 

C 173432, Feb. 3, 190S. 

O LOVING HEART, TRUST ON ; [wOl'dS by] 

Henry C. W'atson, [music by] Louis 
Moreau Gottschalk, revised and ed- 
ited ed. in F high. [6465 
Century music pub. co., New York, 
N. T. C 172685, Jan. 24, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 25, 190S. 

O mistress mine ; [words by] Shakes- 
peare, [music by] A. Madeley Rich- 
ardson. (Choruses for equal voices, 
no. 1121). 8vo. [6466 

J. Cur wen & sons, ltd., London, 
England. C 172070, Jan. 14, 1908; 
2 c. Jan. 27, 1908. 

O native land ! song for bass